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post Jun 4 2016, 01:57 PM
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Hi,

Just a quick question. Is it possible to watch the lessons without using flash, e.g using html5 video tag? Does GMC support this and if so how can I use it using firefox.

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post Jun 4 2016, 07:27 PM
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Hi,

Just a quick question. Is it possible to watch the lessons without using flash, e.g using html5 video tag? Does GMC support this and if so how can I use it using firefox.

Thanks and cheers
Peter


Hi Peter,

We used to have a way of doing this for troubleshooting purposes (the solution is still in beta) however it seems it has now stopped working, probably since we switched to https. I have checked with our developer and will let you know if there is a solution for this.

On a sidenote improving mobile support is out top priority, but it requires quite some rebuilding, hence the delay.


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post Jun 13 2016, 07:43 PM
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QUOTE (SoundShapingDotCom @ Jun 4 2016, 02:57 PM) *
Hi,

Just a quick question. Is it possible to watch the lessons without using flash, e.g using html5 video tag? Does GMC support this and if so how can I use it using firefox.

Thanks and cheers
Peter


We have temporarily enabled the html5 player for firefox. I'd be interested in hearing your opinion about this player!


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post Jun 14 2016, 08:27 AM
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Update: You need to add this query string to test the html5 player on firefox (desktop): ?use_html5player

So as an example - if you want to try it, open this URL with firefox:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/30-Mis...use_html5player
(NB The player will not work for other browsers)


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post Jun 14 2016, 06:51 PM
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I wish there was some kind of calibration between. at the moment there is a contrast difference between flash and html5. For video editors it's a huge disadvantage. We simply have to struggle with on which one we would like our vide to have proper contrast...


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post Jun 14 2016, 08:09 PM
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I wish there was some kind of calibration between. at the moment there is a contrast difference between flash and html5. For video editors it's a huge disadvantage. We simply have to struggle with on which one we would like our vide to have proper contrast...


You're describing a general flash vs html5 problem if I got you right? Or is this specific to the GMC html5 player?


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