I am working with an OSMF-based player that is deployed to web and mobile platforms. The player uses StageVideo. However, in iOS, the player's volume control has no effect, and the loading bar does not appear. I am unable to locate any documentation indicating that these features are unsupported. The AS reference does not mention any caveats for this platform for the relevant properties and methods, and I have found no one else talking about it. So I am asking:
Can the volume of a progressive H.264 video be adjusted via the OSMF MediaPlayer.volume property? Can it be adjusted by any means?
Can the download progress of a progressive video be found by the MediaPlayer.bytesLoaded property? The player does not appear to be dispatching the [LoadEvent.BYTES_LOADED_CHANGE] event, but I have not verified if the actual property is being updated or not.
Help would be appreciated.
Can somone confirm that the 'volume' property of the MediaPlayer element is not supported in iOS? There is nothing in the documentation to indicate that this property is only supported on certain platforms, but when I run a simple OSMF (1.6) player app on an iOS device, setting the volume has no effect.
Last time I tested, it was not posible to change the volume, caused by a limitation outside OSMF.
Thank you. That was my suspicion, but a suspicion alone is not particularly useful.