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Why don't I have the HTML5 player when I have firefox 47?

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It says that I should have the HTML5 player with firefox 47 when loading the video on amazon but I have 47 and still have to use silverlight to watch the video which means that it's incredibly blurry and pixelated.

It says that I should have the HTML5 player with firefox 47 when loading the video on amazon but I have 47 and still have to use silverlight to watch the video which means that it's incredibly blurry and pixelated.

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Depending on what it says on https://www.youtube.com/html5 it is possible you have the Windows 10 N version as you may need to install some additional media stuff. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3099229

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Hi flamegirl5432, Sorry you are having problems. HTML5 videos should play on Firefox. (Assuming they are not private protected types you need to pay for.)

Please try in Firefox's safe mode in case for instance some other extension is interfering. Also try with the Flash Player plugin set to never activates as it may well try to play using that otherwise.

I did not notice a Silverlight plugin listed in your details. Ypou may well not even need silverlight.

Try playing YouTube videos do they work ok as HTML5 ? Also try this YouTube page it will show what the browser is able to use:

Note it has a check box on that page for HTML5 and most of the types should be available to you (All or all except WbM)

Please post back with how you get on. Including what you see on the YouTube HTML5 page & whether their videos play ok. If you have problems with HTML5 video can you give a link to a couple of examples that are public and not needing a login.

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פתרון נבחר

Depending on what it says on https://www.youtube.com/html5 it is possible you have the Windows 10 N version as you may need to install some additional media stuff. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3099229