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1 hour ago, kwisomialbert said:

youtube and facebook videos work by adding lav dll files to installation folder..

Interestingly, it doesn't work with avcodec-lav-58.dll -https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases- (which works fine in sp52). But the lav folder in the second post of this thread (avcodec-lav-57.dll) does the trick. Live videos in youtube work well with that for me.

Video quality is low, though. I imagine this could be solved with addons (will try youtube enhancer or any such) for youtube, but not quite so in FB. Will keep testing.

Thanks!

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3 hours ago, RamonUn said:

I think multi-process mode is amazing on my machine for Serpent but I have to stick to single process mode because of this bug, and I do use GitHub a lot.

What I do is to run two different profiles using https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-us/firefox/addon/profileswitcher/. The addon's interface is half broken: it won't show profile names, but it will make the profile manager pop up, then you can run a profile with no multiprocess along side one with it, when needed.

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3 hours ago, dmiranda said:

Interestingly, it doesn't work with avcodec-lav-58.dll -https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases- (which works fine in sp52). But the lav folder in the second post of this thread (avcodec-lav-57.dll) does the trick. Live videos in youtube work well with that for me.

Video quality is low, though. I imagine this could be solved with addons (will try youtube enhancer or any such) for youtube, but not quite so in FB. Will keep testing.

Thanks!

Does it work for you with Arcticfox?

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3 hours ago, dmiranda said:

Interestingly, it doesn't work with avcodec-lav-58.dll -https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases- (which works fine in sp52).

... Serpent 52.9.0 on WinXP doesn't rely on LAV dlls for h264/aac decoding (i.e. playback); it uses a modified ffvpx third-party library; just make sure media.ffvpx.enabled is in its default value of true (FWIW, under Vista SP2 and higher, St52 defaults to using WMF system - OS - codecs; it can be configured to use ffvpx there, too, by disabling media.wmf.enabled; do note that ffvpx doesn't use H/W h264 decoding (Win7+), if your gfx card supports it, that is...).
TL;DR: You should remove LAV dlls from within the Serpent 52 application directory!

3 hours ago, dmiranda said:

But the lav folder in the second post of this thread (avcodec-lav-57.dll) does the trick.
Live videos in youtube work well with that for me.

LAV dlls for NM27 (and related forks) were recently updated:

https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/lav-dll-lite-3.4.9.7z
https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/lav-dll-lite-ia32-3.4.9.7z
https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/lav-dll-lite-noasm-3.4.9.7z

Download the variant that is compatible with your CPU... ;)

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2 hours ago, VistaLover said:

TL;DR: You should remove LAV dlls from within the Serpent 52 application directory!

Is that so? I refuse!:w00t:

PS: Now seriously, really? 

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1 hour ago, dmiranda said:

PS: Now seriously, really?

... YES; remove the LAV dlls adjacent to basilisk.exe, exit browser, relaunch browser and test:

http://demo.nimius.net/video_test/

https://tekeye.uk/html/html5-video-test-page

http://camendesign.com/code/video_for_everybody/test.html

http://www.html5videoplayer.net/html5video/mp4-h-264-video-test/

https://ophi.org.uk/test-html5-video/

1 hour ago, dmiranda said:

gotta test with the links @VistaLover threw in

These DLLs have been updated by roytam1 on Sep 25th, 2021 ;) ; they are based on FFmpeg 3.4.9

1 hour ago, dmiranda said:

works with the lav files in the second post of this thread.

Those were based on FFmpeg 3.1.1

1 hour ago, kwisomialbert said:

idk :dubbio:

What does that even mean? What type of CPU are you on?

If it supports SSE2 instruction set, download the default package;
if it supports up-to SSE, download the ia32 variant;
for even older CPU, give the noasm variant a try...

The links are for the 32-bit architecture; the extracted DLLs must be placed adjacent to palemoon.exe (for NM27) / arcticfox.exe (for ArcticFox-Win); the browser has to be restarted to successfully load the DLLs...

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2 hours ago, VistaLover said:

... YES; remove the LAV dlls adjacent to basilisk.exe, exit browser, relaunch browser and test:

http://demo.nimius.net/video_test/

https://tekeye.uk/html/html5-video-test-page

http://camendesign.com/code/video_for_everybody/test.html

http://www.html5videoplayer.net/html5video/mp4-h-264-video-test/

https://ophi.org.uk/test-html5-video/

These DLLs have been updated by roytam1 on Sep 25th, 2021 ;) ; they are based on FFmpeg 3.4.9

Those were based on FFmpeg 3.1.1

What does that even mean? What type of CPU are you on?

If it supports SSE2 instruction set, download the default package;
if it supports up-to SSE, download the ia32 variant;
for even older CPU, give the noasm variant a try...

The links are for the 32-bit architecture; the extracted DLLs must be placed adjacent to palemoon.exe (for NM27) / arcticfox.exe (for ArcticFox-Win); the browser has to be restarted to successfully load the DLLs...

Thanks;  live videos work now for ArcticFox in desktop mode.. i was using mobile mode of youtube 

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16 hours ago, dmiranda said:

Interestingly, it doesn't work with avcodec-lav-58.dll -https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases- (which works fine in sp52). But the lav folder in the second post of this thread (avcodec-lav-57.dll) does the trick. Live videos in youtube work well with that for me.

Ha ha, @VistaLover, the damn thing kept working anyway, and lookin' good. No blame, the I'ching says :P

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Why are images on the site https://lurkmore.to not loaded in the Pale Moon 26.5.0 browser build for Windows 2000 SP4? When accessing the server https://lurkmore.so, the error "SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP" appears. The same error appears in the RetroZilla Browser, RetroZilla Suite and K-Meleon 1.5.4 for Windows 9x. There is no such problem with Wikipedia.

roytam1, are you going to fix problems with modern HTTPS encryption protocols in your browser builds for Windows 9x and Windows 2000 SP4? Specifically, are you going to add support for TLS 1.3 and the "TLS_ECHDE_ECDSA_AES_256_GCM_SHA384" cipher suite in RetroZilla Browser/RetroZilla Suite/K-Meleon 1.5.4 for Windows 9x and Pale Moon 26.5.0/K-Meleon 74 for Windows 2000 SP4? Thank you in advance.

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