HTML Audio/Video DOM seekable Property
Get the first seekable range (part) of the video in seconds:
alert("Start: " + myVid.seekable.start(0)
+ " End: " + myVid.seekable.end(0));
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Definition and Usage
The seekable property returns a TimeRanges object.
The TimeRanges object represents ranges of the audio/video that are available for seeking for user.
A seekable range is a time-range of audio/video where the user can seek (move playback position) to.
For non-streaming videos it is often possible to seek anywhere in the video even before it has been buffered.
The seekable property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: This property is not supported in Internet Explorer 8 and earlier.
|TimeRanges Object||Represents the seekable parts of the audio/video.
TimeRanges Object Properties:
Note: The first seekable range is index 0
HTML Audio/Video DOM Reference
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