I work with the Divi Theme. I’m not sure it has anything to do with this. Unfortunately I can’t insert the shortcodes. Is there a workaround for this?
Ok, the Uncaught TypeError is solved. You should really work on your developer documentation. It’s extremely confusing.
So the following questions are still there:
1. Embed the shortcode in Divi
2. How can I add a custom id to div.flowplayer?
3. And how can the volume in every browser be set to 100% when starting with Autoplay? For example, in Chrome, it starts quietly. But I know it from other Pllayers that they start with volume, which also makes sense with Autoplay.
I see that he use of player element IDs in our documentation is misleading as the ID changes. Next version of FV Player brings database storage of player configuration, making the fixed IDs possible.
The script which you are creating won’t help – not all browsers like video autoplay. For example Google Chrome will only permit muted autoplay unless you interacted with the video on the website before. You can read more on this topic here: https://foliovision.com/2018/05/video-autoplay-issues
FV Player already handles this properly and if you set a video to autoplay, it will autoplay with sound if it’s permitted, otherwise it will play muted.
The Divi issue will be partly solved with the new FV Player version. There you will be able to create new instances of our player on a dedicated FV Player screen in wp-admin and then only put a simple shortcode like [fvplayer id="54"] where you need it.
We are also happy to help you resolving the issue right on your website, just order our pro support: https://foliovision.com/pro-support
You can also just create new FV Player instances on a new page where you won’t use the Divi page builder and then move the shortcode over to your page with Divi on it.
Ah sorry. No, there are no errors to see: https://cdn.indikator-design.com/media/screen-video/flowplayer-embedding-no-error.mp4
I have sent you a link to a Zip to the new version via support (at) foliovision.com.