Google Chrome extension for viewing HLS
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Play HLS urls in-browser
Extension with an hls.js library from: https://github.com/dailymotion/hls.js Play the m3u8 links you click on and any m3u8 links you paste into the address bar. It works by transmuxing MPEG-2 Transport Stream and AAC/MP3 streams into ISO BMFF (MP4) fragments. This transmuxing could be performed asynchronously using Web Worker if available in the browser. hls.js also supports HLS + fmp4, as announced during WWDC2016 hls.js does not need any player, it works directly on top of a standard HTML<video>element.