The docs describe this setting as follows: VideoPlayer.canSetSkipOnDrop public bool canSetSkipOnDrop; Description Determines whether the VideoPlayer skips frames to catch up with current time. (Read Only) Set to true to enable the VideoPlayer to skip frames to catch up with the current play time if it is currently behind for some reason. Set to false to ensure all frames are played without skipping. This is a read-only attribute, so the second paragraph of the description is meaningless. If this attribute cannot be set manually, what is determining its value? Additionally, I can set VideoPlayer.skipOnDrop as desired - but the description seems to imply that doing so would have no effect if canSetSkipOnDrop is set to false - and testing to see if this attribute has any effect is problematic. Anyone have any idea what drives the canSetSkipOnDrop value? Is it "False" for everyone?