1. Title : [BROWSER] YouTube embeded content playback problems 2. Precondition : 3. Tester's Action : 1) Go to some www page which contains embeded YT content ex. http://polygamia.pl/Polygamia/1,107162,13865278,B_J_Blazkowicz_powraca__Wolfenstein__New_Order_trafi.html 2) Start playing the content, observe the screen 4. Detailed Symptom : The played YT video has two loading icons, sound is started playing before video is shown, the video playback is very laggy, it seems that the video loaded from YT is not in the mobile format, but in desktop resolution. 7.Reproducibility: Y 1)Frequency Rate : 100%
The "two loading icons" may be on YouTube's side (to be filed under Tech Evangelism). The playback issue may be an issue of performance but could be filed under Core::Video/Audio Just want to check with Dale, are we supposed to handle embedded YouTube videos in any special way?
The embeded file is webm file and FFOS uses S/W codec for that file. The laggy problem comes from S/W codec. So....It's codec limitation if the video clip has large resolution.
Yup there isnt anything special we do / are supposed to for embedded youtube videos, we correctly get the embedded youtube player The problem here looks like http://polygamia.pl doesnt recognise us as mobile and sends us the full site, I cant even load the full site without crashing on the inari, but I imagine they request a high resolution video on the desktop site than their dedicated mobile site
Is there actually anything we can do to get videos like this to play, or is it simply that the web page is too resource intensive and can not be played on a smartphone with such low specifications? Perhaps this is a case of evangelism with the site owner to send a mobile-optimised version of their site.
Component: Gaia::Browser → Video/Audio
Product: Boot2Gecko → Core
(In reply to Ben Francis [:benfrancis] from comment #4) > Is there actually anything we can do to get videos like this to play, or is > it simply that the web page is too resource intensive and can not be played > on a smartphone with such low specifications? There is nothing we can do to play videos that are beyond the capability of the hardware unfortunately.
Leo, Are you unable to use any embedded youtube or is it specific to this site? If the latter, is this a popular site in a target market that you are concerned about? If so we can reach out to them to ask for a better mobile experience but at the moment I am unable to even load the page on a Leo device.
Moving to tech evangelism, I don't believe there's any further action we can take here in engineering.
Assignee: nobody → polish
Component: Video/Audio → Polish
Product: Core → Tech Evangelism
Target Milestone: 1.1 QE2 → ---
Note: That component move seemed to automatically remove the QE2 target milestone, is anyone able to set this back?
(In reply to Ben Francis [:benfrancis] from comment #8) > Note: That component move seemed to automatically remove the QE2 target > milestone, is anyone able to set this back? No, the milestone is specific to B2G components.
Embedded youtube is working okey. The issue is specific to this site. This site is having a mobile version also. If we access mobile version same video is playing well. If we change the user agent to android, it is automatically redirected to the mobile site and videos are playing fine.
Assignee: polish → nobody
Component: Polish → General
Product: Tech Evangelism → Boot2Gecko
Component: General → Mobile
Product: Boot2Gecko → Tech Evangelism
Realigning the bug label, content, and metadata with the comments.
Site is run by Agora http://www.agora.pl. I've reached out on anther bug, making this bug dependent.
Assignee: nobody → astevenson
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Depends on: 828354
Whiteboard: [country-pl] [serversniff] [contactready] → [country-pl] [serversniff] [sitewait]
Also fixed by recent Agora changes. http -h GET http://polygamia.pl/Polygamia/0,0.html User-Agent:'Mozilla/5.0 (Mobile; rv:26.0) Gecko/26.0 Firefox/26.0' HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Content-Length: 248 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 15:33:29 GMT Location: http://m.polygamia.pl/Polygamia/0,0.html Server: Apache
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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