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Hey guys, Iv'e been trying to get a plugin to stream video on my Macbook, using media player series 9 and I'm completely lost.
It took me ages to get the media player to work and I tried to stream video on Sky.com/news but it keeps saying it needs application/x - mplayer 2.
Anybody out there no how to do this?
Feeling like a complete numptie, I use firefox 2 and this will stream everything apart from videos that only appear to recognise IE.
I can view anything on the BBC cos it uses real player.
Appreciate any help but pls keep it simple cos I easliy get lost, thanks in advance.
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Hi tried that and well nothing happened.
How do you set quicktime to stream the video?
I downloaded the software and then revisited the sites hoping for it to work but instead of saying there's a plugin missing now there is just a blank screen, please help if you can.
Sorry must be thick, just don't get it.
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