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It is a clean install of Ubuntu and chrome. Videos play normal on other video sites like DailyMotion. And videos play well on YouTube if I use Firefox.

Chrome version 26.0.1410.43 Ubuntu 12.10 x64

I installed Oracle Java 7 and ubuntu-restricted-extras which, I think, includes latest version of Flash Player.

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Curiously, the ads videos play well with no grain and when the normal videos start to play, the grains come back. – user142289 Apr 6 '13 at 20:55

I don't use google chrome very much, but i have noticed this problem as well on ubuntu 12.04, by googling the problem it seems like disabling PepperFlash plugin is the solution, in order to do this type about:plugins in the adress bar, click on details, search for PepperFlash and disable it. you may need to restart chrome.

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