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How do I get the MediaElement.js element to auto-play?

I want the onscreen player to play automatically when the page loads, but it seems like this isn’t possible by default in the MediaElement.js player. I have found nothing on this topic in the documentation.
Is there any other way I can achieve this?


You can use the preload and autoplay properties.
The preload property tells the media element to download the video if its not already loaded. This is normally done automatically for the HTML5 video player.
The autoplay property tells the media element to automatically start playing the media once it has loaded.
You can find more on the documentation here.


In addition to preload and autoplay, you can use buffering:
var player;

player = window.mediaselector.createPlayer(‘video/mp4’+’.mp4′);

The preload and autoplay properties set the default values for the network status and other options that the HTML5 video element exposes by default. The buffering property is the only way to explicitly control the progress of a media element.
Here’s a nice illustration of why buffering matters with HTML5 video.


This one works
var mediaElement = window.MediaElementPlayer;

If you also need working webcam use this:
var mediaElement = window.MediaElementPlayer;
var cameras = navigator.mediaDevices.getUserMedia({

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