10 Best jQuery and HTML5 Media Players
Back in the day, people used flash videos on their sites, since flash was pretty much the only option of showing videos. But now everyone wants a wider support for playing videos, supporting multiple audio and video formats, player lists, adjustable controls, auto aspact ratio video etc… All these features can be accessed by making the use of jQuery plugins and HTML5 in which you can provide means of using audio and video in simple ways. Check out our roundup of 10 best jQuery and HTML5 player tutorials below! Enjoy!
1. jQuery HTML5 Open Video Player (OVP)
Open Video Player (OVP) is an initiative encompassing the use of open standards, best practices, and established development methodologies in the development of media player applications.
2. LeanBack Player
Is a HTML5 Video Player with subtitle-support. It supports widely used desktop browsers and mobile devices. Support also IE6, IE7, IE8 and Safari (without Quicktime on windows).
Is one of open source and easy to use HTML5 jQuery video player. It has a play and pause button, also possible to set volume sound. Has the ability to skin, buffering, and full screen mode.
jQuery Fancybox and Flowplayer Integration Tutorial
5. jQuery UI Video Widget
The jQuery UI Video widget enhances your HTML5.
Is a jQuery plugin that implements YouTube Player API, and allows you to create your own controls and components for YouTube movies. In addition to jQuery, it also requires SWF Object for cross browser support.
7. jQuery Mp3 Player : julienMP3Player
jQuery plugin to embed an MP3 player (multi-track).
9. Music Player in jQuery
In this tutorial you create an amazing music player coded in xHTML and jQuery that made use of mouse gestures and hotkeys. You can click and drag with mouse to interact with interface’s music player or use directional keys and spacebar instead of mouse.
10. Open Source HTML5 Audio Player: Boombox.js
HTML5 introduces the audio element which offers a way to play audio natively in the browser. However the native controls are a little lacking in style. Thankfully HTML5 also brings Media Element API to interact with which allows us to skin an Audio object however we want.