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===Other media tests=== ===Other media tests===
-'''Note:''' Embedded media requires a plugin but direct links to media files can be opened in a "helper" application if no plugin is enabled for the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIME_type MIME type] of the downloaded file.+'''Note:''' You need a plugin for embedded media on webpages but direct links to media files can be opened in a "helper" application, if no plugin is set to handle the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIME_type MIME type].
*Direct links to Real Media files: [https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/public/diagnostics/realtest.rm realtest.rm] at courses.worldcampus.psu.edu; [http://www.cwdjr.net/video7/Roscoe.rm Roscoe.rm] at www.cwdjr.net; [http://www.slp3d.com/ram/slp3d.ram slp3d.ram] at www.slp3d.com *Direct links to Real Media files: [https://courses.worldcampus.psu.edu/public/diagnostics/realtest.rm realtest.rm] at courses.worldcampus.psu.edu; [http://www.cwdjr.net/video7/Roscoe.rm Roscoe.rm] at www.cwdjr.net; [http://www.slp3d.com/ram/slp3d.ram slp3d.ram] at www.slp3d.com
*Direct link to [http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/knowledgecenter/media/c4611_sample_explain.pdf sample PDF file] at adobe.com *Direct link to [http://www.adobe.com/support/products/enterprise/knowledgecenter/media/c4611_sample_explain.pdf sample PDF file] at adobe.com

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You can see what plugins are installed and enabled by visiting these pages (see also about:plugins):

You can test your plugins to see if they are working by visiting the pages listed below.

Contents

Embedded media

The embedded media on these pages require a plugin:

Other media tests

Note: You need a plugin for embedded media on webpages but direct links to media files can be opened in a "helper" application, if no plugin is set to handle the MIME type.

Open media

The following pages use HTML5 to embed audio and video in supported browsers such as Firefox and SeaMonkey 2, without needing a plugin (otherwise, Flash is used). Direct links to "open media" files (OGG and WebM) are also included.

See also