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|Mirror of https://git.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git|
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|Hls.js||12,940||381||439||15 hours ago||1,685||September 21, 2022||176||other||TypeScript|
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|Mediamtx||6,624||12 hours ago||93||mit||Go|
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|Ant Media Server||3,739||2||5||9 hours ago||45||April 18, 2022||994||other||Java|
|Ant Media Server is a live streaming engine software that provides adaptive, ultra low latency streaming by using WebRTC technology with ~0.5 seconds latency. Ant Media Server is auto-scalable and it can run on-premise or on-cloud.|
|Restreamer||2,792||a month ago||47||apache-2.0||HTML|
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|Vidgear||2,601||1||4||4 months ago||18||July 05, 2022||3||apache-2.0||Python|
|A High-performance cross-platform Video Processing Python framework powerpacked with unique trailblazing features :fire:|
|HLS library for video.js|
One file. Any browser. Same UI.
A complete HTML/CSS audio/video player built on top
MediaElement.js. Many great HTML5 players have a completely separate Flash UI in fallback mode, but MediaElementPlayer.js uses the same HTML/CSS for all players.
MediaElement.js is a set of custom Flash plugins that mimic the HTML5 MediaElement API for browsers that don't support HTML5 or don't support the media codecs you're using.
Instead of using Flash as a fallback, Flash is used to make the browser seem HTML5 compliant and enable codecs like H.264 (via Flash) on all browsers.
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.
Since Sierra version,
autoplay policies have changed. You may experience an error if you try to execute
play programmatically or via
autoplay attribute with MediaElement, unless
muted attribute is specified.
For more information, read https://webkit.org/blog/7734/auto-play-policy-changes-for-macos/
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 mediaelement/mediaelement-plugins.
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.
If you want to contribute to improve this package, please read Guidelines.
NOTE: If you would like to contribute with translations, make sure that you also check mediaelement/mediaelement-plugins, and perform the
translations for the files suffixed as
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.