Returns the time offset at which a specified time range ends.
Returns the time offset at which a specified time range begins.
The Web Audio API involves handling audio operations inside an audio context, and has been designed to allow modular routing. Basic audio operations are performed with audio nodes, which are linked together to form an audio routing graph. Several sources — with different types of channel layout — are supported even within a single context. This modular design provides the flexibility to create complex audio functions with dynamic effects.
The HTML <source> element specifies multiple media resources for either the <picture>, the <audio> or the <video> element. It is an empty element. It is commonly used to serve the same media content in multiple formats supported by different browsers.
The seekable read-only property of the HTMLMediaElement returns a TimeRanges object that contains the time ranges that the user is able to seek to, if any.
The MediaKeySystemAccess.createMediaKeys() method returns a Promise that resolves to a new MediaKeys object.
The MediaKeySystemAccess.getConfiguration() method returns a MediaKeySystemConfiguration object with the supported combination of configuration options.
The MediaKeySystemConfiguration.initDataTypes read-only property returns a list of supported initialization data type names. An initialization data type is a string indicating the format of the initialization data.
The addSourceBuffer() method of the MediaSource interface creates a new SourceBuffer of the given MIME type and adds it to the MediaSource's SourceBuffers list.
The duration property of the MediaSource interface gets and sets the duration of the current media being presented.