Does your system have the relevant codecs installed (e.g. WebM)? On my system it works fine with OGV and WebM, but apparently I'm currently missing a relevant video codec (H.264, I presume) in such a way that Otter can use it and I get only audio. Here are the links I used to test:http://www.html5bydemo.com/#!VIDEO_OGVhttp://www.html5bydemo.com/#!VIDEO_WEBMhttp://www.html5bydemo.com/#!VIDEO_MP4Back about a decade ago, the CCCP was a pretty decent way to get all the codecs you needed for MPC (Media Player Classic), but I understand MPC has come with integrated codecs since about the time I stopped using Windows. In any case, it you install that (be sure to install codecs only) and it still doesn't work then there's a problem that should be investigated.
Thanks for the help. I went to those websites in Otter Browser and clicked the play buttons but nothing happened, however a tick was displaying in the heading. So I'm not sure if that means it worked or it didn't?
Quote from: BudCharles on 2015-10-25, 11:42:41Thanks for the help. I went to those websites in Otter Browser and clicked the play buttons but nothing happened, however a tick was displaying in the heading. So I'm not sure if that means it worked or it didn't?You mean after installing e.g. CCCP? VLC ships with its own codecs. In any case, no video means it didn't work. Just try it in Chrome or Firefox to see what it looks like.
Weekly #95 will contain some extra DLLs that should help with video and audio playback under Windows.
blink is co-developed by Google(the owner of Youtube), Opera and many others.
In theory it would be possible to replace them with ones taken from installation of Chrome, but it would be for sure inconvenient...
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