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Audience (Videos) elementary OS comes with its own video player preinstalled. It's called Audience, but it's commonly referred to as Videos in the elementary community. It offers a minimalistic user interface, it works with a large variety of video codecs' and it manages subtitles just fine.


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There is a PPA for libde265 GStreamer integration. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:strukturag/libde265 sudo apt-get update New install the plugin: sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-libde265 gstreamer1.0-libde265 After installation of the plugin, all players using the GStreamer framework (this includes the default player “Videos”) will be able to playback ...


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VLC VLC is probably the most popular open source video player. It can handle a stunning amount of files (it's not limited to just videos), it can be run on a large variety of platforms (Linux, Windows, OS X, Unix...) and it's highly customizable. You can install it by typing sudo apt-get install vlc inside of your terminal or by searching for it using ...


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Since Ubuntu 15.10, libdvdcss (the package required for CSS decryption) is installed as part of the libdvd-pkg package, with no additional steps required. sudo apt install libdvd-pkg The default Videos app in elementary OS is quite buggy, and while the Play Disc option appears after installing CSS support, playback fails. A workaround is simply to install ...


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Just double click inside the video frame.


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To fix Firefox tearing, try opening about:config, setting gfx.xrender.enabled to true, then restart Firefox.


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SMPlayer: SMPlayer is a free media player for Linux with built-in codecs that can play virtually all video and audio formats. It doesn't need any external codecs. Just install SMPlayer and you'll be able to play all formats without the hassle to find and install codec packs.SMPlayer is a free media player. Installation: Install from software center (...


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File a bug report at the relevant Github repo elementary/videos. Alternatively there is an issue already open Audience doesn't show subtitles here. Try renaming the subtitles to match the video file exactly.


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Midori is very about of date and old.The only solution is to install Chrome or Firefox or wait for elementary OS Loki (which should update it) You can also try https://elementaryos.stackexchange.com/a/1185/3757 to update Midori


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According to @dzierzak It had changed on my Elementary OS stock Kernel (4.15.X), I updated Flash by Google Chrome (chrome://components) and it works on all kernels now.


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MPV Player MPV Player is a free, open source, and cross-platform media player. It is based on MPlayer and mplayer2. It supports a wide variety of video file formats, audio and video codecs, and subtitle types. sudo apt-get install mplayer2 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/mpv-tests sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mpv While mpv has no official ...


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Banshee Banshee is an open-source media player. It is available in elementary OS (freya) Software Center. You can install by using the command in terminal: sudo apt-get install banshee


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First Let's check if you have Nvidia drivers installed Install: $ sudo apt install software-properties-gtk software-properties-common Open: $ software-properties-gtk Choose the tab Additional Drivers Wait for the loading list, and then you should see the installed drivers. If you don't see any NVIDIA proprietary driver in the list, you need to ...


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That's https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=183085. The only known solution is to update GStreamer, which seems not very likely to happen in Loki.


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I found the answer: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2016/10/pepper-flash-chromium-opera-ubuntu/ I am sorry that i posted the question.


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Please go to the gpu site and click downloads click graphics driver select ubuntu or linux option and ur 64 bit or 32bit archetecture option that will help you out otherwise delete firefox and try reinstalling or try google chrome still the prob persists post ur reply pleaseee we are ready to help you out .


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First off, both of those processors are a 2010 vintage, and HEVC is a relatively new format, however it certainly doesn't require a dual core. Neither are performing better, the graphics on the i3 is a 5 year old integrated chip, whereas the Pentium didn't have integrated, so the dedicated card from around the same time is out performing it, as it should ...


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