Only Youtube is affected on both Firefox and Safari. Version 50.0.2661.75 m. –Chloe Apr 20 at 19:54 @Chloe works for Chrome 50.0.2661.86 on Yosemite. –David Apr 25 at 22:49 1 Try removing --audio-buffer-size=2048 from the command line Please type your message and try again. That's a sign OS X has goofed. http://zenlinux.org/no-sound/no-sound-on-google-chrome-windows-10.html
The volume indicator is next to the HD button on any video on Vimeo. Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a daily basis. And the solution is to remove one of them. Language: English Mature content filter: None Register Help Remember Me?
And who are »they«? That was the cause of my recent problems. –Chloe Apr 26 at 19:42 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Here, the best thing to do is to reset both your Mac and your Bluetooth device to see if this solves the problem. Audio settings already set on internal speakers but no sound in Safari, but works on everything else.
Leif Eriksen 3 years ago And yes, the volume is turned up. but i'm taking notes for reference. This conversation is missing your voice. Google Chrome Plugins This lets you know that your PRAM has been fully reset.
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Link: vimeo.com/82994750 Tommy Penner Staff 3 years ago That workaround only works with Chrome for Windows. this contact form Change System Preferences Go to System Preferences-> sound and put the tick on “Show volume in menu bar” Terminal Commands Run terminal and type sudo killall coreaudiod Use a Bootable USB DT Digital Trends DT Digital Trends Product Reviews Phones TVs Laptops Cars Games Tablets Headphones Cameras Desktops Speakers Appliances Wearables More Reviews News Mobile Computing Home Theater Gaming Cars Photography Home This DID work.Browse to /Library/Application Support/Google/You may see some extra files.../Chrome//GoogleTalkPlugin.app/GoogleVoiceAndVideoUninstaller.appIf you have this installed: GoogleTalkPlugin.appRun this: GoogleVoiceAndVideoUninstaller.appOn running that app, it removed a long-forgotten Google Voice tool that had hooks Plugins Chrome
They are on their way. Try setting your sound to "Internal Speakers." While you are at it, glance at the volume bar below and make sure that your Output volume is turned up at least part Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: No sound from YouTube when in Chrome Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 02-04-2015,01:09 PM #1 weissman View Profile View have a peek here Now it won't play on Chrome, which is up to date.What next, terminal shell?
Yesterday it was fine. Shockwave Flash Can’t adjust volume for speakers. Important Links: Community Guidelines : Use the reputation system if you've been helped.
I believe so because the same problem is persistent with HTML5 videos (note, that this is even after disabling all the Flash plugins). Re: Updated to new flash player and now no sound (mac) alevkoff Nov 14, 2014 4:34 PM (in response to jeromiec83223024) Hi Jerome,I am having the same problem. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 21. Adobe Flash Player For Mac It says Safari is not supported in that version, so I can no longer watch YouTube in Safari - and please don't tell me to update my OS, I have reasons
Will try Safari. Re: Updated to new flash player and now no sound (mac) jeromiec83223024 Nov 25, 2014 11:34 AM (in response to alevkoff) The bug is open to the video team, but without Depending on your setup, you may find this audio problem occurs every time you restart your computer. Check This Out Also, FYI, In Safari 5.1.10, which is Snow Leopard and still supported by Apple, YouTube no longer will launch.