Video, audio and interactive settings
Change how Firefox handles videos, animations, music and other interactive content
- Watch DRM content on Firefox Firefox gives you the choice whether or not to allow DRM code to be installed on your browser.
- Install the Flash plugin to view videos, animations and games Many websites require the Adobe Flash Player plugin to display videos and games. Learn how to install the Flash plugin for Firefox.
- Set Adobe Flash to "click to play" on Firefox Protect your computer from attacks by setting Adobe Flash to run on demand instead of automatically.
- Use plugins to play audio, video, games and more Firefox uses plugins like Flash and Java to display some interactive content. Learn how to use and manage these plugins in Firefox.
- Flash Plugin - Keep it up to date and troubleshoot problems The Adobe Flash plugin lets you view video and animated content in Firefox. Learn how to install and update Flash and fix problems with it.
- Play Windows Media files in Firefox with the Windows Media plugin In order to play Windows Media audio and video in Firefox you will need to install a plugin. Learn how to get it installed and working.
- HTML5 audio and video in Firefox Firefox plays certain HTML5 audio and video content on web pages without a plugin. Learn about these media formats and how to manage them.
- Use the Silverlight plugin to play audio and video The Silverlight plugin is used by some websites to display multimedia. Learn whether it is installed and how to install the latest version.
- Use the QuickTime plugin to play audio and video Learn how to update and check that the QuickTime plugin is working. You will also find some troubleshooting suggestions if you are having problems.