Seek on PlaylistItem not work on flash player
posted Aug 28, 2014 12:09PM EDT
Hello, we're trying to use playlist with seek button for every item of playlist. We use a playlist with more files and the user can go to a specific file and second clicking a button that call: jwplayer()...
HTML5 fallback when flash out of date and disabled by browser
posted Aug 27, 2014 12:12PM EDT
I'd like to do HTML5 playback when a user's flash is out of date, rather than display the browser's native "flash out of date ->" button. ——> Is there a defined way to do this? The setupError event is not...
Seeking to a position in non-integer seconds (assuming sufficient keyf...
posted Aug 26, 2014 04:56AM EDT
api for j2ee application
posted Aug 25, 2014 03:29AM EDT
we are using java j2ee techonology, can i get api support via java instead of php. we want to integrate jwplayer to our site
How to check if jwplayer is playing with HTML5 or flash using javascri...
posted Aug 25, 2014 02:29AM EDT
posted Aug 24, 2014 01:16PM EDT
Thank you for your player. I have a couple of general observations about your support section which I hope you will find useful: 1) Most question threads are not useful. I have found many question threads...
Know the amount of time someone is watching the video
posted Aug 21, 2014 12:54PM EDT
Hi everyone! I would like to know if your player has an API that allows to know the amount of time someone is watching the video ?
Starting with a time offset in mobile phone
posted Aug 20, 2014 03:13AM EDT
hi I know time offset won't work in mobile phone for video. But will it work for audio only player? I also won't need it to switch to full screen mobile after pressing the play button (e.g in iPhone) Le...
API 'onMeta' check bandwidth? kbps?
posted Aug 19, 2014 11:46PM EDT
Starting playback in mp4 file at a point other than the beginning Safa...
posted Aug 19, 2014 03:04PM EDT
I am switching between synchronized video files based on the current playhead time. Things work great on Chrome and Firefox, but on Safari the loaded file always starts at the beginning. I am using strictly htm...