Command-Line - w3m + mpv = magic
 
Using w3m’s external browser (SHIFT+M) shortcut set to “mpv  --vo=opengl --ao=alsa,” (--vo=drm for TTY), you can watch videos that  are embedded in the current URL. This is due to a combination of a  mobile user-agent (MP4 > FLV) and mpv using youtube-dl to hunt and  play videos or live streams. Therefore, this method will work with any  website that youtube-dl supports: https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/supportedsites.html.  Another thing to note, because of w3m now defaulting to a mobile  user-agent, I recommend duplicating the original config file for when  you need to load a website that may give you JavaScript errors (i.e.,  “w3m -config ~/.w3m/config-desktop”). I created an alias for this as  “w3m-desktop” to make things faster.

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