RANGES - Video Player With Multiple Intervals


+ Time Intervals for your video - You can define, in the player playlist, time intervals for the video you are playing.
+ Responsive Design - The plugin can be used in websites which are responsive. Optional parameter to disable responsive behavior in order to integrate it in non-responsive websites.
+ Mobile Compatible - It is compatible with IOS and Android operating systems.
+ Playlist with 3 versions - You can show the playlist thumb title & description or hide one of them. Also parameters for playlist size and color.
+ YouTube, Vimeo and Self-Hosted support - It plays YouTube, Vimeo and Self-Hosted video files. For YouTube and Vimeo, all you need to use is the video ID.
+ Playlist Search - You have the option to search the playlist. The results will be displayed as you type the search term.
+ Any Color for Controls - You can define any color for the controls. Also, from parameters you can create any color scheme, having the possibility to integrate it in any design.
+ Show/Hide Playlist - Button to show or hide the playlist. Also option to load the player with the playlist hidden.
+ Share - You can share the radio player on Facebook and Twitter.
+ Download Option - Available button to download the current playing file (ONLY for Self-Hosted videos). You have the option to hide the download button.
+ Playlist Search - You have the option to search the playlist. The results will be displayed as you type the search term.
+ Shuffle - Option to shuffle the playlist.
+ Multiple Parameters - In addition you have over 70 parameters from where you can customize your player. Therefore it includes: autoplay, initial volume, playlist, categories and color parameters.

Notes for IOS (restrictions imposed by Apple):
– it autoplays on IOS/Android only if the video is muted. When you set autoPlayOnMobile:true, the video will mute automatically for mobile devices.
– Starting with Safari 11 and Chrome 66 the autoplay will not work because Apple & Google disabled autoplay feature and it can’t be controlled from JS. It autoplays only if the video is muted
– Starting with the version 66 of Firefox, autoplay was blocked, but you can revert to the old behavior, when autoplay was allowed.

+ You'll find detailed video tutorials in the help documentation

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