I have a problem displaying "some" videos in IE10, and I cannot figure out why. (Fully patched Win7 Ultimate, IE10,
I can watch videos on YouTube all day long, as well as many other sites, but occasionally, I will only see a blank area where the video should be. This has happened since at least IE9, and I had hoped IE10 was going to fix it. I have tried all the fixes I have found on the web, but none of them have worked. These videos always seem to work just fine in Chrome.
A perfect example is the IE11 MDSN site I just pulled up (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2013/09/18/ie11-release-preview-for-windows-7-30-faster-than-other-browsers-and-even-more-support-for-web-standards.aspx?loc=zTS1z&prod=zIEz&tech=zOttechz&prog=zOTprogz&type=zBLz&media=zOTmediaz&country=zUSz). I see a blank area where the video should be, and the link works perfectly in Chrome.
When in Chrome, I copy the URL for the video on Youtube, and it dispalys fine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=S97t6uEY8BI
Does this have to do with how the video is embedded? Is this "broken" or a settings issue? I think this is all about Adobe Flash, but uninstalling and reinstalling Flash does not help either.