Netflix announced experimental support in June 2014 for the use of MSE playback on the Safari browser on the OS X Yosemite beta release. [2 ]
YouTube started using MSE with its HTML5 player in the September of 2013.
This section requires expansion with: an explanation of how these affect video-blocking and autoplay blocking accessibility tools. (May 2015)
Browser support [ edit ]
Internet Explorer from version 11 on Windows 8.1. (2013 October)
[3 ] Google Chrome since early 2013, also on Android.
[3 ] Safari 8 on OS X.
[3 ] Opera since 9 June 2015.
[4 ] Firefox 42 with support for all sites since 3 November 2015,
with a subset of the functionality available for use with only YouTube in Firefox 37 on Windows Vista or later only. [5 ] Firefox added the same subset of MSE for YouTube playback support to Mac OS X starting in Firefox 38. [6 ] Ditto for Firefox Nightlies on GNU+Linux as of 6 November 2015. [7 ] [8 ]
Players [ edit ]
bitmovin's bitdash MPEG-DASH player for HTML5 MSE and EME, with Flash fallback [9 ] dash-js for HTML5 MSE
[10 ] dash.js for HTML5 MSE and EME
[11 ] rx-player for HTML5 MSE and EME (Live and On Demand)
[12 ] hls.js for HTML5 MSE
[13 ] [14 ] hasplayer.js
References [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]