rx-player - Smooth/DASH HTML5 Video Player

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The Rx-player is a library implementing a DASH and Microsoft Smooth Streaming video player directly on the browser, without plugins. It relies on HTML5 Media Source Extensions and Encrypted Media extensions and is written in TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript. It is currently used in production for premium services and targets several devices, such as computers, phones, but also set-top-boxes, smart TVs and other peculiar environments.

https://github.com/canalplus/rx-player

Dependencies:

array-find : ^1.0.0
array-find-index : ^1.0.2
deep-equal : ^1.0.1
next-tick : ^1.0.0
object-assign : ^4.1.1
rxjs : ^6.3.3

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