X
HOME HTML CSS JAVASCRIPT SQL PHP JQUERY XML ASP.NET MORE...
REFERENCES | EXAMPLES | FORUM | ABOUT

HTML Audio/Video DOM buffered Property

HTML audio Tag Reference HTML Audio/Video DOM Reference

Example

Get the first buffered range (part) of the video in seconds:

myVid=document.getElementById("video1");
alert("Start: " + myVid.buffered.start(0)
+ " End: " + myVid.buffered.end(0));

Try it Yourself »

Definition and Usage

The buffered property returns a TimeRanges object.

The TimeRanges object represents the user's buffered ranges of the audio/video.

A buffered range is a time-range of buffered audio/video. The user gets several buffered ranges if he/she skips in the audio/video.


Browser Support

Internet Explorer Firefox Opera Google Chrome Safari

The buffered property is supported in all major browsers.

Note: This property is not supported in Internet Explorer 8 and earlier.


Syntax

audio|video.buffered

Return Value

Type Description
TimeRanges Object Represents the buffered parts of the audio/video.

TimeRanges Object Properties:

  • length - get the number of buffered ranges in the audio/video
  • start(index) - get the start position of a buffered range
  • end(index) - get the end position of a buffered range

Note: The first buffered range is index 0



HTML audio Tag Reference HTML Audio/Video DOM Reference

Your suggestion:

Close [X]

Thank You For Helping Us!

Your message has been sent to W3Schools.

Close [X]
Search w3schools.com:

WEB BUILDING

Download XML Editor FREE Website BUILDER Free HTML5 Templates FREE Website Templates Free HTML Templates

SHARE THIS PAGE

facebook