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Adaptive Bitrate Manifest Viewer in Chrome with OffiDocs

Adaptive Bitrate Manifest Viewer  screen for extension Chrome web store in OffiDocs Chromium



Avoid having to download the manifest file and then open in a text editor just to view it.

The extension works by blocking the download when the manifest is requested as the main url and then parses and displays it.

Some syntax highlighting and definition links to the ietf.

org draft documentation.

To download the manifest file, click on the source url at the top of the page.

Resources are linked in the manifest to make it easy to test the different parts.

You can test it out using a sample manifest url like https://bitdash-a.



m3u8 CHANGELOG =========== 2018-03-26 0.9.1 Fixed an issue where URIs with equal signs in them wouldn't get replaced.

2018-01-29 0.9.0 Added ability to handle MPEG Dash and SMIL formats as well.

Better handling of 404 and SSL certificate issues on manifest request.

Major contributions made by my friend Joe Greathead.

2017-12-18 0.8.5 Excluding a few more domains reportedly having issues with this extension.

2017-06-19 0.8.4 Fixed bug where URIs in tags were incorrectly hyperlinked.

2017-05-11 0.8.3 Excluding http://video-dev.



js/demo/ to avoid causing issues.

2017-05-04 0.8.2 added a few more tags to the pattern and definitions list.

Additional Information:

- Offered by Mike Grace
- Average rating : 4.67 stars (loved it)
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