Once the EME functionality is reasonably implemented and bug 1127784 exposes the preference in the UI and/or media.eme.enabled is flipped to "true" by default. Firefox wording per bug 1171693 attachment 8617584 [details] [diff] [review]: "In order to play back certain types of video content, &brandShortName; downloads certain content decryption modules from third parties."
(In reply to rsx11m from comment #0) > "In order to play back certain types of video content, &brandShortName; > downloads certain content decryption modules from third parties." Can you verify that SeaMonkey does download said decryption modules?
Heh, I have no clue how to test that. This bug is merely a placeholder to remind us that there is something yet to be done once EME is running. There may be a test site or so given that there are plenty of bugs on the Core/Firefox side.
The GMP stuff is mostly Toolkit with a bit of DOM, thus I'd think that it becomes activated once media.eme.enabled is flipped to "true" (but may not work correctly yet if pieces are missing).
(Quoting rsx11m from bug 1127784 comment #26) > There is media.gmp-manager.url;https://aus4.mozilla.org/update/3/GMP/%VERSION%/ > %BUILD_ID%/%BUILD_TARGET%/%LOCALE%/%CHANNEL%/%OS_VERSION%/%DISTRIBUTION%/ > %DISTRIBUTION_VERSION%/update.xml which would imply that the download > information is coming from an AUS server, right? So, if it's not configured > for SeaMonkey, nothing is downloaded. This would make sense.
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