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    Default Video in a webpage will not play. Embedded video

    I bought a ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T for my wife and one of the main reasons I got it was so she could do these training modules for her work while out at a Barnes and Nobel or Starbucks etc..
    The training module has a video that plays and then you take a test. However I haven't found a browser that will let the video play. It always seems to look like it's missing a plugin.
    So on my home desktop or laptop I can get to it just fine and from IE I right clicked and went to properties so i could find out what kind of video this was and this is the location of the video.
    As you can see its wmv.
    http://learn.heart.org/ihtml/applica...pload/2074.wmv

    Does anyone know how this will work with the tablet?
    It works with IE or Firefox because I must have the plugin for Forefox. I thought I should be good to download Firefox for the tablet but I cant get the plugin it seems.


    Cheers,
    Chris
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    Default Re: Video in a webpage will not play. Embedded video

    yxplayer which supports wmv, and supports streaming from http, ftp, mms, and others. Granted it's not a full browser, but if streaming wmv is what you want than it will work.
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    Default Re: Video in a webpage will not play. Embedded video

    Quote Originally Posted by adamMST View Post
    yxplayer which supports wmv, and supports streaming from http, ftp, mms, and others. Granted it's not a full browser, but if streaming wmv is what you want than it will work.
    They way it works is that she logs into a website and then clicks on a link that takes her to a list of training modules. When you click on the module it takes you to another page that plays the video in it. So its not like a link that you can just put in a video player. It has to be built into the browser and support wmv.

    Thanks,
    Chris

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