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The Flashblock add-on is incompatible with Firefox 34. Remove the add-on.


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For me the same issue, this question is asked many times, I found many solutions, none worked for me, until I swithed off the hardware accelleration in Crome. See http://www.solveyourtech.com/turn-hardware-acceleration-google-chrome/


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It's a command line tool, but ffmpeg can do slow motion. If you don't have ffmpeg installed you will probably have to compile it from source (as far as I know there is not a ppa), but it's not difficult to do and it is worth it because ffmpeg is an excellent tool. In terminal, you'd cd to the directory with your video that you want to slow down and use the ...


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I am having exactly the same problem with my Thinkpad which has Ubuntu 14.04 when using Google Chromium. I am however able to play Youtube videos in Firefox.


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I don't know of any help but the C source is just about readable for a novice. You want to look at the user_interface.c file. You're looking for anything that uses keyval. You can see when it's being matched against CLUTTER_... keys and the comments help work out what it does. For subtitles, V seems to be your key. See ~L413: case CLUTTER_v: case ...


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I've been having similar issues with VLC lately in 14.10. I use firefox with no plugin (all disabled) and mp4 plays fine as well. Switching to parole media player seems to work just great but not as many options as VLC (playback speed etc). One thing you can do for your intel chip is to first install vdpaudrivers ...


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To download youtube videos without software extensions is possible, seeing as we are using ubuntu and thus have perl preinstalled and the great wget at our disposal. There is a Perl script at Calomel's site that I use for this purpose, which extracts the path of the video file and passes this path as a parameter to wget. If you haven't got wget installed (I ...


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Laptops often overheat when their graphics cards are used near capacity. This is why gamers typically use cooling pads with them, and also why I recommend everyone use cooling pads all the time. I will now give you not one but two solutions. Buy a LARGE cooling pad wih one or two large diameter fans. they can actually cost less than units with smaller ...


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You seemed to have installed the Pepper Flash Plugin. To make it work for Firefox, enter the following commands - sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install freshplayerplugin If you don't have Google Chrome installed, you may have to run the following - sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo ...


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Video DownloadHelper works well with Firefox. I don't know about Chrome though.



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