WP Marketing » Tag: video buffering - Recent Posts http://wpmarketing.org/forum/tags/video-buffering Wordpress for Internet and Affiliate Marketing en-US Mon, 01 Sep 2014 04:13:22 +0000 http://bbpress.org/?v=1.0.2 <![CDATA[Search]]> q http://wpmarketing.org/forum/search.php hanadaddy on "Firefox -mediaelement.js video buffer fully loads before play" http://wpmarketing.org/forum/topic/firefox-mediaelementjs-video-buffer-fully-loads-before-play#post-557 Sat, 23 Jun 2012 17:53:59 +0000 hanadaddy 557@http://wpmarketing.org/forum/ <p>Hello. Thank you for using my plugin.<br /> In fact, I have experienced similar problem. I heard that you also need to run qt-faststart to move video metadata into the first section of the video, so the player can show them right away without full downloading the movie. For my case, qt-faststart did work and the video started when only the first few seconds of the file was downloaded.</p> <p>Not sure if this the case for you since you mentinoed other FLV players were working fine with progressive download . But check out my post on this issue and try for yourself.</p> <p><a href="http://wpmarketing.org/forum/topic/hana-flv-player-supported-video-types-flv-h264mp4#post-532" rel="nofollow">http://wpmarketing.org/forum/topic/hana-flv-player-supported-video-types-flv-h264mp4#post-532</a> </p> rjh on "Firefox -mediaelement.js video buffer fully loads before play" http://wpmarketing.org/forum/topic/firefox-mediaelementjs-video-buffer-fully-loads-before-play#post-556 Sat, 23 Jun 2012 06:18:33 +0000 rjh 556@http://wpmarketing.org/forum/ <p>I am using Firefox 12.0. I use Hana FLV player v2.9.3 and it works great with FLV as the video buffer fills as the video plays. I am unable to replicate this behaviour with the HTML5 Mediaelement.js player (option 5), as the video has to be fully loaded into the buffer before it starts to play. Some the videos are quite long and it is unacceptable to wait quite a time before play starts. I notice on the <a href="http://mediaelementjs.com/" rel="nofollow">http://mediaelementjs.com/</a> the video does play as the buffer fills, so I'm sure it is possible.<br /> I have found that this topic has been raised before, but no solution was given.<br /> Here is a typical example of the settings I use:</p> <p>[hana-flv-player<br /> video="http://www.mysite.com/video/videofile.mp4"<br /> width="320"<br /> height="240"<br /> description="Video Clip"<br /> clickurl=""<br /> clicktarget=""<br /> player="5"<br /> autoplay="false"<br /> loop="false"<br /> autorewind="true"<br /> splashimage="http://www.mysite.com/video/start_frame.jpg"<br /> /] </p>