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Choppy HTML5 HD video playing in Safari

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With the new update that brings Safari 10 to el Capitan, I can't watch videos in Flash Player anymore, so I have to stay in HTML5 in Youtube.

The problem is when I choose a HD quality, the video is choppy (didn't experienced it with flash, so is not my graphics card).

I wonder if there is a patch or something to make this work properly. I read something that is related to hw acceleration, but I don't really now.

Thanks in advance.

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