A few weeks ago youtube started showing half of their videos in html5 player for me. Is there a way to force it back to using flash player only (in Chrome)? (I'm opted out of html5 trial at ...
When I watch this youtube video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqnB2Ew0SFM&feature=BFa&list=WL2AA75EB885F2A4B4 it's in flash. But when I click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD3ywXEydyk ...
Since upgrading my kids' browser to Firefox 4, YouTube seems to have switched them over to HTML5 video, which the computer apparently can't handle because it stutters horribly, causing Child Rage ...
I remember somewhat recently that YouTube was using the H.264 codec for their videos in HTML5 format. This is a proprietary format, and Firefox is open source, so they only support Theora and Ogg ...
Google has a beta of YouTube that uses HTML5's video tag, but what gains do I get from using this, other than not having to install Flash just for YouTube?
How can I adjust brightness and speed while watching a video on YouTube? If there isn't a way to do this with YouTube's flash player, can I do this with HTML5 video (through their beta)?
Can YouTube videos be viewed without using the Adobe Flash Player plugin? If so, what other specific software is necessary?