All the other mp4 options are functioning correctly.
I should mention I'm using the latest viewtube.
There are two types of streams in the DASH format, those that have "source=youtube" and other with "source=yt_otf", the latter are fragments only and the stream won't work because there's a stream for each fragment. So I can't make it work with my scripts.
It has YouTube/Vimeo/Dailymotion embeds on that page and I can see the script is active from the Greasemonkey drop down menu but doesn't do anything. Any chance to stop it doing that?
I don't see it in Firefox in "User scripts for this tab".
The script already blocks iframes, "@noframes" in metadata and "if (window.top != window.self) return;" in the code.
I believe instead of @include it's @match for the domains and it will activate on the matched official site and not a third party. I could be wrong as I have no expertise in this sort of thing. But I see people use @match in their scripts.
By show up, I mean I stopped it running on that page, just in case you think I broke something lol.
How do you know is running on that page? Do you have a screen capture?
I attempted to use alt+prtsc but the drop down menu conceals back. Not sure what else to use.
It shows up in the drop down menu underneath my running scripts. I think what happens is it makes an attempt to run but fails since there is a faint line in the menu dividing it from the running scripts.
I've put off browser upgrading this long, I'll live with it since it's negligible and takes 2 mins for me to fix after an update.
I don't know about your version by the GM version I use has exclude options per script so you don't have to edit the script.
MessageHi again, is it possible to have high bitrate audio OPUS as the default? I mainly open music tracks and long dj sets with no actual video and the opus streams seem to load instantly and seek more quickly (not to mention better quality). Sometimes I just use 'get link' to copy the direct opus stream into VLC and I can control the volume with hotkeys while gaming but to have a page open with it set to Opus straight away would be super nice.
If possible, would this work with the FF addon or would I need to use the greasmonkey script to edit it? I was a greasemonkey user but now just have VT in FF addons instead.
I don't understand, default where?
You can set a browser protocol and open any stream with an external player, details on the script page.
There should be no difference between using the Greasemonkey user script or the WebExtensions addon (Firefox, Chromium etc.).
What I mean is each time I open a link I have to click the box to select the type of stream I want. What I wish is to open a link and the opus already be displayed without me having to click on it from the menu. It always defaults to the low def or high def mp4 video formats which is useless for audio mixes with just a picture in the backround.
I told FF to open webm (which opus links appear to be) in VLC but after clicking 'get link' in VT it opens another tab in FF and plays it in a player in the FF tab. Don't know whats going on there maybe I selected webm when its another file type.
The script autoselects only videos, to have an audio selected when opening a video you have to remove all videos from the "ytVideoFormats" in the script. This means you have to edit the script and if you use the addon you have to sign it before you can use it in Firefox.
The browser plays any media link if it has support for its content (mime type). If you open "about:config" and search for "opus" you can see if it has support for it and if it's enabled.