One file. Any browser. Same UI.
- Author: John Dyer http://j.hn/
- Website: http://mediaelementjs.com/
- License: MIT
- Meaning: Use everywhere, keep copyright, it'd be swell if you'd link back here.
- Thanks: my employer, Dallas Theological Seminary
- Contributors: all contributors
Table of Contents
- Installation and Usage
- API and Configuration
- Guidelines for Contributors
- Change Log
- TODO list
A complete HTML/CSS audio/video player built on top
MediaElement.js supports IE11+, MS Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, iOS 8+ and Android 4.0+.
It is strongly recommended to read the entire documentation and check the
demo folder to get the most out of this package. Visit here to start.
Installation and Usage
The full documentation on how to install
MediaElement.js is available at Installation.
A brief guide on how to create and use instances of
MediaElement available at Usage.
Additional features can be found at https://github.com/mediaelement/mediaelement-plugins.
API and Configuration
MediaElement.js has many options that you can take advantage from. Visit API and Configuration for more details.
Utilities/Features guide is available for development. Visit Utilities/Features for more details.
Guidelines for Contributors
If you want to contribute to improve this package, please read Guidelines.
A compilation of useful articles can be found here.
Changes available at Change Log.
For migrating mediaelement see Migration guide.
IMPORTANT: Before posting an issue, it is strongly encouraged to read the whole documentation since it covers the majority of scenarios exposed in prior issues.
New features and pending bugs can be found at TODO list.