From Marc Hoyois:
This extension adds contextual menu items to links and HTML5 media elements (fig. 1) that allow you to download a media resource, open it in the QuickTime Player application, or view it on an Apple TV (or any compatible AirPlay device). It also provides a toolbar button to stop playback on the Apple TV (fig. 2).
What's new in this version:
- Prevents websites from overriding the native contextual menu on media elements
- Vector graphics for the toolbar button
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