jQuery UI video widget Alternatives
- - VideoJS is the most popular Web-based & Self-Hosted alternative to jQuery UI video widget.
- - VideoJS is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to jQuery UI video widget.
Able Player is a fully accessible cross-browser media player. It uses the HTML5 <audio> or <video> element for browsers that support them, and (optionally) the JW Player as a fallback for those that don’t.
Able Player Features
The JW Player is an embeddable media player for web sites, supporting many commonly-used audio and video formats.
- - JW Player is the most popular Windows alternative to jQuery UI video widget.
- - JW Player is the most popular commercial alternative to jQuery UI video widget.
WordPress's most reliable, easy to use and feature-rich video player. Features responsive design, playlists, ads, stats, Vimeo, YouTube, S3, Cloudfront and CDN support. AB loop, speed controls.
- - FV Player is the most popular Android, Mac, iPhone, Linux, iPad & Android Tablet alternative to jQuery UI video widget.
FV Player Features
HTML5 video player with Flash and Silverlight fallbacks making it compatible with any browser.
Flowplayer is an online video platform for broadcasters, publishers, and media houses. It gives you top ranking ad fill rates and the best-of-breed live streaming.
A lightweight HTML5 video player which includes support for captions and screen reader accessibility. For details, read the blog post Introducing an Accessible HTML5 Video Player on the PayPal Engineering blog.
Accessible HTML5 Video Player Features
A few years ago, there was a new video player around, called SublimeVideo. It was a breeze to integrate, reliable, free to use and worked out of the box. Sadly, times change. Out of the blue, SublimeVideo has been bought by Dailymotion, all services have been discontinued on...
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SublimeVideo was bought by Dailymotion and integrated into Dailymotion's services: https://web.archive.org/web/20150510013917/http://docs.sublimevideo.net/dailymotion-acquisition-faq | afterglow is inspired by SublimeVideo.