Opera: HTML5 Media Support in Opera Presto 2.12

Last update
September 26, 2013

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WebVTT

Current W3C reference:
WebVTT
Documentation last updated at:
Living Standard 2012-06-28
Support information:
As of the last update, the living standard was fully supported.

HTMLVideoElement support

Attribute name Support
width Yes
height Yes
videoWidth Yes
videoHeight Yes
poster Yes

HTMLAudioElement support

HTMLSourceElement support

Attribute name Support
src Yes
type Yes
media Yes

HTMLTrackElement support

Attribute name Support
kind Yes
src Yes
srclang Yes
label Yes
default Yes

Media elements event support

Events Support
loadstart Yes
progress Yes
suspend Yes
abort Yes
error Yes
emptied Yes
stalled No
loadedmetadata Yes
loadeddata Yes
canplay Yes
canplaythrough Yes
playing Yes
waiting Yes
seeking Yes
seeked Yes
ended Yes
durationchange Yes
timeupdate Yes
play Yes
pause Yes
ratechange Yes
volumechange Yes

MediaError support

Attribute name Support
code Yes

HTMLMediaElement support

Attribute name Support
error Yes
src Yes
currentSrc Yes
crossOrigin No
networkState Yes
preload Yes
buffered Yes
load Yes
canPlayType Yes
readyState Yes
seeking Yes
currentTime Yes
duration Yes
startDate No
paused Yes
defaultPlaybackRate Yes
playbackRate Yes
played No
seekable Yes
ended Yes
autoplay Yes
loop Yes
play Yes
pause Yes
mediaGroup No
controller No
controls Yes
volume Yes
muted Yes
defaultMuted Yes
videoTracks No
audioTracks No
textTracks No

TimeRanges support

Attribute name Support
length Yes
start Yes
end Yes

Presently unsupported

The following are unsupported in Opera's desktop and mobile browser products, but may be supported through the Opera Devices SDK (see notes below).

*Presto supports this interface through a plugin API delivered in the Opera Devices SDK. It is up to the platform vendor to make sure that these features are correctly implemented.

**Presto partially supports this interface through a plugin API delievered in the Opera Devices SDK. Text tracks must be attached by HTMLTrackElement, not in-band, to be available for modification in DOM. It is up to the platform vendor to make sure that these features are correctly implemented.

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