I can see the still picture of thumbnail of the video but does not play on the Fedora 12, LXDE version.
Do I need to install a plugin?, detailed instructions for this newbie will be appreciated.
on 04/04/2010 – Made popular on 04/04/2010
First of all, log in to YouTube with Google chrome, and then install the ad block plugin so that you won't get these ads anymore. In regards to downloading the video, I use a browser that's called torch, which is exactly like chrome. The plugin I was talking about also works on torch, so feel free to try it.
Ok, I go to watch a YouTube video, and it says that I need the Shockwave Flash plugin. No sweat. I go to Adobe and download the YUM version. Everything is up to date. I go to watch my YouTube video, it says I still don't have my plugin, which I go to reinstall, thinking that maybe it didn't install. But it's installed.
I'm writing an android app to play a youtube video. I want to play the video and, at the same time, to display the location info(latitude, longitude) in a map where the video was taken. I managed to play a video by using Youtube Player Android APIs, but cannot retrieve location info of the video.
Is there any way to get detailed info (including location) of a youtube video?
I have an Acer V7 running Ubuntu 14.04. Playing videos in VLC & Totem I get perfect audio but the video quality is poor. It seems to have very low frame rate and there is lots of tearing. Using Chrome with the VLC plugin the same videos play just fine but I would prefer to have VLC working properly on the desktop too.
The issue started when I updated google chrome to the latest version; I'm not positive, but I think I went from version 31 to 38. When I go to youtube and click to play a video, the screen goes black on both my displays (laptop screen and output to LCD TV). I haven't been patient enough to see if it comes back, I've just powered down at that point.