You can use bower (
bower install videojs-vimeo), npm (
npm install videojs-vimeo) or the source and build it using
npm run build. Then, the only file you need is dist/Vimeo.min.js.
vjs4 if you still using old VideoJS
See the examples folder for more
Including the script Vimeo.min.js will add the Vimeo as a tech. You just have to add it to your techOrder option. Then, you add the option src with your Vimeo URL.
It supports every regular Video.js options. Additionally, you can change any Vimeo parameter. Here is an example of setting the
iv_load_policy parameter to
controls is already a Video.js option, to use the Vimeo controls, you must set the
Thanks to Steve Heffernan for the amazing Video.js and to John Hurliman for the original version of the Vimeo tech
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