A type representing the signature of a player event listener. This can be used by TypeScript implementations in order to safely type event listeners.
A type mapping player event listener names to their handler function signatures. This can be used by TypeScript implementations in order to safely type event listeners.
An enumeration describing general events sent from the Player.
To listen to events, use Player.addEventListener.
Indicates that the browser blocked unmuted playback. This behavior is based on the user's policy and can occur if the play request was made without a user gesture. To start playback, mute and play or wait for a user gesture.
Indicates that the buffer size changed. This can be caused by an addition to or removal from the buffer.
Indicates that source duration changed (or is available for the first time). This can occur after the
PlayerState.READY state, to indicate a change in the duration of the media.
This value can be set to Infinity or a large integer (
1 << 30) for streams of unknown or indefinite length.
Indicates that an error occurred. Errors are fatal and stop playback of the stream. The player moves into PlayerState.IDLE on fatal errors.
Indicates that the player was created.
Indicates that the player was muted or unmuted.
Indicates that a playback unavailable event occurred.
Indicates that playback is blocked from autoplaying; that is, without a user gesture. This event can fire when autoplay with sound is blocked or all autoplay is blocked. To start playback, mute and play, or wait for a user gesture.
Indicates that the playback rate changed.
Indicates that the playing quality changed from either a user action or an internal adaptive-quality switch.
Indicates that the player is buffering from a previous PlayerState.PLAYING state. Excludes user actions such as seeking, starting, or resuming the stream.
Indicates that the player seeked to a given position (as requested by Player.seekTo).
Indicates that a text cue was parsed from the stream.
Indicates that text metadata cues were parsed from the stream.
Indicates that the player position changed.
Indicates that the player volume changed. Volume value can be between 0 and 1, inclusive.
Indicates that the Player is buffering content and playback stopped.
Indicates that the Player reached the end of a video or a live stream ends.
Indicates that the Player is idle or paused. This is the initial state.
Indicates that the Player is playing.
Indicates that the Player is ready to play the loaded video or live stream.
A boolean indicating whether the player is supported by the browser. The player is only supported in environments which support WebAssembly (WASM).
Registers the Amazon IVS quality plugin with Video.js. No-op if already registered.
Once registered, you have access to the enableIVSQualityPlugin method on the Video.js object, which enables the quality UI toggle.
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