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Video Player issue with HTML5!?

Discussion in 'Android Media' started by MyYz400, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. MyYz400

    MyYz400 New Member
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    Hello all, I got a quick question....

    I've been long awaiting w/ my moto droid for 2.2 release, and today I have been granted with the update! (nearly s**t my pants when I saw the request for update!)

    I would like to watch House episodes via the Fox.com website (sparing bandwidth concerns) however I'm getting this error...
    -"This player is not enabled for HTML5 delivery."

    Is there anything I can do? Im not sure the delivery format that is required, but was hoping someone can help me solve this problem. Thanks!

    -MyYz400
     

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  2. daddyd302

    daddyd302 Well-Known Member
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    It works fine on my evo. Did you download flash player yet?
     
  3. MyYz400

    MyYz400 New Member
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    Well after I did this post, I then realized I needed to download a flash player. (10.2 i think?) Well i tried watching some videos, movies were OK (same quality w/ skyfire), but Fox.com and some others are down right horrible! Thats the main reason I've been waiting for 2.2! If there really isnt a way to fix the video's jumpiness, then all the troubles I have w/ 2.2 isnt worth it. I should have stuck with 2.1. Other than watching videos in my main browser (verse using skyfire) I have not see a single positive for me yet to 2.2. Just more fluff and more lag.

    Maybe the bulk of my troubles are due to ignorance. If so, please enlighten me on my lack of thrill with 2.2. I was concidering rooting and overclocking, but would that really increase video speed?

    If anyone is willing, could someone do a small review on droid video quality stock CPU speed (550Mhz) vs overclocked (1Ghz+)? I think Im not the only one who would find any video quality differences vs CPU speed review VERY handy
     

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