Have you ever gone through the error of ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ while streaming any video? This problem is frequently seen by users in chrome, Firefox, tor, and Waterfox! Well, here are all the reasons and solutions to this problem faced by live video streamers! Have a look at these and make your video streaming smooth!
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Why the ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ happen during streaming?
Well, the main culprit is HTML5. Its poor working causes live streamers to go through this error! This error may be due to the harmful cookies and cache that has been loaded while visiting a website. There may be harmful plug-ins in your browser that are not allowing the video to play!
How to solve ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’?
Right here are a few solutions to this frequently seen an error of ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’. We present here the solutions related to this error in all formats!
How to fix ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in Firefox?
Most often, Firefox users came across this error of ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ due to bad installment of Adobe Flash Player. So, download it from the official site and then install it.
Further, you must clear the whole cache and harmful cookies that have been loaded. A simple way is to log out from all the currently using website and clear the entire cache as well.
If you are using Windows, then these Windows do not have the feature of Media Player. So, you have to install the Media Feature Pack now.
If none of the solutions worked for you, then the final one is to reinstall the Firefox!
How to resolve ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in tor?
Well, in the tor browser, often the NoScript causes the media to be blocked by default method! What you have to do is to open the Security Settings. Click on Safest. In this way, you have enabled the media, and any video can be watched or played.
Ways to settle ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in chrome!
Well, often many users complain of ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in Firefox and Google Chrome as Google is smart enough to handle the situation! If you are a Firefox user, then switch to chrome, and you will have the solution. But if the problem seems to happen with chrome users, then the solution is quite conservative! You have to close all the tabs, clear the bad cache, and get rid of all the cookies and set it to default! You will no longer face the problem!
How to interpret ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in .mov player?
Well, this issue is also frequently asked! Often your windows settings are not set at Default. So, first, make sure to set the settings as default in movies and TV options. Further, you have to remove the whole history to ensure that player is not filled up!
If it has still not fixed, then you can go to the online converter. Now select the ‘convert a video file option’. Save the file in your desired location in .mov player. You will see your video being converted. Select the proper format for mp4. Then you would download the video. Your video is ready to be played on .mov player!
How to sort out ‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ in the waterfox software?
The waterfox and Firefox are Microsoft apps and not the chrome ones! So, closing all the tabs and clearing the cookies and cache would not help in resolving the issue! What you have to do is to check the installation of the waterfox software again. Check out that if your windows do not contain an appropriate Adobe Flash Player. Further, you can re-install the software as well.
Why I am seeing’No video with supported format, and MIME type found’ in chrome IIS express?
The most accurate answer is that either the webserver is not proposing the right MIME types. The solution is to open the IIS Manager! Now open the MIME Types and add the details. Under the option of File Name Extension, add WebM MIME Type: video/WebM, then repeat the procedure by typing ogv MIME Type: video/ogg. Also, you have to add mp4 MIME Type: video/mp4 under the File Name Extension bar. Problem solved!
‘No video with supported format and MIME type found’ is one of the major problems while streaming especially when you are on a live video chat with the audience. This problem is seen quite frequently with almost all the software you are using. An easy way is to clear up the history, cache, and cookies. Secondly, set the mp4 players in the Windows settings again! And you are no more stopped from live streaming! Yoohoo!