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Audio and video playback performance in published courses on mobile devices and browsers

Following is the current state of audio and video performance in published courses on different mobile devices and browsers:

Device…………….. Version…………….. Audio…………….. Video…………….. Autoplay……………..
Internet Explorer (IE) 8,9 SWF SWF Y
IE (Tablet/Device) 10+ HTML5 HTML5 Y
Chrome Latest HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
Firefox Latest HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
Safari Latest HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
Android 2.0-2.3 untested untested untested
Android 5+ HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
Apple iOS 9.3+ HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
WebOS 1.x untested untested untested
WebOS 2+ untested untested untested
WebOS 3.x untested untested untested
BlackBerry (BB) 5, 6 untested untested untested
BB 7, 10 untested untested untested
BB Playbook 1, 2 untested untested untested

Following is the current state of audio and video performance in published courses on different mobile devices and browsers in Webview (used by native apps):

Device…………….. Version…………….. Webview Audio…………….. Webview Video…………….. Autoplay……………..
Android 2.0-2.3,4 link link untested
Android (chrome) 5+ HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
Apple iOS (Safari) 9.3+ HTML5 HTML5 Y (only if no audio)
WebOS 1, 2, 3 untested untested untested
BB 5, 6, 7, 10 untested untested untested
BB Playbook 1, 2 untested untested untested

NOTE:  For all devices, the playback priority is HTML5 → SWF if SWF is enabled/supported.

 
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