Video-Files?

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weidmic
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Video-Files?

Post by weidmic » 22 Jan 21 17:22

Hi Hert,

It looks like, it's not possible to watch a video-file (.mov)
Are there any plans to introduce this feature at some point?

It works pretty well...

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Michael
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Re: Video-Files?

Post by G8DHE » 22 Jan 21 22:22

On my Win10 system there displayed by what ever utility I have chosen within Windows to display that file type, so double clicking the thumbnail will open VLC for all the video formats I have, or if there isn't a utility chosen for displaying that file extension it gives me the standard Windows pane to choose a program to open it with.
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Re: Video-Files?

Post by weidmic » 23 Jan 21 9:47

Hi,
thats what I thought it should be, but as you can see on the screenshot, there is no arrow or any way start/open the file.
Maybe I am missing something.

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Michael
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Re: Video-Files?

Post by Hert » 23 Jan 21 12:50

Video files are not played on the site. Not all types of video formats are supported to be played in a browser.
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Re: Video-Files?

Post by G8DHE » 23 Jan 21 15:14

Not all .mov files are actual video, I used to use them for Spherical Panoramas as well same as with the now dead .swf formats which require Flash.
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