> On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 9:18 AM, Hans Muecke
> <ubuntu-ml01@fild...> wrote:
>> Am 21.07.2012 10:57, schrieb Kevin O'Gorman:
>>> I have a web page that celebrates my dog. I've been posting my
>>> pictures and videos to it, learning about web pages and such as I go
>>> I've just gotten thumbnails sorted out, and I'm on to the videos.
>>> They're fine when viewed through the File Manager, but not through a
>>> browser from the page itself. They either stay black, or show a few
>>> frames and go black. The same thing happens from my Windows 7
>>> laptop, but I mostly see Flash on it so I don't know if it views other
>>> plain video files properly.
>>> The videos are AVI and MP4. Clicking "save link as" saves an exact
>>> copy, so I presume I'm serving them right, but I cannot be sure.
>>> The system is Ubuntu 11.04, with Xubuntu added. (I plan to install
>>> xubuntu 12.04.1 when I get a Round Tuit) I run an xfce session. The
>>> browsers I use are Firefox and Chrome.
>>> I don't know if I'm serving them wrong, or have the browsers set up
>>> wrong. It would be nice to know if anyone sees them properly and can
>>> guide me through setup, or if everyone sees what I do and I'm actually
>>> serving them wrong.
>>> the page is http://kosmanor.com/Cully. >>
>> Kubuntu 12,04LTS with Firefox and Chrome ... mp4s stay dark and avi
>> files are very "jumpy" ...
> Thanks. Can you tell me if the files seem to keep downloading -- they
Nope ... no indication if it downloads or not. However ... the avi files
being "jumpy" would suggest it slowly downloading.
Tried it with Opera now ... there both play (with avi still being
"jumpy"!) so I assume there's a browser config thing at my end.