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FIX: Your browser does not support video playback


Fixing this playback error message is quite simple and in this article you will see the exact steps you need to make.

How can your browser does not support video playback error?

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2. Refresh your page

This is one of the most basic fixes for when you get the This browser does not support video playback error message in Firefox.

You can either press F5 or locate the refresh button, in the menu bar and press on it.

Either way is perfect and after performing the refresh, you should see if the video playback issue has been solved.


3. Clear temporary files

  1. Open your Firefox browser.
  2. Click on the menu button and select Options.
  3. Next, select the Privacy and Security panel.
  4. Go to Cookies and Site data and click on Clear data.
  5. Check the Cached Web content option and press on Clear.

4. Enable the media autoplay option

  1. Open Firefox browser and click on the menu button.
  2. Select Options and go to Privacy and security.
  3. Locate the Permissions section and in Autoplay click on Settings.
  4. From the dropdown menu select Allow audio and video.

  5. Finally, click OK to save changes.

After enabling this feature, check if This browser does not support video playback is gone from Firefox.


5. Enable software rendering

  1. Open the search box by hold pressing the Windows Key + the S button.
  2. Type internet options in and click on the first result from the search.
  3. Go to the Advanced tab option and click on Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering option.
  4. Finally, restart your computer and check if the error still persists.

6. Check the browser configuration

  1. Open Firefox browser and type in about:config in the address bar.
  2. Locate the media.mediasource.enabled configuration.
  3. Set its value as true and restart your browser.

Error message Unfortunately your browser does not support video playback is not uncommon occurrence and it can appear on your Firefox browser.

Thankfully, as you could see in this article, the solutions are easy and you can fix this issue with just a few simple steps.



This post was written by Loredana Harsana and was first posted to WindowsReport



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