I recently saw a tweet from @sarahcmoore stating that one of her favorite apps, Chrome, uses a default video player so that everyone on the internet can watch video on the desktop without having to download a video player. I was intrigued, and I decided to take a look and see what I could find out.
We found a page in the Google Chrome Web Store that contained the following: “If you are using Chrome and you do not want the default video player, you can easily change it.
The default player that Chrome uses is the Microsoft Flash Player (which I am told is what all of the people complaining about Chrome’s video player are on). That’s fine, but what if you don’t have Flash? The chrome web store page says that you can install the player without Flash.
Well, you can probably install it without Flash, but how do you install a new player without Flash? Well, you have to install Adobe’s Flash Player on a different machine. The Chrome Web Store page for the default video player doesn’t have any instructions on how to do this, but we were able to install the player without Flash on our computers, which is a good thing.
There are a lot of choices here and the more you can actually see what your actual browsers are doing, the better. We ran the browser on Mac, Windows, Linux, and various browsers on our computers. Our Macs were the only ones that didn’t work. The Windows and Linux machines were both fine, but the Macs were slow and took longer to load the videos. It’s unfortunate, but the videos are still fine.
We’ve got a few suggestions for how to fix this, but the first one is to make the videos load faster.
You can go to the chrome web store and download the video player and run it in the chrome browser.
If you have to support all browsers on a Mac, you can get a chrome extension called “Video Player” that lets you download a video and run it. Just click on the video file in the chrome browser, and you’ll find a link to download a chrome extension called “Video Player.” It lets you download the player and run it in your browser.
Personally, I don’t use video players for video downloads. Rather, I save my entire videos to my computer and play them in a dedicated player (usually m4v). When it comes to watching videos on the net, I use VLC, but I do use VLC’s built-in video player for video downloads.
I have never had a problem with VLC. I’ve tried it out many times, and it has worked great. And when I play videos on my computer, I’m always willing to use a built-in player. Also, when I play videos on my computer, I dont need to run my computer, or the internet, to download the video. It is always automatically downloaded and linked to in VLC.