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Amazon Video Playback
Amazon video playback isn't working for me on Opera for Mac OS X 10.8.3. I have Opera 37.0.
It returns a DRM message:
Digital Rights Error
Your web browser is missing a digital rights component. In the address bar, go to opera://plugins and ensure Widevine Content Decryption Module is enabled.
When I go to opera://plugins, it says the status of Widevine Content Decryption Module is enabled (or at least inferred by the only button label being, "Disable").
Plugin info: com.operasoftware.Opera/WidevineCDM/188.8.131.525/_platform_specific/mac_x64/widevinecdmadapter.plugin
What's interesting is I don't have any problem playing YouTube videos, but when I go to html5test.com, it says the H.264 video is not working. When I check on Firefox, it is working and videos work on Amazon through Firefox for Mac.
Hi Drew, Opera only supports Widevine (which indeed is a DRM plug-in) on OS X 10.9 and newer.
Thanks for the feedback. That's a bummer...
@drew5316 If you still need help. I solved my issue. So there was nothing in my WidevineCdm folder in program files so what I did was I copied over the WidevineCdm folder from chrome (that i temporarily downloaded) because I saw netflix was working there. And boom! Now everything works. I have 4 files in my Program Files > Opera > "Version" > WidevineCdm > platform_specific > win