Media & Flash

Report playing video or audio issue with Mac

When reporting a media issue happening on MacOS, on top of describing what is happening and where, we need more information to be able to follow up with it. Please visit the following site, copy paste its content and share it with us: GPU: vivaldi://gpu And could you visit the following links and tell us […]

Pop out Video

The Pop Out Video feature, also known as Picture-in-picture (PiP), allows you to display HTML5 videos in a floating window so that you can continue watching the video while scrolling down a page or changing tabs. To use this feature, right click on the video and select Picture-in-picture from the context menu. For certain sites, […]

HTML5 Proprietary Media on Linux

HTML5 “proprietary” audio and video includes all media types that are patented, such as MP4 (H.264/AAC). Under Linux, Vivaldi requires a suitable, third-party support file to play these. Testing support To test video support, load this page. The first video makes use of proprietary audio and video. If it does not play, a suitable, third-party […]

Enable Flash

Support for the Flash player is  being decreased step-by-step, with the end-of-life being scheduled for the end of 2020 (Adobe Blog). Please note that the Flash setting in Settings > Webpages > Plugins > Flash plugin does not enable Flash globally, but has to be enabled on a site with the site-specific settings. If you […]

Install Flash Player for Vivaldi

Vivaldi browser uses the Pepper version of Flash (PPAPI) that Chromium or Chrome uses. If you are noticing a “Couldn’t load plugin” or “You need to have the Adobe Flash Player to view this content” message in these browsers when you tried to view flash-content on web pages, then you have to install Pepper Flash, follow […]