Just so people know I am using Windows 10 fall creators version and as indicated Opera 55.0.2994.37.
All pages are seen normally in Microsoft edge, Google Chrome etc...
All help appreciated.
@jimunderscorep Yeah, I checked that today and updated both the codecs and the browser. Works perfectly. It seems that putting chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra and opera-stable on hold until both updates are definitely in sync is the most surefire way to never break video support.
Very interesting info on other distributions! Could you also explain why other Chromium-based browsers are different? As far as I know, Vivaldi is also based on Chromium and uses Chromium codecs, but its support for HTML5 video rarely breaks.
Is there some feature you would love see added to Opera browser on computer? Let us know!
There is nothing strange. We are in a forum, what is a place for discussions and talk about your suggestion is an opportunity for you to 'sell' it, to show that it may be useful for the users and for Opera.
What files and folders should I back up?
The best thing to do is to backup the entire profile folder. If you want to backup something specific, please refer to http://help.opera.com/opera/Windows/2393/en/solutions.html#backup
Posting about your problem
After have done the steps above and confirmed that the problem is most probably in Opera, it's time to post about it.
Start the topic with a title that briefly describe the problem so people will know about what this is about.
Don't try to explain all the problem in the title.
Use tags to make it easy for other users to find posts about similar issues. If posting about Opera Mail then add the 'Opera Mail' tag
In the post (body) you should include the following information:
Your OS (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Your version of Opera
If the problem is with a page, a link to it
A screen-shot of the problem if it's related to something not showing as should
A description of the problem, including as much as information as possible
Steps to (try to) reproduce the issue
Expected behavior and actual one
There is a keyboard shortcut to automatically add www. and .com to the address bar and attempt to go to that site; you must accidentally be hitting that shortcut - I believe it is Ctrl-Enter. If you are using the keyboard, make sure you release the modifier key(s) before pressing Enter.
why not opera use cloud based password manager only.
Not every user wants their passwords stored in the cloud - which would mean that a third party stores your confidential data on its servers, on whose security and so on you haven't any influence.
At least I wouldn't feel comfortable with such storage and I wouldn't want it either.
BTW: Opera server breach incident
New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.71 ;-)
The change log, and the announcement.
"Since we’ve released Snap packages for Linux users last week, it’s worth mentioning that from now on Canonical is also providing the FFmpeg codec in their Snap store. This should give you the best experience when opening any media."
@burnout426 said in Video Buffer on Opera:
I have no idea what the sites in question are doing. But, you can research if they're using adaptive streaming and if there's a way to avoid it.
I don't think there's a way to make those videos buffer in full.
Sadly i agree with you. I saw some extensions that work for youtube, but not for crunchyroll or netflix. I think that we should at least choose a buffer size in opera configs
Thank you very much!