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Posted 4/24/11
Is there a way for me to watch the videos in HTML5?
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Posted 4/26/11
Currently, no.
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That would help out here a lot, the Linux version of flash player is pathetic :*(
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Posted 5/17/11 , edited 5/17/11
Seriously they need an html 5 version. I think it would clear up some issues and really most webpages are going towards standards these days. So as a paying member who has had to deal with many issues due to lack of html 5 support, I really would love to see it added.
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Posted 5/17/11
Same here!
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Posted 5/23/11
It would be nice I agree, and they could probably implement it with a check of the browser model. If its above X of Y play the html5 version, if its below then the flash version. Everybody wins.

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HTML5 can't do advertising, in fact it can't do much of anything; so it'll never happen.
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Posted 6/4/11 , edited 6/4/11

Shinchy wrote:

HTML5 can't do advertising, in fact it can't do much of anything; so it'll never happen.


not true...

HTML5 doesn't DO FLASH.

most browsers have support for html5
here are a few charts on, browser compatibility charts for HTML5 and CSS3 properties
http://www.findmebyip.com/litmus/


here is a few sites to read. on html5

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML5

http://mashable.com/2010/09/24/html5-mobile-advertising/

http://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughts-on-flash/


http://www.admonsters.com/blog/html5-advertising-faq

http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/Overview.html

http://www.youtube.com/html5

I for one will not miss flash add's.. 90% of people block flash add's now.
so by finding new way of advertising.. they will only boost sale.
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Posted 6/4/11

godlikegohan wrote:
I for one will not miss flash add's.. 90% of people block flash add's now.
so by finding new way of advertising.. they will only boost sale.

Apparently you are suffering from living in a tech-savvy bubble, as I can assure you the percentage of people that even know how to block Flash ads is far less than 90%.

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Posted 6/4/11 , edited 6/4/11
you may be right.

but there are people like all of us here; that would help. any one
all they need to do. is search google for ( block Flash ads ) and then read read read read read.
not hard.

so the only people that dont block flash ad's are the ones that just dont mind the ad's
or just don't want to do the reading.

There Is No Magical Quick-Fix for anything
the only fix. is
read read read read read. one thing i have all ways found is. there is all ways people out there that want to help
all you need to do is find them

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godlikegohan wrote:

you may be right.

but there are people like all of us here; that would help. any one
all they need to do. is search google for ( block Flash ads ) and then read read read read read.
not hard.

My understanding is the primary reason you are unlikely to see HTML 5 video implemented anytime soon for web browsers on a site like Crunchyroll is the problem with implementing an reasonably effective DRM scheme. On a more "locked down" device like the iPad, this is less of an issue, especially if the video is supplied via an app that can exert additional control over what can be done with the stream.

Like it or not, most video content owners feel better believing their content is protected against easy casual copying.
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Posted 6/5/11 , edited 6/5/11
this may be a shock for you but. you can download every episode that crunchyroll has on sites all over the net.
right now.
flash can be copied . no..copy protection
and no don't anyone ......ask me. how. to copy flash......i am not going to tell you for obvious reasons.

the copy protection thats in use now. just sucks. i feel sorry for all the people that put out dvd's and anime for tv..
just to have it copied because they use flash. or just don't care.

so i would like to see copy protection in html5 and better protection for flash content, that is in use right now .so users cant copy.

that's why i am a premium member and watch anime here or buy the dvd
copying is steeling in my book

i think better protection from people that copy any content. is all ways good.
but for sure. html5 has lots of Standard's issues .not just copy protection .

i see .on the net the final release date for HTML5 is 2014


a cool read.... http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=10902
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Posted 6/5/11

godlikegohan wrote:

this may be a shock for you but. you can download every episode that crunchyroll has on sites all over the net.
right now.
flash can be copied . no..copy protection
and no don't anyone ......ask me. how. to copy flash......i am not going to tell you for obvious reasons.

the copy protection thats in use now. just sucks. i feel sorry for all the people that put out dvd's and anime for tv..
just to have it copied because they use flash. or just don't care.

so i would like to see copy protection in html5 and better protection for flash content, that is in use right now .so users cant copy.

that's why i am a premium member and watch anime here or buy the dvd
copying is steeling in my book

i think better protection from people that copy any content. is all ways good.
but for sure. html5 has lots of Standard's issues .not just copy protection .

i see .on the net the final release date for HTML5 is 2014


a cool read.... http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=10902

I was hoping you would pick up on something I said, but apparently it needs more emphasis:



Like it or not, most video content owners feel better believing their content is protected against easy casual copying.


I don't need to know how to download Flash streams, because I have a tool to do so. I've used it once or twice to capture OPs I could not find in decent resolution elsewhere, and to calculate the actual bitrate of streams.


For others reading this:

Don't bother PM'ing me asking me what that tool is, as I will not respond.

In any event, if you think it would allow you to download anime streamed from CR, you're only half right, as it does not capture the subs. It may make a great tool for those that pirate CR's content and then post it elsewhere with their own subs, but a lousy one for someone wanting compensate for a slow connection or placing the content on a non-networked device for later viewing.


Back to my response:

My point was that the companies that license content to CR are not going to agree to provide content if it as easy to copy as right clicking on the video and selecting download, or even as easy as your typical unprotected YouTube video, where a download option is only a plug-in away.

I think it is also fair to say the percentage of people that know how to download copy-protected Flash streams is much smaller than even the percentage that know how to copy commercial DVDs. Before you claim "everyone knows how to do that", I should point out I work as a computer tech, so I am in contact with your typical computer user on a daily basis. Yes, there are a significant percentage of people that not only don't know how to copy a protected video DVD, but didn't even know they were protected in the first place.

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Posted 6/5/11
i did understand what your saying ( companies that license content to CR are not going to agree to provide content )
and i think thats 100% right.
thats why i said ( i would like to see copy protection in html5 and better protection for flash content, )

i am sure you did read the link my post.and we are not the only ones. that would like copy protection for content in html5
they may say they are not going to put some type of DRM scheme into html5
but i am sure in the end they will have to. or force browsers or the media players to handle that job
this i not something me or you can solve
but html5 is here..in parts... its not going to be done till 2014
so we will just have to see what they come up with to fix this.
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Posted 6/7/11

godlikegohan wrote:

this i not something me or you can solve
but html5 is here..in parts... its not going to be done till 2014
so we will just have to see what they come up with to fix this.


This!
The Technology is still very new and very very young. Even bothering trying to ask for this is just silly. I think it's great that people are excited for HTML5 and want to see innovation on the web. We just are going to have to be patient and let this grow before it can be implimented to more streamline sites.
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