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VideoJS is the default media player in Moodle 3.2 onwards. It is demonstrated in the screencast [https://youtu.be/h1fd-sgvK4o Media players].
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VideoJS is the default media player in Moodle. It is demonstrated in the screencast [https://youtu.be/h1fd-sgvK4o Media players].
  
 
To see how to add audio and video using the VideoJS players, see [[Audio]] and [[Video]].
 
To see how to add audio and video using the VideoJS players, see [[Audio]] and [[Video]].
  
 
VideoJS player settings, such as the supported video and audio file extensions, may be found in 'VideoJS player' in Site administration.
 
VideoJS player settings, such as the supported video and audio file extensions, may be found in 'VideoJS player' in Site administration.
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'''New in 3.5:''' VideoJS supports RTMP links. For information for site administrators on how to format this, see [https://github.com/videojs/video.js/blob/master/docs/guides/faq.md#q-how-can-i-play-rtmp-video-in-videojs How can I play RTMP video in VideoJS?]
  
 
[[File:Docs_AdminMediaPlayer.png|thumbnail|600px|center]]
 
[[File:Docs_AdminMediaPlayer.png|thumbnail|600px|center]]

Revision as of 10:36, 17 May 2018

VideoJS is the default media player in Moodle. It is demonstrated in the screencast Media players.

To see how to add audio and video using the VideoJS players, see Audio and Video.

VideoJS player settings, such as the supported video and audio file extensions, may be found in 'VideoJS player' in Site administration.

New in 3.5: VideoJS supports RTMP links. For information for site administrators on how to format this, see How can I play RTMP video in VideoJS?

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