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@misterben/videojs-skip-intro v0.1.1

Show skip into button at start of video


Shows a button during recaps, intros etc to allow the viewer to skip that part of the content. Video Cloud cue points set the in/out points, or at least the out points.

By default the plugin looks for CODE cue points with the names start_recap, end_recap, start_intro, and end_intro.

If an end_* cue is found with no corresponding start_*, a start cue is inserted after the preceding cue, or at the beginning of the video if there is no preceding cue.

If a start_* cue is found without a corresponding end_*, it is ignored.

If other cue names are to be used, ranges can be set in the plugin options:

  ranges: [
      name: 'boring_bit',
      label: 'Yeah just jump past this bit'

The plugin would then look for start_boring_bit and end_boring_bit cues. The value of label is the button text.


npm install --save @videojs-skip-intro/videojs-skip-intro


To include videojs-skip-intro on your website or web application, use any of the following methods.

<script> Tag

This is the simplest case. Get the script in whatever way you prefer and include the plugin after you include video.js, so that the videojs global is available.

<script src="//path/to/video.min.js"></script>
<script src="//path/to/videojs-skip-intro.min.js"></script>
  var player = videojs('my-video');



When using with Browserify, install videojs-skip-intro via npm and require the plugin as you would any other module.

var videojs = require('video.js');

// The actual plugin function is exported by this module, but it is also
// attached to the `Player.prototype`; so, there is no need to assign it
// to a variable.

var player = videojs('my-video');



When using with RequireJS (or another AMD library), get the script in whatever way you prefer and require the plugin as you normally would:

require(['video.js', '@videojs-skip-intro/videojs-skip-intro'], function(videojs) {
  var player = videojs('my-video');



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