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I need to try the latest version of Internet Explorer on my machine as I cannot get an AVI file on my GoDaddy Website Tonight website to run at all with Firefox or Safari. See: I've been fobbed-off by Godaddy in Arizona, as they take no responsibility for the issue. Apparently the video runs perfectly well in USA on PC with Internet Explorer. If you look at the web page you can see that the Go and Pause buttons are blue and thus alive, as also the audio button in red when activated. File size is about 28MB and i'm using 1500 kbps Broadband. I took the advice of Ora and tried Opera,Shiira,Camino and Sea Monkey. None will play my AVI video.
The beach ball rolls on for exactly 3 minutes before a black square appears, whereupon perfect playback is rendered possible. This situation must be of course infuriating for any viewer, as their computer is frozen for 3 minutes. (d) I forget on which alternate browser, perhaps Camino or the old Internet Explorer for Mac, but I experienced the identical 3 minute delay mentioned above in (c), again. Other browsers immediately threw up a demand to download Windows Media Player, which I already have. (e) It seems like the only safe way to protect Mac-user-viewers is to place a red warning sign above the video-clip which says something like 'Mac-users please STOP if using an Internet Browser other than Safari. Switch over immediately, as you may freeze your computer for 3 whole minutes.' I've looked at the Firefox Help section but don't see much about video.
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I use both of the above codec packs, there hasn't been a video yet that I haven't been able to view, and I have never suffered any incompatibilities due to updates. Of course, your mileage may vary. None of the codec packs, as far as I can see, should be required for viewing your video. Your video track is Apple Cinepak, and your audio should be good as well. Do you have the Quicktime browser plug-in present in your /Library/Internet Plug-Ins folder? Hello ElDiabloConCarca, I've removed the video from the site until I get the mess sorted out. This is because I could not even scroll down the page due to the forever-spinning 'beach-ball', this Sunday morning; (school holidays!).