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No video with supported format or MIME type found issue in Firefox 13.0.1, Windows 7-32 bits

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  • 最近回覆由 roughready

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So i wanted to see a Microsoft presentation video... and as they love to use HTML5 it's a HTML 5 video. I get the error^. I don't understand how to fix it in windows 7-32 bits.

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Hi,

It could be in another format other than standard webm format which Firefox supports. You can try to install the non standard support in Firefox.

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Hi,

It could be in another format other than standard webm format which Firefox supports. You can try to install the non standard support in Firefox.

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Yeah, thanks, it worked. It should have been implemented into Firefox from the start.

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You are welcome :)

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the non standard support add-on doesn't work with 13.0.1 .... anyone have other suggestions?

error message "no video with supported format and MIME type found"

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It worked for my config. It's the windows media player plugin. from here.http://www.interoperabilitybridges.com/html5-extension-for-wmp-plugin

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Thanks but it still didn't work. Does it matter that I'm on a mac?

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Of course it does. Ask for Mac support as i don't have a Mac to look it up. Cheers.

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ok, thanks for all of your help ...

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roughready

Is that for media the use QuickTime via Flip4Mac?

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all of this seems complicated ... I am using a plugin for a wordpress site to stream video and I get this error "no video with supported format and MIME type found." When I contacted my hosting provider they are telling me its a browser issue and they lead me here. so, I'm a bit lost on how to fix the problem.

If I check the page via chrome or safari the player just spins and says loading. If it's IE then it works.... ???

Again, thanks to all of you for your help.