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20 hours ago, Demz said:

does anyone know of a Good Easyt to use " Video Downloader "  one that i can use to get Vids from Youtube?  

Heh the best one I know of is an extension for Firefox, sorry :/ I like it because it places it as part of the YouTube page and lets you download in multiple qualities.

 

If it also exists for Chrome I would very much like to know!

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Having a Chrome extension that can download YouTube videos may be hard to come by, as apparently Google removes extensions that provide this functionality from the Web Store.

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3 minutes ago, Boo Berry said:

Having a Chrome extension that can download YouTube videos may be hard to come by, as apparently Google removes extensions that provide this functionality from the Web Store.

Yes, that's right, but this seems to do the job too http://addoncrop.com/youtube_video_downloader/

 

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53 minutes ago, Steven P. said:

Heh the best one I know of is an extension for Firefox, sorry :/ I like it because it places it as part of the YouTube page and lets you download in multiple qualities.


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it also exists for Chrome I would very much like to know!

i got that extension in Chrome. i just followed a link from Firefox's Extension link . but yeah as Boo said Google are Removing those  Extensions, i was going to upload the extension here but it wont let me. its the same Extension but as a Chrome Extension 

https://github.com/gantt/downloadyoutube


The script works in:

Chrome (install the Tampermonkey extension first)

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ok i just Got Chrome 56 Update, New Profile, but wasnt Adobe Flash supposed to be turned off by Default in 56 ?  

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I got Chrome 56 just now too.

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Yay, new Chrome day!

 

It has WebGL 2 support, and FLAC support. :p

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started to get Wacky Renduring problems with 56, i have had to go back to Firefox , it also might be a bit of Video Corruption in it to. i never got the issue in 55

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46 minutes ago, Demz said:

started to get Wacky Renduring problems with 56, i have had to go back to Firefox , it also might be a bit of Video Corruption in it to. i never got the issue in 55

Settings > System > Hardware Accell ( Disable/Enable 

 

i'll see if that helps

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On 27/01/2017 at 11:02 AM, Demz said:

Settings > System > Hardware Accell ( Disable/Enable 

 

i'll see if that helps

looks like that fixed my problem, Disabling ( Hardware Accelleration ) 

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chrome://flags/#prefer-html-over-flash

 

This is a pretty handy flag, if I say so myself. ;)

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Looks like animated PNG support is due to land in M58, which is pretty great (no more APNG extension needed!).

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And it looks like animated PNG support is going to be pushed back to M59. Still, it's coming at long last!

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WebAssembly Ends Browser Preview With Initial API & Binary Format

 

The WebAssembly stakeholders agreed that it's the end of the browser preview phase with the initial WebAssembly API and binary format being complete for their initial implementation. Web browsers can now begin shipping WebAssembly support enabled by default.

WASM can allow compiling C/C++ among other languages down into code supported by Firefox, Chrome, WebKit, and Edge.

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Yeah, known about that one for awhile now. It's a shame, but not too big of a deal.

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ARM Opens Up Compute Library With OpenCL & NEON Acceleration

More details on the now MIT-licensed ARM Compute Library via ARM.com while all the code is over on GitHub.

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