With the release of OSX High-Sierra*, one of the new features in Safari is that videos on websites will not auto play anymore and scripts can't start it either, just like on iOS. As a user, I like the feature, but as a developer it puts a probl...
I've looked through a couple of questions to find out if an HTML5 element is playing, but can't find the answer. I've looked at the W3 documentation and it has an event named "playing" but I can't seem to get it to work.  Th...
I am designing a custom HTML5 video player. Thus, it will have its own custom slider to mimic the video progress, so I need to understand the entire buffering shebang of a HTML5 video.  I came across this article: Video Buffering. It says that the bu...
I am building a website with HTML5-<video> in fullscreen background. There are pages in shape of <div>s becoming visible with SWF-container player in them that cause serious CPU performance issues when both media play. So I want to add a...
I have a function that plays a video when I click on the poster image displayed in the player and it seems to work :  var video = document.getElementById('player'); video.addEventListener('click',function(){     video().play(); },fals...
Is HTML5 <video> tag be play video in reverse, or I have to download 2 videos (forward and backword play). Any solution that avoid user from downloading 2 videos?...
I have an html 5 video which i remove the control buttons and added a js code in order for the user to play the video when the video is clicked. What I need to do is to bind an additional script that will redirect the page after the video plays witho...
While watching a netflix video on a Netflix site, my goal is to have a userscript invoke the playback controls programmatically. Specifically, the volume, level, play/pause state, and time position of the video.  I've been able to manipulate the...
I have a number of videos playing one by one in the same HTML5 video player  HTML  <video id="homevideo" width="100%" autoplay autobuffer>     <source src="app/video1.mp4" type='video/mp4' /> </video>...
How can I check if the browser support HTML5 file upload (FormData object)?  var fd = new FormData();   Following the answer from this post, but the code does not return correct answer about the browser,  window.onload = function() {  if (!!window.Fi...

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