We are always trying to make our products better no matter the size of improvements. Sometimes we bring great new features and changes, other times, it’s the tiny fixes that could still have an impact just as powerful.
We have worked on a number of small bug fixes and improvements to make your experience with FV Player more pleasant, but most of all, more reliable!
Some users had issues with using the Video Screenshot feature in the shortcode editor. This was caused by Cross-origin requirements for MP4 and is now fixed.
We have fixed deprecated jQuery calls to stay up to date with the newest versions of WordPress. However, we remain committed to still supporting the 4.9. version of WordPress too.
Subtitles in sticky player had issues with responsive sizing. Now they’re sized just right.
We fixed an issue that would occur when a video failed to play in a playlist and subsequently the playlist would fail to auto-advance to the next video.
When YouTube no logo option was used alongside fixed controlbar, the controlbar would malfunction. This fix is available only in beta.
Video ad skip button styling had minor visual shortcomings. We have made the styling much more resilient.
New, more resilient, skip ad button
If you added milliseconds to your Chapters VTT file in the name of accuracy, the chapter list would display the milliseconds too. That proved to be unnecessary and bothersome visual clutter. Chapters no longer show milliseconds.
We have upgraded HLS.js library to the latest version (1.0.4.). This fixes autoplay issues with some streams, and ensures reliable playback on desktop and Android.
Stay tuned for more
We are trying to make our FV Player plugin better ever single day, by bringing more and more upgrades and updates. You can help us a lot, by giving us feedback or letting us know your thoughts by giving us a review.
If you have any tips or questions, do not hesitate and contact us via our Forum!
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