Hey all. I know this might be a question asked before, but I cant find any posts about is using MRoogle. So here I am to ask for help. I know its possible to watch Youtube vids using H.264 MP4 codec instead of flash. As most of the videos I watch are recent uploads (last year or so) they have SQ and HQ H.264 version available. As Flash eats up system resources worse then anything I can think of at the moment, I am trying to find a way to force the videos to play in MP4 format. I know ClicktoFlash has this option for Safari, but I am trying to find out if there are any other ways to do this without user input (for playlists). I use YousableTubeFixURL for Chrome and Firefox which has the option to do this, but no matter what option I choose, it always plays using Flash. I know FF doesnt have a built in MP4 player, but I though I heard of a way to get VLC or Quicktime to play it. So is this actually possible or am I dreaming? If anyone could help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. PS I know I can sign up for the HTML5beta, but I know it will causes issues with some of my GreaseMonkey scripts. PSS As someone has already made this mistake, I will clearly say that I am aware of ClicktoFlash, but seeing as it doesn't support Chrome/Chromium or Firefox, it is not an option for me.