UI for ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer

  • Add the ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer to your app and play video files from static sources or stream YouTube videos.
  • Part of the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core library along with 110+ professionally designed UI components.
  • Includes support, documentation, demos, virtual classrooms, Visual Studio Code Extensions and more!
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  • Overview

    The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer allows you to play videos from static sources or from YouTube. It helps you enrich your application with dynamic content and contributes to a better UX. You can style the component, integrate a ListView control to create a playlist and take advantage of the built-in support for keyboard navigation and globalization. 
    Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer - Overview
  • Multiple Sources

    The MediaPlayer allows you to add multiple sources for the same video. For this purpose, you have to configure the quality-dependent client-side HD feature. When this is done, an HD button will be rendered in the bottom right corner and will enable the selection of preferred quality. 
  • Playlist

    You can implement your own playlist, by changing the source of the MediaPlayer dynamically. The MediaPlayer Playlist uses the ListView component to create a list displaying the videos on the right-hand side of the player.  

    See the ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer Playlist in action
    Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer - Playlist
  • Razor Pages

    The MediaPlayer is one of the many Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core controls that are supported in both MVC and Razor Pages applications. To learn more about plugging ASP.NET Core components in Razor Pages, check out the documentation article or visit the Razor Pages examples in our GitHub project repository. 
  • Events

    The ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer fires a variety of events, including Auto Play, Full Screen, Mute, Pause, and more. 

    Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core Events
  • HTML and Tag Helpers

    The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core suite offers two approaches to declare the MediaPlayer or any other component – choose HTML or Tag helpers based on your preference, practice, and technology background, and add this advanced input element to any new or existing form. 
    Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core HTML and Tag Helpers
  • Accessibility and Keyboard Navigation

    The MediaPlayer component supports keyboard navigation and complies with the Section 508 and WCAG 2.1 guidelines, thus it is accessible to all users. 
  • Theming

    You can style the Core MediaPlayer with the help of four built-in themes and various swatches the component comes with. Explore the Default (Main Dark, Nordic, Purple), Material (Arctic, Lime Dark, Nova), Bootstrap (Urban, Vintage etc.) and Fluent themes. You can easily customize the available themes with a few lines of CSS or create a new one with the Progress SASS ThemeBuilder application to meet your client’s design requirements. 

    Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core MediaPlayer - Theming

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