Discussion in 'OnlineVideos' started by weekendowel, March 23, 2014.
Noticed this problem as well.
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Same problem here. But if i open the video with windows media player instead of mediaportal, it can be played without a problem.
To do so, select the youtube video in OnlineVideos, press F9, then 1(Play with) and then 2(Windows Mediaplayer) and select your resolution. I think it is a workaround for the moment.
Nice, seems to work Don't suppose it is possible to default youtube site to play with WMP?
While this seems to work, its not really a solution. And for me its not working with MP4 (probably a codec setting on my end).
Last Night 15/18 Videos did not work because of this error.
Yeah it's happening way more frequently for me too. If you read the main OV thread there is some discussion on where the solution is coming from - just no mention of when
Thumbs up! Nice find!
Agreed, nice find, but yes, also does not solve all of the problem since WM has it's own problems at times with some videos as well as not being able to batch play.
Panic over, Georgius has pushed out an update to the filter for HTTPS already. Very nice of him of course.
Where? I don't see it as an update in the extension manager.
https://www.team-mediaportal.com/extensions/movies-videos/mediaportal-url-source-splitter I would assume.
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