You asked for it, and we listened! With an overwhelming number of requests on the Azure Media Player UserVoice Forum for the ability to switch between multiple audio streams, Azure Media Player 1.3.0 now supports seamless same codec audio switching on the AzureHtml5JS and FlashSS techs! Check out this awesome feature in action with two of our demo streams:
- Elephant’s Dream with English and Spanish audio streams
- Sintel with Stereo, Surround and Instrumental versions of the audio streams
This release also includes several bug fixes. You might have missed some features and bug fixes in the previous release so be sure to update the latest to get all of these changes. Check out the change log for a full list of updates and features. We also added a nifty update you might have missed which no longer requires you to put the path to the fallback techs in the head. Azure Media Player will now automatically look at the relative path from the azuremediaplayer.min.js file as structured in the release:
<link href="//amp.azure.net/libs/amp/1.3.0/skins/amp-default/azuremediaplayer.min.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script src= "//amp.azure.net/libs/amp/1.3.0/azuremediaplayer.min.js"></script>
See the documentation for more information.
Azure Media Player will continue to grow and evolve, adding more features and enabling more scenarios. To help serve you better, we are always open to feedback, new ideas and appreciate any bug reports so we can continue to provide an amazing service with the latest technologies. Remember to read through the documentation and check out the samples first; they’re there to help make your development easier.
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