At the moment this is not possible since the Browser Player is a application build on standard .net components (it is not Internet Explorer although the browser player share resources with IE). Someone (not me ) have to implement an external chrome player that could be used with OV to make this happen.Hello Ministerk,
I am watching Viaplay.se now (Champions league, ofc), using the new HTML 5 player from Viaplay, which only currently works in Chrome version 42 or newer.
It is a LOT better performance and quality than the old silver light player... If you haven't tried it, please do.
Anyway, do you think you could look into supporting this player in online videos?
Thanks in advance, and keep up the good work!
I think all the commercial streaming providers will go to HTML5 exclusive only when Windows 8.1+ is the standard OS (when Win7 is fazed out or not widely used) since this is the minimum requirement for the HTML5 DRM to be available in combination with IE(11+). Furthermore (I think) .NET4 applications that uses the web browser forms components never going to get these DRM features/components.Eventually IE or Spartan will support HTML 5.
I guess all the streaming content will use HTML 5 in the future, making it possible I guess.
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