On 5/02/2014 11:37 am, email@example.com wrote:
For Firefox on Linux, you'll need to have actual Adobe Flash installed
-- YMMV if you have one of the open-source flash plugins installed. If
you have Flash installed, and you're not blocking any scripts, then
everything should work.
Otherwise, you can use a browser that supports HTML5 MP3 playback; right
now on Linux, that means Chrome, or Chromium with "extra" ffmpeg codecs
installed (on Ubuntu etc. that's the chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra
package). Firefox has started to support MP3 on Windows and OS X using
codecs supplied by the OS, and it looks like the Linux version may do
this soon, too, using GStreamer, but it's not quite there yet.
(Full disclosure -- I work for Bandcamp, though I'm replying from my
personal address, since that's what I'm subscribed to the list with).
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