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Netflix announced experimental support in June 2014 for the use of MSE playback on the Safari browser on the OS X Yosemite beta release.
YouTube started using MSE with its HTML5 player in September 2013.
Table of contents
- Browser support
Players See also
Media Source Extensions API is widely supported across all modern web browsers, with the only exception being iPhone-family devices (although it is supported on iPadOS). Firefox 37 already had a subset of MSE API available for use with only YouTube in Firefox 37 on Windows Vista or later only., while Mac OS X version had in enabled starting version 38
- Pale Moon from version 27.0, since 22 November 2016.
- NexPlayer[nexplayersdk.com] for HTML5 MSE and EME supporting HLS and DASH
- castLabs PRESTOplay[castlabs.com] video player for HMTL5 MSE and EME supporting DASH and HLS
- Akamai Media Player[akamai.com] as a contributor to the Dash Industry Forum[dashif.org] and DASH.js (DASH IF reference client). AMP includes Dash.js, HLS.js and advanced QUIC protocol playback from Akamai Edge Servers
- The Video Player by Comcast Technology Solutions
- THEOplayer by OpenTelly: HLS and MPEG-DASH player for cross-platform HTML5 support without the need for Flash fallback
- Viblast Player: HLS and MPEG-DASH player for HTML5 MSE and EME, with Flash fallback
- bitmovin's bitdash MPEG-DASH player for HTML5 MSE and EME, with Flash fallback
- dash-js for HTML5 MSE
- dash.js for HTML5 MSE and EME
- rx-player for HTML5 MSE and EME (Live and On Demand)
- hls.js for HTML5 MSE
- hasplayer.js for HTML5 MSE and EME, supporting DASH, Smooth Streaming and HLS
- JW Player 7 and later for MPEG-DASH using HTML5 MSE and EME
- SLDP HTML5 Player supports SLDP via MSE playback
- Azure Media Player supports MSE, EME, DASH, HLS, Flash, and Silverlight. Streaming URLs are published in an ism/manifest
- Unreal HTML5 player uses MSE for low latency (sub-second) live playback of streams sent via WebSockets by Unreal Media Server
- Storm Player[github.com] uses MSE as one of its delivery modes for ultra-low latency streaming via WebSockets by Storm Streaming Server
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