[ I edited this topic, because I found that we can make it simpler for everyone to re-test ]
If I install Qt 4.7.4 with QtWebKit 2.0.2 (built for Visual Studio 2008) I immediately run one of the delivered examples (e.g. the Fancy Browser) which uses the QtWebKit. Then I browse to "http://www.html5test.com":http://www.html5test.com and I get (among others) these results
20/31 video points
20/20 audio points
19/20 web application points
Okay, cool so far.
I did the very same with Qt 4.8 RC1 and the included QtWebKit 2.2 (built for Visual Studio 2010), I get these results:
0/31 video points
0/20 audio points
15/20 web application points (the 4 points less are caused by missing support for 'Custom content handlers')
So, no audio and video support with the new version?!
A colleague could reproduce the problem: He only installed Qt 4.8 Rc1, so it can not be caused by a parallel installation of 4.7.4 and the 4.8 RC1.
Some things I tried:
- I thought that there may be some missing DLLs in the 4.8 Rc1's bin-folder, but when I compared the bin-folders of 4.7.4 and 4.8 Rc1 I saw that the DLLs are the same (they obviously differ in size).
- I built the DLLs with the sources of 4.7.4 and of 4.8 Rc1 myself (in both cases with Visual Studio 2010) and I have the same behaviour: everything fine with 4.7.4, but no audio and video support with 4.8 Rc1.
Can you reproduce this?
Any suggestions under which topic I should/create an Issue? It would be interesting if this is an installation/delivery issue of Qt 4.8 Rc1 or if this is an QtWebKit related issue...