The other day I was having some videos that should have come up in Windows Media Player start coming up in QuickTime. I changed some settings, and they ended up working. HOWEVER, now I find that some sites that have embedded video don't show the video - there is a blank space where the video would usually be (and where the video IS when I open the site in Chrome). I'm afraid that I screwed something up and have tried re-setting things back to QuickTime, but nothing I've tried has fixed this. An example of a site where this is happening is here: http://www.entrepreneuressacademy.com/ I'd left that open in a tab "to watch later", but when I got around to it (I hadn't realized that it was just a 30-second clip), the video wasn't there in FireFox. I've tried re-setting options, closing and re-starting FireFox, etc., but this (and other) embedded videos are suddenly just not there (again, in FireFox, they're fine in Chrome, etc.). Also - embedded YouTube videos seem to work just fine ... it's other sorts of embedded videos (which USED to show up in FireFox) are now just blank spaces.
Thanks! The videos are back ... although I'm going to miss being able to record with RealPlayer! I hope that FireFox/Adobe/Real are going to work out the comparability issues, though ... how would I know that had happened?