Amount Of Video Buffered Already By Client And Whole Duration Of Video
Jun 28, 2011
I have a video gallery with a bigger div with width 500 pixels where the main video is waiting to be played and below is a smaller div with all the others videos from the gallery having width of 80 pixels.The list of video are managed by a content management system in PHP and are the result of youtube "Share Embed action" where the result is an iframe with the link for the video.How can i clicking on a video from the smaller div see the video being displayed in the bigger div ? already playing? or in a new layer above the website ?For now the video plays in the div it is located at.As an example here is the source video format :
It is a client-server system: in the server is installed Apache, while the clients are PCs where only a web browser (IE) is running, connected to the server via Wi-Fi.
I have the following problem: I want to show in the clients some videos (huge files); therefore I would kike to avoid to download them everytime from the server (in order to not overload the Wi-fi network). The client should call a php page from the server, but the video file should be downloaded from the own (client) HD.
so that when you click on the thumbnails it also displays the video description underneath the video, a count, i.e. 1 of 3 etc. and previous and next buttons. Should I be using another plugin or is there a way with this one?
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#### below is the video player #### <div id='videoPlayback' style='width: 425px; height:344px;'> <!-- <div style='width: 425px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; margin-top: 10px;'> -->
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