Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rebuffer.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rebuffer.

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Examples

  • Online video viewing might be on the rise, but four out of five people leave a video's Web page if it rebuffers, a new study from TubeMogul has found.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Tubemogul also measure how many times rebuffers occur across several popular CDNs.

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  • Tubemogul also measure how many times rebuffers occur across several popular CDNs.

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  • The Emeryville-based video distribution and analytics startup took a close look at 192 million video streams over the course of 14 days to figure out how much rebuffers matter.

    NewTeeVee

  • The Emeryville-based video distribution and analytics startup took a close look at 192 million video streams over the course of 14 days to figure out how much rebuffers matter.

    NewTeeVee

  • Online video viewing might be on the rise, but four out of five people leave a video's Web page if it rebuffers, a new study from TubeMogul has found.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • According to the online video analytics firm, 81.2 percent of Web video viewers choose to click away when they encounter slow load times, or the video "rebuffers."

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