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Up until recently Safari has worked on various websites to upload video. Now I get this error message.

Some content on this page requires an Internet plug-in that Safari doesn’t support. The application “Windows Media Player” may be able to display this content. Would you like to try?

I'm not sure why Safari and now Firefox no longer support these websites. My Windows Media Player has worked about 5% of the time since I have had a Mac. If I select ok after the error message pops up and asks Would you like to try??...AND IT DOES WORK...it opens it up in a new window. Not on the website.

Does anyone know whats going on?
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Hmmm....

Seems like a cool product but it did not work. When I try to go to the web I still was getting the error and was prompted to see if I wanted to use windows media player. Just as before. Maybe I installed or set it up wrong.
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