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You could try downloading them first (right click-> save as) and then try to play them with your preferred player. If that doesn't do the trick try downloading and installing the K-lite codec pack. It fixes 99% of the codec related problems and has a player that plays almost anything. (though I'm not sure whether there is a Linux version available)

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