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You can play a YouTube video at twice its speed on Chrome because you're using an HTML5 <video> player. It's almost always automatic on Chrome because Chrome seems to support everything the player needs: HTMLVideoElement, H.264, WebM VP8, Media, Source Extensions, MSE & H.264, MSE & WebM VP9. FireFox, on the other hand, only supports ...
I just tried on a random video, and clicking the 'YouTube' icon (hover-over says 'Watch on YouTube') opens up a new tab with YouTube and the 'real' link in the address bar. [To the left of the YouTube icon, there was a little 'Watch later as (my youtube name)' button also, as the workaround mentioned.]
I'm quite surprised this question has no good answers yet, so I'll do my best to create one. The "Why?" (don't read this if you only care about the solution) With some changes to YouTube, Google got a bad reputation for changing things against the users in order to make more money directly or indirectly. This also includes the "What to watch" feature, ...
I use "Turn Off the Lights" browser extension (Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, Maxthon and Yandex browser). In the option page you can choose self the quality of the YouTube video to 144p or even 4K (ultra HD) You can get download on this both website: http://www.turnoffthelights.com http://www.stefanvd.net
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