HTML5 media player is a jQuery CSS3 based HTML5 media player for streaming video and audio with a manageable player and playlist for webmasters.
The HTML5 media player allows you to drag and drop video clips to rearrange video order or playlist. Also your website users will have the option/navigation to skip or repeat certain video playback.
HTML5 media player Features:
• Support all HTML5 native videos, including MP4/H264, ogg/theora, WebM
• Support Flash fallback
• Rearrange playlist
• Video play controls
• Video Autoplay
• Loop/Repeat controls
• Video thumbnails
• iOS compatible
• Android compatible
• Customizable video size
• Customizable player size
• Premade player skins
• Elegant player themes
• Customizable video Bit Rate
• Customizable video Frame Rate
• Automatically generate video player embedding code
HTML5 media player Download & Installation
Both Windows and Mac versions are ready to download, download HTML5 media player here.
HTML5 media player Mac:
Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
HTML5 media player Windows:
Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP
HTML5 media player FAQs:
I am an evaluating user, hardly considering to acquire HTML5 media player, It looks great and helpful but when I make a test on IE 9, It asks for ActivateX component permission. I allowed it by the button which appears and it doesn't do anything. I allowed ActiveX through the browser preferences but simply can't play my video. So what can I do?
You can go to Internet Options >>Advanced tab, scroll down to the security section there should be an option “Allow active content to run in files on My Computer”. Please enable this option and make sure to restart your browser. This should allow your player for HTML5 run smoothly on your IE browser. Please note this happens only when you playing the local HTML5 players, it is because IE browser imposes higher security settings for the local content and intranet files. See the details here: IE blocks HTML5 Video Display
I have tried another video converter, but found that this HTML5 media player software takes longer when converting the same movies?
HTML5 media player is different from a general video converter. The conversion would take a bit longer than normal video conversion tools because it will convert the same video into three different HTML5 formats (webm, ogg and mp4) for maximum browser compatibility. Also a flash version will be generated for compatibility with old web browsers such as IE8 and earlier versions.
We tried your HTML5 media player, it's very nice, but I also found one problem, it seems not support IE 8, do you guys have a list of supported browsers including PC and tablets?
Almost all modern browsers should support the player for HTML5, such as Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari, etc. For those old browsers, such as Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions of other browser that do not support the html5 < video > element, the output videos and players are still playable on them, it is because this HTML5 media player has the Flash fallback function. When the old browser can't recognize the HTML5 video, the flash version of the video will be loaded and played automatically.
Most computers, tablets and mobile phones should support this HTML5 media player, as HTML5 is the new web standard. Here is a full list of all HTML5 player supported browsers and devices.