I have attempted to use the flash version, html, use the link in the source code, nothing works. I know that they SHOULD be accessable, because downloaders for the site DO work. Even the ads work. As does the mobile app. But the videos on the website don’t work. How in the world would I fix THAT? Video error report ON YOUTUBE: the actual site (myvideo.ge)
Either this is a issue on their end, or it’s on mine. I don’t know, and since the message is so vague, I can’t really comprehend much of what’s going on. What is going on, and how do I fix it?
jsyk, i placed this here instead of asking them directly because i couldnt find any contact info, and the only email I found never got back to me. soooo
*note three: I didnt want to waste precious website real estate with this question. sorry.
“Before it was discontinued at the end of September 2017, MyVideo provided background information and trailers for current films and computer games and promoted content from maxdome’s commercial offering.”
2017 is very old in a rolling release distribution. So many things have changed since then, I’d be surprised if you get it working.
So I followed your link, tried both way, the example and the “how to” which was redundant, entered the example, clicked on the link and another example .mp4, which took me to a video page where I can pay for stuff with BTC. I also entered the Georgian link from your first post, which took me here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3rH11Sau-U which played in Georgian language (as far as an English-only person can tell). So what is your point?
Everything seemed to work!
AND: Last full system update: 2023-11-06 ↻
That ‘swoosh’ means you need to reboot since your last update. Do not count on anything working correctly until you do!
Sorry for the miscommunication. I didn’t mean on youtube, but on myvideo.ge. It’s not working there, specifically. I just updated my system and the result didn’t change. What I’m trying to do here is get videos THERE to work.
Hm. Seems like the problem’s different for different people. But if this is consistent with everyone, everywhere, it may be region locked on the website only (which doesnt make sense). If it is, I’m doomed.
I don’t recall, and I’m not going to proceed any further with the footwork for you. Linux is not a somebody-else-do-it-for-you operating system. You must do your own research, your own testing, and find your own solution. We can help you, but only so much. The rest is incumbent on you to do the work.
Then tell us extensively the results. And not a little, a lot of research & experimentation. Give us logs/journals! Don’t hold anything back. Do enough of narrowing down your problem, then we might be able to provide help, at that point.That’s how Linux works.
either i need to find a way to fix the code myself (which i cant, because i dont know how to code…) or i could find a way to prevent the PHPs from failing. which seems impossible.
(oh goodness this php is hard to read. it was never meant to be seen so they didnt make it aesthetically pleasing but jeez. and this is just async.)
Ah, so the website hosting init.js is down? Maybe that’s it?
If it were forbidden for me I would have seen 403, like with nue10.
so it’s either down, or…
disabling my adblocker fixed the failed ones except for init.js. that still doesn’t work. As it turns out, the media aborted playing because it was 403 Forbidden. Thus, either it really is down, or it really is regionlocked. If init.js ever comes back up, I’ll try it again, and see what happens.
Also, DOM Mutation Events are deprecated. I wonder when they’ll replace that.
So, it’s probably region locked or something. I’m gonna have to use the Android app, ig.
Just wanna ask is there a reason you are trying so hard for this website? If it’s for learning a new language there are so many resources an eg, duolingo (just citing it from recent ads, haven’t tried it myself). Have you paid for this website already if not why not try something else?