A HTML5 video player which will allow you to define a playlist with sections of the video. Each playlist item will target an interval from the video.
Time Intervals for your video
You can define, in the player playlist, time intervals for the video you are playing.
The plugin can be used in websites which are responsive. Optional parameter to disable responsive behavior in order to integrate it in non-responsive websites.
It is compatible with IOS and Android operating systems.
Playlist with 3 versions
You can show the playlist thumb title & description or hide one of them. Also parameters for playlist size and color.
YouTube, Vimeo and Self-Hosted support
It plays YouTube, Vimeo and Self-Hosted video files. For YouTube and Vimeo, all you need to use is the video ID
You have the option to search the playlist. The results will be displayed as you type the search term.
Any Color for Controls
You can define any color for the controls. Also, from parameters you can create any color scheme, having the possibility to integrate it in any design.
Button to show or hide the playlist. Also option to load the player with the playlist hidden.
You can share your video player on Facebook and Twitter. Parameters to customize the share title and description.
Available button to download the current playing file (ONLY for Self-Hosted videos). You have the option to hide the download button.
You can define a logo in the top & left corner. Also, option to set the link and target_self or _blank.
Option to shuffle the playlist.
In addition you have over 70 parameters from where you can customize your player. Therefore it includes: autoplay, initial volume, playlist, categories and color parameters.
Notes for IOS/Android (restrictions imposed by Apple/Google):
– it autoplays on IOS/Android only if the video is muted. When you set autoPlayOnMobile:true, the video will mute automatically for mobile devices.
– Starting with Safari 11 and Chrome 66 the autoplay will not work because Apple & Google disabled autoplay feature and it can’t be controlled from JS. It autoplays only if the video is muted
– Starting with the version 66 of Firefox, autoplay was blocked, but you can revert to the old behavior, when autoplay was allowed.