What fixed the problem for me, was going to www.youtube.com/html5 and opt-out of the HTML5 video player which I opt’ed-in for a long way back, since I’m not a big Flash fan.
This solved it for me, although it means going to the Flash-based player, at least YouTube now plays smoothly in Safari again. When the next Safari update is out, 5.1.8 I assume, I’ll try to see if I can enable HTML5 again and hopefully it will work like it used to, before the 5.1.7 update.
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