I’m trying to get some videos working in Firefox and I’ve read through the previous forum posts using the search function. It seems like lots of people have had issues getting videos to work in firefox and I’m not sure what the correct way forward is. The options seem to be as follows:
Install flatpak of Firefox as it comes with all the codecs BUT it doesn’t allow you to print and has other limitations
Install mozilla-openh264 (which I have done) BUT this only allows some videos to play and has choppy playback sometimes
Add an RPM fusion repo and install ffmpeg-libs. With this option I thought we were trying to get away from using RPM fusion repos?
With option 2 I can play Youtube and bbc.co.uk videos but I’m trying to do an AWS course and the videos just show a loading circle and black screen, I can’t get any of them to play.
Could anyone help me understand what the best way is to get all videos working in Firefox?