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Did The Videos Stream Well? or Did You Have Issues?


We've had mixed reports about the video service taking too long to load or
not working at all.

People in California say that its working fine, but then people in Pennsylvania
say that the load time is too long.

We need your feedback! Leave a comment!



  • Peter Shavel says:

    Kindle's Store at Amazon.com looks pretty good in both videos. About 2.5 Mbps of bandwidth was available throughout there when I saw these videos at my home in Minsk (Belarus). I have 8 Mbps ADSL connection to Internet from my local ISP.

    But these videos are essentially differ. I define the first video as prepared more professionally than the second video where both audio and video frames were too much accelerated, I think.

  • Videos were both fine…loaded and played well.

    Santos did a great job on both of them…it was worth watching BOTH

  • Jim says:

    First video played for a while then died. Second video would not play, even after several tries.

    I attempted at 9:30am BST (GMT+1) usually quieter this time of day, so does not bode well for us folks in UK/EU


  • Pat says:

    California here – videos loaded just fine

  • Kim says:

    No success with loading at all – getting a 404 on both links even when trying a copy and paste. Will try again in a few hours…..greetings from rural NSW, Australia!

  • javier says:

    I liked the second video better it emphasized free advertising, 1.5M visitors, and receiving the kindle report.

  • Ricardo says:

    The videos worked fine once I gave them time enough to load. Aside from streaming well, perhaps it would have been more eye-friendly if the videos were of a smaller size that fits the screen.

    Now what difference did I see?

    In the first video, Santos seemed unsure. He seemed to be groping concerning his presentation. Although he was mentioning benefits, there was a lack of conviction in his voice (it seems to me).

    While this may not be obvious in a simple email message, it's disadvantageous to a video or audio presentation.

    In the second video, Santos' presentation was much better.

    – He was sure what he wanted to say.

    – His enthusiasm and conviction carried through, making the prospect want to grab the benefits being presented.

    – He emphasized more on what the Kindle report would do for the buyer instead of the features of Kindle

    – He was sharp, concise and to the point

    – Overall, it was more professional than the first one, giving the impression that not only was the product (report) good, but that he was someone who knows what he's talking about and can be trusted to buy from.

  • Ken English says:

    Santos is much more enthusiastic in the second one. By the time you make him do number 50, he'll sound like Tony Robbins.

  • Kirk says:

    The streaming was good and both videos played fine.

  • Stephanie says:

    I'm in Illinois and I had no problems with the video. I have cable broadband, 2MB RAM, and watched in FireFox Good luck!

  • David Huff says:

    Both videos streamed well with no problems. I have Comcast broadband cable in Maryland (near Washington DC). Neither of the videos fit in the browser on my 1024×768 laptop screen. Make it smaller, please!

  • Loaded and played fine here in NE Ohio

  • Jay Tassen says:

    The first video:

    Audio low and Santos seemed a little unsure

    of what to say seemed like he held back a little. The video loaded fast on my system played fine. The video was 5 minutes long

    The second video:

    Audio much better and louder Santos was confident in what to say. A much better sales approach. The was 3:34 mins. It also loaded fine.

  • The streaming had a few dropouts and I would prefer a smaller size video with a better upload, so i can watch it totally free from dropouts.

    I have a 512kb connection

  • Hi Santos

    We are from the UK and both videos loaded fast and played right the way through without any buffering.

    Ted & Sandra

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  • Ayn Elise says:

    I have the mid-level broadband subscription and all was well with the videos streaming on my end.

  • Stewart says:

    I'm in Arkansas and both videos loaded and played fine

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