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onloadeddata Event

❮ Event Object

Example

Execute a JavaScript when data for the current frame is available (for <video>):

<video onloadeddata="myFunction()">
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Definition and Usage

The onloadeddata event occurs when data for the current frame is loaded, but not enough data to play next frame of the specified audio/video.

During the loading process of an audio/video, the following events occur, in this order:

  1. onloadstart
  2. ondurationchange
  3. onloadedmetadata
  4. onloadeddata
  5. onprogress
  6. oncanplay
  7. oncanplaythrough

Browser Support

The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the event.

Event
onloadeddata Yes 9.0 Yes Yes Yes


Syntax

In HTML:

<element onloadeddata="myScript">
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In JavaScript:

object.onloadeddata = function(){myScript};
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In JavaScript, using the addEventListener() method:

object.addEventListener("loadeddata", myScript);
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Note: The addEventListener() method is not supported in Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions.


Technical Details

Bubbles: No
Cancelable: No
Event type: Event
Supported HTML tags: <audio> and <video>
DOM Version: Level 3 Events

More Examples

Example

Execute a JavaScript when data for the current frame is available (for <audio>:

<audio onloadeddata="myFunction()">
Try it Yourself »

❮ Event Object