Starting this morning anytime I play a video on YouTube the first few seconds of audio are sped up like its trying to catch up to the video or something. This is only happening on YouTube. I’ve tried power cycling, uninstall-restart-reinstall, and the problem persists. Anyone else encountered this or have any idea how to fix it?
I have a stick, been having this issue with brief rapid audio for the last week or two (late June). Nothing has worked for me either.
HOWEVER - I've also experienced just as many brief loops in the video, where a couple seconds of video will loop once then continue on. At first I thought they were editing errors but it's been just as consistent as the other issue.
Yes! I am a songwriter and was test listening to my new song before releasing it and was convinced that the audio file that my distributor sent to YouTube was corrupt... UNTIL I listened on my phone, my Fire TV, and every other device I could find. Only my Roku TV has the sped up audio issue.
Im haveing the same issue on a roku tv. System is up to date. Tried uninstalling, turning off/unplugging and reinstalling youtube and it still does it in tge beginning of every video. Ruku has been great im hoping for a fix soon
Happens to me on nearly every youtube video. If there's a pre-roll ad, it often happens in the ad instead of the video itself. This is happening on both current gen Roku sticks and the previous gen Roku stick that I have on another TV.
Pretty clear to me that this is a problem with Youtube, not with the Rokus themselves, which gives me zero confidence it'll get fixed anytime soon since Youtube clearly does not care.
Same issue on my 2019 Hisense Roku TV. It also happens if I skip to a different point in the video, although it doesn't happen if I pause and play again. Might have to switch back to the Firestick for the time being as I use YouTube a lot.
Yes! I have 3 TCL Roku TVs and they all play the sound fast at the beginning of every YouTube video! Super annoying. I have three Fire Sticks 4k and the YouTube app does not do this. Only on the Roku YouTube App. I have changed all the sound settings and am using a soundbar and AV Receiver. Can't find a fix. I am updated to latest OS version.