Having problems? The HTML5 audio/video tags are still a bit buggy.
Try changing browsers; I keep Chrome, Firefox and IE handy, one of them should work.
Or hit the refresh button (F5), that works, especially in IE and Firefox.
When playing videos allow a few seconds for a "pre-buff", that seems to help.
Over the years I've accumulated a number of videos, from flight simulators to racing simulators to trailers for my now defunct YouTube channel (Hacked by the Russians, deleted the lot then HTML5 happened). So all these videos, what to do? Slice'em, dice'em, reformat and load'em here, for our (your and my) enjoyment.
Some years ago I had a YouTube channel where I placed all my little creations, but that came to a rather sudden end when the Russians hacked my channel and I deleted not only the Russians stuff but mine, including the Google page I never even knew I had. But then HTML5 came out, empowering web site designers to stream audio/video straight from our sites, thereby eliminating the need for YouTube. Yeah, it's still a little buggy but what the hell, it sort of works most of the time.
"Need For Speed: Shift" was an eleven dollar download from Amazon several years ago and I'm still playing it. It's just as much fun now as it was then, there are no plot lines, it's just me, the track, the awsome cars (where else can I race a Pagini Zonda in the Nurburgring?) and the very rude and inconsiderate AI drivers who keep running me off the track. Awesome!
I can't remember exactly why I have two YouTube trailers but the reason I'm showing them first is to give anyone who accidentally stumbles across the site a little preview of what, in time, will be here. Not going to do all these at once, a couple tonight, maybe one or two a week until the ones I want here are here, and that's only if I don't make more before then.
It was close but my faithful McClaren edged the leader out at the end. Paint job took a beating but that's why we have painters. Painters need work, too.