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 would just want to ask how to implement video streaming [two videos] wherein you need to play the first video and then the next one. What I want to happen is like youtube wherein it shows video ad first and then plays the second video[the real video]. These videos are from web and I need to play them in my VideoView. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Whenever I try to watch a video on youtube, All I see is the first frame of the advertisement and either the video doesnt play or after minutes the featured video will start to play. If I'm fortunate in the latter case, I will get to see more than 3 seconds of the video. Help to get youtube running decently?
Since updating to 4.4, I'm having an odd problem. When visiting sites in Chrome that have embedded YouTube videos (forums, blogs, etc), I can play the video but no sound comes through. I can open the YT app and play the video normally. I downloaded Dolphin Browser and videos play fine.
I tried switching over to ART and back to Dalvik. Made no difference either way.
So I'm sure it is well known that the nexus 7 doesn't have flash, however for embedded youtube videos that most likely use html 5 ( I know because I can play them on my ipad just fine) I cant seem to get the video working well on the nexus 7.
Hello, I have been using Fedora 18 for about 3 months now and I really like it. I have been trying to install openshot video editor and cannot figure it out. I have read all the instructions online and I can't figure it out. I have copy pasted the commands for the lxterminal etc but nothing seems to work. Does someone know how to install openshot or another video editor?