Tl;Dr - The Question:  What is the right way to handle streaming a video file to an html5 video player with Node.js so that the video controls continue to work?  I think it has to do with the way that the headers are handled. Anyway, here's the...
How can I change a video's source using JS?  <video id="myVideoTag" width="670" height="377" autoplay="true" controls="controls">     <source src="http://www.test.com/test.mp4" type='...
I want to capture a frame from video every 5 seconds.   This is my JavaScript code:  video.addEventListener('loadeddata', function() {     var duration = video.duration;     var i = 0;      var interval = setInterval(function() {         vi...
I was wondering why some javascript of mine would not work until I figured that the audio events did not bubble up the DOM tree, e.g. the timeupdate-event.  Is there a rationale for not letting the events of the audio- and video-tag bubble?...
I've found how to pause and play the video using jquery  $("video").get(0).play(); $("video").get(0).pause();   But I can't find the mute button, if there isn't a jquery solution, I'm fine with just an onclick js sol...
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 need some help with Youtube API and embeded videos. I want to stop video when clicked on some element (div,link,td etc.). I am trying to get it work just for 1 video now, but the final function of this script should be to stop all videos loaded on...
PROBLEM:  WebRTC gives us peer-to-peer video/audio connections. It is perfect for p2p calls, hangouts. But what about broadcasting (one-to-many, for example, 1-to-10000)?   Lets say we have a broadcaster "B" and two attendees "A1", &#...
I would like to display a video from a Javascript Blob/File object in the HTML5 video tag.  This code only works for small videos :   var reader = new FileReader(); reader.onload = function(e) {     document.getElementById("video").src=reader...
Is there a way to determine the intended frame rate of content playing in the html video element?  Does the video element even know the intended FPS or frame count, or does it simply "guess" (maybe 24fps) and play at the guessed speed?  Here...

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