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El Pollo Santos 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 9:59
Easy Netflix on Linux in browser
Not a Steam issue, but one that stops people from switching to Linux. A new option from the makers of Netflix-desktop, have not tested extensively but once installed seems to work as well as windows. Follow full instructions as there is a final step to trick Netflix into thinking you are using windows

http://fds-team.de/cms/articles/2013-08/pipelight-using-silverlight-in-linux-browsers.html

Hope this helps some people.
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Doc Holliday 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 10:02 
silverlight is getting removed for HTML5
El Pollo Santos 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 10:08 
Well untill that happens, this works.
b4cki ❤ Katzii3 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 10:09 
Publicado originalmente por Doc Holliday:
silverlight is getting removed for HTML5

Hopefully soon
blackout24 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 11:08 
I don't understand why someone would develop something with Silverlight to begin with, when you can use Flash or HTML5. Even Flash would have been better.
b4cki ❤ Katzii3 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 15:19 
Publicado originalmente por AbartigerNorbert:
I don't understand why someone would develop something with Silverlight to begin with, when you can use Flash or HTML5. Even Flash would have been better.
Not sure but I guess because of DRM
blackout24 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 15:22 
Publicado originalmente por epic win@linux:
Publicado originalmente por AbartigerNorbert:
I don't understand why someone would develop something with Silverlight to begin with, when you can use Flash or HTML5. Even Flash would have been better.
Not sure but I guess because of DRM

OK that could make sense.
UraniumDeer 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 16:05 
Aye - It is indeed due to DRM, that Netflix isn't on Linux yet (through HTML5).
'Premium Video Extensions' are being worked on, which is a set of 3 extensions. I think Chrome already has the two of them, and for some odd reason, Netflix worked with MS, to make the IE11 browser capable of using HTML5 playback.
I'd say that it'd make more sense to work with Google or Mozilla, as they provide browsers for all platforms.

http://techblog.netflix.com/2013/04/html5-video-at-netflix.html
Última edición por UraniumDeer; 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 16:06
L'esprit Malin 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 16:39 
Última edición por L'esprit Malin; 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 16:39
El Pollo Santos 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 19:25 
Publicado originalmente por Shane:
http://mono-project.com/Moonlight

Give a try :-)

Moonlight actually does not work with Netflix because of DRM
Jamie F 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 20:36 
moonlight doesnt work because ms never gave them the proper binaries for the copy right protection on the streams.
intok 18 de Ago, 2013 a las 21:33 
Requires Wine to run, I'll wait and find other methods till there is something native that isn't based on Adobe or Microsoft tech.
gutigen o) 19 de Ago, 2013 a las 12:58 
Isn't this a gaming forum? Go to /r/linux_gaming man.
b4cki ❤ Katzii3 19 de Ago, 2013 a las 13:57 
Publicado originalmente por gutigen o):
Isn't this a gaming forum? Go to /r/linux_gaming man.

Butthurt much?
[Linux] MrSchism 19 de Ago, 2013 a las 14:26 
I'm feeling the administrative.

Gutigen, you're right. This really doesn't belong here, but I'm not removing it because it may help to sway people over to using the product.

Epic: Play nice.
El Pollo Santos 19 de Ago, 2013 a las 15:01 
Publicado originalmente por gutigen o):
Isn't this a gaming forum? Go to /r/linux_gaming man.

It is, but a lot of questions people seem to post here are on if they should switch over to Linux, and problems they have in the switch. I know running Netflix on my Linux side was a major pain for me, and I figure if I can help people who have switched run a major feature on their desktop I can help encourage adoption.
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