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Strollin' around
Status: New idea

If it's possible, you should give your built-in Media Player in Firefox because I use it more often than my VLC media player installed (the UI when you're trying to play a media file via Firefox) a revamp!

For MIME/Audio: You should give a shuffle, playlist, Visualization, etc. (and If playing an audio, you should add an option to:

  * auto-add all audio files in the same directory/folder as the one that's playing to a playlist, or
  * Play the single file only.

For MIME/Video: You should add support in Firefox to play .m3u8 files natively (in Desktop) (I needed an extension just to play it) (because If I'm not wrong, Firefox Mobile is only the one who supports it)

Making moves

Samsung browser and banana browsers have their own media ui and controls..firefox should also provide similar experience to mobile devices

Strollin' around

I believe Firefox should be at least half as good as VLC

Making moves

Firefox should have a built-in video player

Firefox should have a built-in video player. Users can use the built-in video player when choosing whether or not to play videos from web pages in the settings. If you're going to develop this feature that I've proposed, I'd like to be able to benchmark it against PotPlayer. Your built-in player should have a wealth of customization features, as well as AI frame insertion and other features that can enhance the image quality and smoothness of the video. You can consider existing open-source video players and integrate them into Firefox. In addition, your video player should have a stronger function to control the video playback speed, the fastest website can only play at 2 times the speed, but I hope your video player can be faster, such as 4 times the speed, 8 times the speed

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(Note: similar ideas have been merged into this thread)