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 Post subject: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 1:10 am 
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So here is an issue that I run into sometimes:

There are some (not many but some) You Tube vids that will not have any sound when I am watching them in my Google Chrome Browser.

Here is the latest one that I have experienced this on:



If I copy/paste the URL into the Microsoft Edge browser, the video, with sound, plays just fine.

99% of videos play fine but then every once in a while one will not.

Why would something like this happen?

Any thoughts/suggestions?

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 Post subject: Re: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:45 am 
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I'd guess it is Chrome's built-in ad or script blocker.

Unfortunately Google Chrome's simplicity is also it's weakness. It has so few options, you can't really tweak or tinker much to get it to behave.

Probably the dividends of dumbed down options.

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 Post subject: Re: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
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I have no problems watching the video with chrome. ;)

But then chrome is a resource hog. Perhaps that might explain something? :?

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 Post subject: Re: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
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Watched the original video in chrome and got sound at 0:17.

Ditto with firefox...

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11Bravo wrote:
Watched the original video in chrome and got sound at 0:17.

Ditto.

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 Post subject: Re: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
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Some times the big stick wins. Other times the smart stick does.

I go with the "Many Browsers" strategy.

Chrome is my latest go to for my purposeful public self. Then Firefox. Then Microsoft Whatever. And then some specialist browsers such as Opera for anonymity, Brave for a the chrome flavor of anonymity, and whatever...

We have some good tech resources here. (I am not one of them.) I listen to Nef and some others..

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11Bravo wrote:
I go with the "Many Browsers" strategy.


Agree as I found out regarding this site when I was unable to see videos until I activated Chrome. I use both Chrome and Microsoft,

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11Bravo wrote:
Some times the big stick wins. Other times the smart stick does.

I go with the "Many Browsers" strategy.

Chrome is my latest go to for my purposeful public self. Then Firefox. Then Microsoft Whatever. And then some specialist browsers such as Opera for anonymity, Brave for a the chrome flavor of anonymity, and whatever...

We have some good tech resources here. (I am not one of them.) I listen to Nef and some others..


I use Firefox as my primary (due to all the plugins I can pick & choose to add) and I keep Chrome as a backup in case Firefox has some wonky update that temporarily flips out on something. I also have Brave, just in case, but rarely use it; haven't needed to look up bombs or anything in awhile. :P

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 Post subject: Re: tech question: Browsers and You Tube
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Prolly missing a codec. Or more likely putz around w/ ur settings and make sure nothing is muted or whatever



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Open Your Control Panel
The easiest way to open the Control Panel is to click on "Start" and then click on "Control Panel."
Open the Internet Options
Double click on "Internet Options" to open that section of the Control Panel.
Select the "Advanced" Tab
The Advanced Tab is usually on the far-right side of the Internet Options screen.
Scroll Down to Multimedia
Scroll through the options until you see the section called "Multimedia."
Deselect the Play Sounds Option
Click to check the option called "Play Sounds in Webpages." This will turn on all sounds in your internet browsers.

amol - Oct 25, 2012 at 02:03 PM
thank you , perfect...

only1verb - Nov 7, 2012 at 07:21 PM
Ok now your genius thanks dude =) all the other ones are bs ways of doing this aha


https://ccm.net/forum/affich-19119-no-s ... eb-browser

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