I’m getting the following error in both Windows 11 in a VM and Windows 10 on Mini PC.
It also doesn’t work on Linux.
“Sorry! Missing the media source or this browser doesn’t support the format of the media.”
I’m assuming a codec is missing, but not sure. The video on an html page with embed code similar to that used with YouTube videos. I can get the video to play on in windows with Media Player if I don’t use HTML with Embed code.
Is there a recommended set of video codecs for Windows and how to get them installed?
Where is the video file? Generally, for security reaons, an HTML web page loaded from the internet can not access local files, and vice-versa.
Probably the best thing to do is get more error information in the browser - on Safari / Settings / Advanced, “Show Develop Menu in Menu Bar” shoudl be on, and then you can right-click a web page and “Inspect Element” and also see Console errors. Similar methods work on Chrome, IE11, Edge…
Since I’m not going to be able to change the embed code and I don’t know what else may the issue with HTML viewer, I’ll have to just go to the webpage links in a normal browser for now.