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Exashare videoplayer freezes (video freezes after some minutes, audio ok) with version 37.0.1, no problem with version 36.0.4.
Video 1 and Video 2 if you want testing with same urls that shows me the problem for now.
post #6842 of 7359

Installed an addon called

 

HTML5 Video Everywhere!

 

 

 

DO IT!

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Exashare videoplayer freezes (video freezes after some minutes, audio ok) with version 37.0.1, no problem with version 36.0.4.
Video 1 and Video 2 if you want testing with same urls that shows me the problem for now.

 

Found the issue, you need to disable Adblock for it to work.

 

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Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post
 

Installed an addon called

 

HTML5 Video Everywhere!

 

 

 

DO IT!

 

Good add-on!

    
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Things seem pretty good by me...well done Alex, thanks!
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I'm at 36.0.4 and was notified that there's a new build and so I updated. During the update, my Internet connection went haywire and I had to cancel the download of the upgrade. After I fix my Internet connection, I went to Help -> About and noticed that it does not detect the new update again. Why so?
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Found the issue, you need to disable Adblock for it to work.

 

 

Good add-on!

I've had it with flashplayer crashes. Gone for good. YAY!

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Things seem pretty good by me...well done Alex, thanks!

 

Excellent, you're welcome :)

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I'm at 36.0.4 and was notified that there's a new build and so I updated. During the update, my Internet connection went haywire and I had to cancel the download of the upgrade. After I fix my Internet connection, I went to Help -> About and noticed that it does not detect the new update again. Why so?

 

It probably thinks you don't want the update.  There's a setting in about:config, can't remember what it's called but if you search for 36.0.4 there should be a bold entry called something like dontupdate.36.0.4 etc. Or force the update via making a setting called app.update.url.override with the value of app.update.url.

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Found the issue, you need to disable Adblock for it to work.

 

 

Good add-on!

I've had it with flashplayer crashes. Gone for good. YAY!

 

Yes that is convenient!

    
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Does anyone else get choppy video playback using any browser Firefox based? Any form of video, be it Youtube, twitch, Hulu, all have somewhat choppy video playback. Chrome is nice and smooth. It doesn't matter if I choose HTML5 or Flash.
post #6849 of 7359
In the past I always had to turn off hardware acceleration to get smooth video, especially on youtube. In recent builds it stay off and I don't have that issue any longer.

I read the above post and thought I needed to be clearer when I said turn off hardware acceleration. It would be off in Waterfox, but if I right click a Flash video, go to settings, and I had to turn off or uncheck the hardware acceleration option. It still holds true that in recent builds it is always off when I check by the right click->Settings process.
Edited by seti - 4/22/15 at 8:08pm
post #6850 of 7359
The latest version isn't as bad as it used to be, but it's still a little off. For the most part it's not a big deal, but it's noticable on 60fps videos played in full screen.
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