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Users experiencing video playback issues with iTunes 9.2

A number of iTunes users are reporting difficulty playing back purchased TV episodes in iTunes following the installation of version 9.2. Similar to a problem that surfaced with iTunes Movie Rentals shortly after their introduction in January 2008, affected users are reporting that after downloading and attempting to play a TV episode using iTunes 9.2, iTunes repeatedly asks for authorization despite the fact that it is already authorized, and eventually plays the video, but only presents a gray screen with no sound. Interestingly, these same TV episodes appear to playback normally on other authorized Apple devices, suggesting the problem lies within the iTunes installation and not the file. Apple has yet to acknowledge the issue.

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Don’t know about video playback but 9.2 has crashed/frozen more times in the last couple of days than any previous versions have done in 2 years…

Along with iPOS4 which has resulted in an iPhone 3G that takes ages to open SMS or other apps…

Time to downgrade…

Posted by Bob Levens in UK on June 23, 2010 at 6:22 AM (PDT)

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