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Okay so in conclusion the player does not support the nocookie domain and you cannot add support?
Yes the issue is that the videos do not play in the Flowplayer when using that domain. Regardless of whether cookies are set or not is there a way for the Flowplayer to recognize that domain as a youtube video and treat it as youtube in the player so that the video can play?
When using a youtube no cookie url (for example: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/pM1EE0Islso) the video does not play in the flowplayer. It looks like the video type defaults to flash instead of youtube and an unsupported file format message is displayed. Is it possible for videos using the youtube-nocookie.com domain to be treated as youtube videos so that they are compatible with the player?
Thanks for the recommendation. The page has already loaded when the user gets the option to accept the policy. We ended up not using the Google Analytics tracking built into the player and added our own tracking events. Perhaps in a future release you guys can implement something in the flowplayer settings to exclude the GA tracking script in case it already exists or needs to be conditionally loaded?
I was already using the ready event. Ive fixed the logic by using the returned index instead of using the playlist active class. Thanks!
Any update on when this feature will be released?
The site is in a development environment right now so it’s not open to the public (restricted by IP currently).
I would like to have a way to set the playlist to start at a certain video without having to use a custom url with parameters. Maybe I can explain it another way that makes more sense…
We are using the playlist feature for a television show that has 6 episodes. Each episode of the show has it’s own page. Currently we have the playlist shortcode on each episode page and we put the episodes in order. So for episode 2 the playlist order is episode 2,3,4,5,6,1. That way the page for episode 2 has all the episodes for a show accessible on the page and starts with episode 2 at the top of the playlist.
This has worked fine for us until we decided to add the end of playlist action. If you are on the page for episode 2 then the playlist end action is triggered after episode 1 where as it should trigger after episode 6 since that’s the end of the show. Instead of starting the playlist at episode 2 we started the playlist at episode 1 then the playlist end action would be triggered correctly after episode 6.
If we could either set which video we want the playlist to start auto playing or set which video the end of playlist action is triggered after then this would solve our issue.
Hi I am curious about this feature as well. I believe there is a random autoplay for playlists so I’m hoping there’s a similar way to achieve this. Here is the scenario:
6 Pages each with the same playlist (video 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 in that order). The end of playlist action is always triggered after video 6 as that is the last item in the playlist.
Page 1 – Starts @ video 1
Page 2 – Starts @ video 2
Page 3 – Starts @ video 3
Page 4 – Starts @ video 4
Page 5 – Starts @ video 5
Page 6 – Starts @ video 6
So basically a parameter that lets you specify which video to start the playlist with, then they continue playing in the order of the playlist.