Works perfectly on Firefox and IE, however on my main browser Google Chrome, it fails to operate properly.
Does just what is says! No problems or kinks, runs smoothly! Found this through a friend and what a handy little script!!
I am very happy about this script, but i wanted to ask if it can be modified to work with similar site like icefilms? for example, as movie streaming alternative i use http://onchannel.net and was wondering if it can work with you script?
This scrip is the best please keep up with it for all of us thanks agen
The script is amazingly coded and works perfectly.
I just with uploaders would start using better sources.
Great to see you have finally adopted this into your source tree. I can retire my modified script now.
The adjustment to your script in 2011 and early 2012 was merely to show a proof that DivX web player CAN be replaced, and to inspire the developers at videolan.org to drop a bit more time into updating their Mozilla plugin.
Having done this, I am proud to have given the little nudge to better utilize this technology which was already there, but seemingly, it was being ignored in lieu of a very archaic DivX module. (nothing wrong with the DivX codec, just their web player is unstable as crap, and for a commercial company, you would think they could have found the time over a decade to correct the flaws in it).
Congrats go out to the team at VLC, and to ICE for taking the step forward with my suggested alterations with the proof here-in.
Keep up the good work, and always - strive for better.
(ps: to those on the ICE forums, I hereby apologize if I missed any of your messages on my VLC plugin thread. Please look toward ICE for updates from here on, unless they decide to pull VLC player out again ^.^)
This greatly simplifies streaming/downloading. Highly recommended!
This script is incredibly practical. Thanks a lot.
This script works perfectly.
Thanks so much for it.
My only suggestion for how to make it better would be to implement hotkeys into the program (such as space to pause, or f for fullscreen). But this really isn't a big enough deal to make this script still not be worth 5 stars.