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As I mentioned in the comments, you can use IP webcam apps on Play Store and then turn your mobile easily into a webcam and record your computer's screen using a video recording software. This way you can rely on your computer's memory instead of your mobile's storage(which is limited in most cases). Now you can use your phone as a webcam peripheral device ...
You should be able to do it quite easily if you have installed the correct drivers on your computer. If you want to do it wireless, AirDroid (http://web.airdroid.com/) can be a solution.
If the problem is only with embedded videos, just click on the link to the actual video on Youtube. Or try long pressing on it to get the link to the video URL.
Try this app. I don't know how this app does it but worked for me in my Galaxy Core for palying 720p video smoothly which never played in MX Player or VLC. Anyways give it a try! Video Player Ultimate(HD)
It took me ages to work this out, but to play one movie in sync on two tablets download an app called gplayer. After that: hold down on video you want to play and click "add into share list" go across to share and select the second device also do this on the second device but obviously select the the other device on the second device click the shared video ...
I think this could be a problem with just any video player, and not limited to the ones mentioned in the question. Also, since CM12 is mentioned, I've assumed that the device is rooted. Note: Solution working on CM12. I wouldn't rely or bother to change every single video player's settings I've got. If I'm in a dark room and don't want any video player ...
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