Release 1.6 - Video not seen
Hi all, my Vivaldi r1.6 (linux mint 17.3 matte GC:nvidia GT630) don't display YT video on this site but it's ok on my Firefox, why please? http://positivr.fr/
Vivaldi 1.6.689.46 (Stable channel) (64 bits)
Système d'exploitation Linux
Agent utilisateur Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.98 Safari/537.36 Vivaldi/1.6.689.46
Ligne de commande /usr/bin/vivaldi-stable --always-authorize-plugins --disable-translate --enable-blink-features=ResizeObserver --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end https://drive.google.com
Chemin d'accès exécutable /opt/vivaldi/vivaldi
Chemin d'accès au profil /home/patrinux/.config/vivaldi/Default
dLeon last edited by
Wrong place to post Vivaldi Browser questions. Here is Vivaldi Forum bugs report.
Anyway, go here;
Video playback problems, troubleshooting and solutions on Linux
@dLeon thanks for your help. Feel free to ping me or one of the moderators and we're happy to move topics like this to its relevant category. :slight_smile:
@gaelle Thanks you to move this tread at the good place.
I read the explanation with libffmpeg but with Linux Mint libffmpeg is compiled by the Mint compagny.
Why compiled libffmpeg originally myself on my OS? I can't understand.
dLeon last edited by dLeon
You don't need to compile
That thread point you to magnificent Gwen-Dragon and or ruario script to download Ubuntu
chromium-codec-extrapackage. That package contain
libffmpeg.sobuilt with the proprietary libs/flags.
And if you follow that thread you'll probably could understand why all of these necessary. :smile:
You're in Linux Mint, so this fit your bill perfectly, no?
"chromium-codec-extra" is not found in Synaptic!!!
Here is what I have, please:
sophos02 last edited by sophos02
I think there is a package chromium-codecs-ffmpeg for linux Mint. If you install that you should be ok.
You already have it i think. It is the second one from your screenshot chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra
Patrick1003 last edited by Patrick1003
@sophos02 Ok now it's resolved with a simple restart because the chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra lib was just updated by Ubuntu!
Excuse-me for the disturbance, I just had to restart my computer! Lol!
I love Vivaldi! COntinue to offer us a so nice navigator!