You can experience one of these issues while using Adobe Flash Player:
- Video does not display
- A black or white box replaces the video
- Colors are splotchy
- There’s a green line splitting the player in two
- The seek/navigation bar is missing or displaying incorrectly
- The video stops playing when you change the resolution (especially in full screen mode)
Flash Player 10 and later can use your system’s graphics hardware to accelerate video decoding. Flash Player 10.2 and later can also accelerate video presentation on some sites, accelerating all aspects of video playback. If you are experiencing video playback issues in Flash Player, it is possible that your video adapter driver software has incompatibility issues. Follow the steps in this article to troubleshoot these issues and help provide Adobe with information that can be used to improve Flash Player.