Open Standard Media (OSM) Player is an all-in-one media player for the web. It is an industry changing, open source (GPLv3) media player that is written in jQuery to dynamically deliver any type of web media, including HTML5, YouTube, Vimeo, and Flash.
Best jQuery Video & Audio Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
ytPlayer is a feature-rich, “Chromeless” YouTube player solution designed to help webmasters create a custom YouTube player.
The ytPlayer offers a full array of script-ready options, methods, and functions to help you control and interact with the player. Options for ytPlayer include playlists, playlist categories, shuffle, repeat, fullscreen, a jQuery plugin, a right-click context menu with playback controls and playlist, and more.
Today we continue jQuery lessons, and will talk about adding customizable player for audio or video files to our website. This new plugin (jPlayer) pretty well: allow us play media files, pause, change volume, it even have all necessary controls (which you can see in any media player). Also it allow us to change all its styles (all styles of interface loceted in single css file). More, it support HTML5 and able to work quite in all possible browsers. Here are supported formats of media files: mp3, ogg, m4a, m4v, ogv, wav etc.
In this tutorial you will create a jQuery plugin which uses YouTube’s chromeless player, and creates our own set of minimalistic controls. The supported controls include a Play, Pause and Replay button – and also a clickable progress bar.
OIPlayer inits and controls the video- or audioplayer made by modern browsers with the html5 video- or audiotag. It was developed for the Open Images Platform. It features a fallback mechanism and enables the use of three players in a generic way. It sifts through the sources inside the media tag to find a suitable player, replaces the mediatag with itself and enables some generic controls. Is supports the html5 media-tag itself, the Java applet Cortado for the ogg media format (ogv, oga) for browsers that have Java but don’t support the html5 media-tags and a Flash player, in this case FlowPlayer for (mp4, h.264, flv).
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.
Use the power of jQuery and the handy last.fm records plugin to create a showcase of your favourite music on your website. We’ll install the plugins to fetch the information from the Last.fm website, then style up the design with a cool retro vinyl record theme.