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videojs-auto-caption v0.1.0

Automatically enables the caption/subtitle track matching the player language


Automatically enables the caption or subtitle track best matching the player language.

Language codes are considered case-insensitively. If one or more track with a kind of captions or subtitles with an exactly matching language code, the first will be selected.

If there is no exact match, the first captions or subtitles track where the first part of the language code matches is selected, so en-US would match en or en-gb.

If there is not a match based on language, the first captions or subtitles track with default = true will be selected.

The player language itself is either explicitly set as an option or is derived from the closest element with a lang attribute. See Video.js docs.

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## Installation
npm install --save videojs-auto-caption


To include videojs-auto-caption 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-auto-caption.min.js"></script>
  var player = videojs('my-video');



When using with Browserify, install videojs-auto-caption 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-auto-caption'], function(videojs) {
  var player = videojs('my-video');



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