Did you ever encounter video buffering when you watch movies or tv shows on Kodi? In fact, this is a very common issue.
There could be many root causes to this problem.
1. Your internet connection is slow.
You need a minimum of 8MB/s connection to have stable 720p and 1080p streaming, and 10MB/s for live TV streaming.
2. Network slow down from Internet service providers.
There is nothing we can do about it until your ISP fix the problem.
3. Video streaming source is slow.
Change video source or subscribe Real Debrid for quality and stable streaming.
4. Your ISP is throttling customers that stream videos.
This could happen to some ISPs in some countries.
5. You have not optimize video cache in Kodi.
This is what this article about. I will show you a very simple way to change default video cache settings in Kodi, then you will be able to enjoy your movies and tv shows without interruptions!
I was using Easy Advanced Settings to change Kodi 16.x video cache settings. It involved many steps including calculating cache size to set. However, this add-on no longer supported and could not be used for Kodi 17.x.
Here, we going to use an even better and simpler way to set video cache.