IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

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IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

Post#1 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 4:26 am

I reinstalled IQS on Firefox and I'm having a trouble with IQS on upload.af and ClickenUpload. IQS works perfectly on Uploadx but whenever I try to use IQS on upload.af and ClickenUpload I get the IQS box at the top left comer of the screen as usual but i get this error "No video? Get the Divx Web Player for Windows or Mac" error.

I solved the problem by clicking on the icons next to the url in Firefox, then clicking "Disable protection for now" option. After I did this the video plays. Is there anyway of fixing this issue without having to disable protection on Firefox and is it safe to click "Disable protection for now" on Upload.af and ClickenUPload?

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Re: IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

Post#2 » Sun Sep 04, 2016 10:09 pm

We have nothing to do with the Hosts and cannot control them changing things to throw off our IQS. (This happens daily) We try to keep up but it is a never ending battle.
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Re: IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

Post#3 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 8:33 am

I do not have any problem using VLC or the download button with IQS.
But you could try just using the IceDivx to access the player.
On the front page right hand side under friends their is a ice cube and the words IceDivx
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or this link you could bookmark it http://www.icedivx.com/
Now when you open the IceFilms link to the source you want to watch then copy the URL,and go to that page and and enter it and it will generate the embedded player I.E. the IQS player. Which some people use if they don't want the hassle of installing the IQS script.
Other than that it would be prolly just the Divx Player.
Unsupported file format/codecs/something that just don't jive with Divx
You could try using VLC or any other player that will open a .m3u file type
VLC/Zoom Player/SM Player/ and I think Windows Media Player Classic(WMPC) tho I'm not 100% on WMPC
<But there are lots of players that will just search for it and pick one>
You will have to of course change you default open with for that file type on Windows. I don't know anything about MAC so you will have to figure that out on your own. If you don't know how again search for how to.
Hope this helps or gives you another option.


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meh
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Re: IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

Post#4 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 4:08 am

The IceDivx options works great so that is a great alternative to IQS. Thanks.

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Re: IQS and the "No Video? Get the Divx Web Player" error

Post#5 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 3:29 pm

Also another Fun Fact using this method will also remove dead sources.

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