Cool add-on for Chrome HTML5

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by John Doe, Dec 26, 2014.

  1. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    When looking for something to limit video resolution to 480, noticed "Magic
    Actions for YouTube". Looks like it's very highly rated. And it appears to
    do several useful things including setting the resolution for HTML5 videos.
    Mousing over the video sidebar shows the videos rating. Knowing in advance
    the rating is very useful to me when considering looking at a video with an
    outrageous title. Fakes are usually low rated. Also it allows volume
    control using the mouse wheel when the pointer is over the video.

    If it doesn't, would be awesome if it allowed keystroke shortcuts for
    speeding up and slowing down video speed. Need to look for that.
     
    John Doe, Dec 26, 2014
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  2. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    For speed control in HTML5 videos, now using Video Speed Controller 0.2.2

    Stuff seems to work well enough. Lots more control over videos. The preview
    of ratings on YouTube video icons are very useful.
     
    John Doe, Dec 31, 2014
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  3. John Doe

    Char Jackson Guest

    Would you rather just keep a personal diary rather than posting on Usenet?
    For the most part, you seem to be talking to yourself anyway, so it might be
    more efficient.
     
    Char Jackson, Jan 1, 2015
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  4. John Doe

    Bill Guest

    The post above, while it doesn't directly apply to me for the time
    being, hardly seems vacuous. If I were interested in

    HTML5 videos it would be just the opposite.
     
    Bill, Jan 1, 2015
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  5. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    Persistent troll...

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    John Doe, Jan 16, 2015
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  6. John Doe

    John Doe Guest

    Seems strange that Chrome doesn't allow downloading YouTube videos?

    So you switch to Firefox to do the download...
     
    John Doe, Jan 17, 2015
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