@ComLarsic I would expect if that does have widevine it is indeed not usable, given it's not from https://www.widevine.com/ Also those are really old builds of chromium (which itself doesn't come with widevine anyway, so that's confusing too). Basically, if it was acceptable to distribute the Widevine plug-in in this manner, then we'd already have it anyway, because Qt/Debian/Ubuntu/etc… would provide it too.