Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Mozilla Support - English Mozilla Support - English Choose a product or ask the Community. About Contact Us Donate Contribute to Mozilla Privacy Cookies Legal Report Trademark Abuse Mozilla: Twitter (@mozilla) Facebook (Mozilla) Instagram (@mozillagram) Firefox: Twitter (@firefox) Facebook (Firefox) YouTube (firefoxchannel) SUMO: Twitter (@sumo_mozilla) Blog If you are having problems with embedded content in a webpage, you can reconfigure the QuickTime browser plugin: Open the QuickTime Player. QT Broadcaster 4. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/convert-quicktime-to-windows-media-player.html
If the entry is missing, proceed to the Installing the plugin section. Once it has downloaded, run it, and the plugin will install. Note: If you have another Internet browser installed, you may need to disable the default browser options for that browser. See this compatibility document and this article for details. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/play-windows-media-files-in-firefox
Mozilla Firefox If you have installed Mozilla Firefox and want it to be the default browser, follow the steps below. You can alter those settings. Beginning with Firefox version 52, support has ended for all NPAPI plugins except for Adobe Flash. QuickTime for Windows has been discontinued by Apple and has known critical security vulnerabilities.
Then, browse over to the file you just downloaded, and run it, which will initiate the installation for the QuickTime plugin. If the plugin is disabled, pages with embedded Windows Media such as the "Windows Media test" linked above will not work and, if you download a Windows Media file, Firefox may Then, a new window shall open up and the video shall start to play. Apple simply stopped updating its Windows application without properly informing its users.
First of all, you can put a check on the types of media files that the plugin can be configured to use. While Apple is battling the US government over the security of its iPhones, Apple can't even be bothered to inform users of QuickTime for Windows-and Safari for Windows before it-that they're So, got any jewels of info to send my way on this 3x subject...? If you are installing QuickTime 7.7.9 or above you should select the "Custom" install option instead of a "Typical" install, so that you can include the optional QuickTime Web Plug-in.
In the Internet Options window, click the Programs tab. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY Search QuickTime for Windows Is Dead, and You Should Uninstall It to Stay Secure QuickTime for Windows has dangerous security vulnerabilities that let attackers take over The QuickTime Preferences window appears. Click I'll be careful, I promise!I accept the risk!
How to associate a file with a program in Windows. weblink Troubleshooting If you find that the Firefox QuickTime plugin is not working, you need to first make sure that all the files are available. Options Article History Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark as New Mark as Read Bookmark Subscribe Email to a Friend Printer Friendly Page Report abuse Play Windows Media files in Firefox with Open the RealPlayer program.
The about:config "This might void your warranty!" warning page may appear. Download the QuickTime installer file to your computer. To play embedded audio and video content on web pages, you would need to download the VLC Web Browser plugin package (available from the Download VLC drop-down menu).
See this compatibility document and this article for details. If the player loads and plays, then the plugin is installed correctly: Windows Media test Enabling or disabling the plugin You can disable or enable the Windows Media Player plugin in Enable or disable Internet Explorer QuickTime plugin - If you wish to enable or disable the QuickTime Plugin for Internet Explorer, there's a very simple way to do so. Wait until the download is completed, after which a new dialog box will open up with two buttons; Run and Don't Run.
JOIN THE DISCUSSION (19 REPLIES) Got Feedback? Tips: Configure the QuickTime Plugin for Google Chrome You can configure the QuickTime Plugin for your Google Chrome browser to a certain extent only. In the list of plugins, select the Windows Media Player plugin. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.html Enabling or disabling the browser plugin You can disable or enable the browser plugin in the Firefox Add-ons Manager when QuickTime is installed.
Testing the plugin The following link opens a test page that requires the Windows Media Player plugin. Annoyingly, Apple only announced this in a statement to Trend Micro. Install VLC and ensure you select the "ActiveX plugin" (for Internet Explorer) and/or "Mozilla plugin" (for Mozilla Firefox) options at install time. You may need to flush the DNS cache  ("Start -> Run -> ipconfig /flushdns") for the hosts file change to take effect.
This won't always work, as the VLC plug-in isn't perfect. With your Mozilla application still open, click the speaker icon in the Windows task bar, click "Mixer" and make sure the sound isn't muted and that the volume slider isn't at