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How do I fix MEDIA_ERR_SRC_NOT_SUPPORTED? For wco.tv

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Okay so this is sadly an issue I think was intentionally caused by the website itself. The reason being they pulled crap where you had to sign up for premium to watch their videos about 6 months ago. Then after that and before this issue you were able to watch their videos as long as you turned off your ad block which I complied with.

Anyways I feel that's neither here nor there. The point is I can get each video to work with a work around, by right clicking the video after hitting play I click view video and I get redirected to I assume the source video. It works there no problem but every time I just try to click play itself it seems to be broken giving me the error code above. I was wondering if there was an actual conflict with firefox and the website or if it was just a cheap way to try and get people to subscribe to their payment plan implemented by the website itself.

Firefox version up to date 82.0.2

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Found the solution, figures it was something so simple I wouldn't notice it. Duck duck go is blocking some streaming services as well. So even though I had ABP turned off Duck duck go's also a culprit.

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You can check the Web Console to see if there is more detail available.

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Given that I pulled this which seems to be the only relevant info. "Uncaught (in promise) DOMException: The media resource indicated by the src attribute or assigned media provider object was not suitable." There are a bunch of other yellow errors in this box but there are too many to quote and I can't really say how relevant they are.

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Found the solution, figures it was something so simple I wouldn't notice it. Duck duck go is blocking some streaming services as well. So even though I had ABP turned off Duck duck go's also a culprit.

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