If a file contains both audio and video the following restrictions apply:
The files may not contain a complex edit list because that will cause most browsers to misbehave. If an edit list is included it must have exactly one segment which spans the entire duration of the video stream. Edit lists are sometimes embedded in the video file by editing software if the file has been edited.
The ProgressivePlayer can detect most types of common encoding errors and compensate for them to always maintain frame accuracy.
Although Accurate Player supports all of the formats listed above, these are the general guidelines that we usually recommend for best performance.
When it comes to resolution, bit rate and frame rate it's more important to think about the individual use case and the limitations for the container format.
Accurate Player supports frame accurate playback of variable frame rate videos for progressive download, the same video formats are supported as for constant frame rate videos.
DRM encryption will make it impossible to compensate for encoding errors within the stream, therefore correctly packaged material is key to guarantee frame accuracy.
A set of default hotkeys can be activated by enabling the HotkeyPlugin.
The core player is extendable with plugins to activate more advanced features. A few examples is:
The complete list of plugins and API documentation can be found here.
Accurate Player is built primarily for professional users working in a desktop environment. The list below is what we officially support, although the player might be partially compatible with other platforms as well.
Latest stable version and the previous version of the following browsers:
Operating systems might affect the browsers native behavior, which is why we recommend always using the latest stable version of Windows or OS X.
AbrPlayer is based on Shaka Player, see their Browser support matrix for more information.
* In supported browsers