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Thread: HTML5 player for Windows

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    Hi,

    We currently use a customised version of the OSMF Strobe Media Player that delivers both HLS and HDS streams to browsers on Windows, OSX, Android, i-Phone and i-Pad. The player works by trying HLS first and then falling back to HDS (Flash) if HLS doesn't work.

    We would like to move away from the use of Flash and use HTML 5 instead since all the major Windows browsers now support HTML 5, but the Wowza documentation says that HTML 5 is only supported via HLS on OSX and Safari browser. Is there any plan to support HTML 5 in IE, Firefox, Chrome or Opera on Windows OS?

    Regards

    Peter

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    Please review this guide:
    How to play video using the HTML5 video tag

    It contains the most recent information in regards to streaming with HTML5.

    Here is a useful HTML5 reference:
    State of HTML5 Report

    Regards,

    Salvadore
    Last edited by salvadore; 12-23-2015 at 06:01 AM. Reason: added missing link to guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvadore View Post
    Please review this guide:
    How to play video using the HTML5 video tag

    It contains the most recent information in regards to streaming with HTML5.

    Here is a useful HTML5 reference:
    State of HTML5 Report

    Regards,

    Salvadore
    I think the link to "How to play video using the HTML5 video tag" is missing.

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    Thanks Alan, I have updated my post to include the link.

    Salvadore

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