So i’ve installed Fedora 34 and installed the plugins for playing movies and music.
I can play videos in Firefox just fine, however DRM is not working yet. Also, the DRM option in Firefox settings is not even there/visible.
What’s the recommended way to get DRM videos working in Firefox?
I’ve used Firefox on a variety of machines and distros the past two years. I’ve never been able to play a single Netflix video. I thought it might be caused by some privacy.resistFingerprinting* setting, but I don’t know. I sorta gave up, and now I’ve actually got Brave installed just to use netflix.
I have gotten it to work on Kodi on a raspberry Pi4, copying the adaptive bits over from a ChromeOS image, but I don’t know how much that is applicable to Fedora 35 and if Firefox/Chrome would be able to grok it. It appears that Firefox outright doesn’t support it currently on aarch64 at all, which is why the config is missing in about:config for it (see link I posted above).