Some add-ons ask for permission to perform certain functions.
** Make sure the module is activated in the extension preference pane.
*If the video is detected but cannot be displayed: ** Make sure you have the right video codec installed** Open the video in a new tab as it may sometimes be hidden under other element when the video is embed in a given web site.** Try to download the video (see Download section)You can also report bugs on this extension github page !
* Numerous options in the preference pane : select preferred format / quality when available, disable modules.
* If a video is not detected when the page load, try to manually detect the video again with the Alt-w shortcut How does it works This extension is glue between Firefox and the video links, not an actual video engine.
Ultimately this addon will vanish when all web sites will finally switch to native players.
Supported sites/embed video player You Tube is NOT supported. (since it works fine with HTML5)Due to some minor variations of providing the video by a same media provider (different version of there player, use of the embed tag) a few videos may not be detected.
Troubleshooting*If no video is detected: ** Make sure the provider of the video you are trying to detect is supported.
(see Supported sites/embed video player or the list of modules in the extension preference pane).
Adobe this week released Flash Player version 126.96.36.199 to "address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system," including Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.
Mac users with Flash Player version 188.8.131.52 or earlier installed should immediately update to the latest version using the built-in update mechanism.
https://github.com/odrevet/video-without-flash-restartless Be sure to indicate the URL of the page with the video and the video provider when reporting a bug.