I've noticed that my test page is not online, sorry about that.
It was on a branch in git that has since been swapped out .. I can
re-instate it soon if need be. I'm a little depressed that there's
been no interest in this issue.
I've been chasing more 'ready' event trouble this morning, the
timeout of '1' that the video.js script kicks off as soon as it
loads to run autoSetup() just feels completely broken to me, it's
not related in any way to the document 'ready' event and may fire
several times while <video> tags on the page are
still being evaluated by the browser.
I think I'm going to have to run with a hacked version of
video.js to remove this broken behaviour.
Would you respond better if I forked on github? I have no fix to
provide at present, I rely on the Dojo JS toolkit for my ready
event handling, so my immediate fix isn't portable into
Roy, my problem was that I am using V to access (and,
by side effect, initialise) the player before the videojs
autoSetup() startup code has had a chance to run, and I'm
highlighting the different code used in the two blocks of
initialisation code. From your description, no, your problem is
nothing to do with this, because you're not doing any special
access of the player during page load, you're just allowing videojs
to init the player normally.
It makes the functionality pretty much useless. I either have to
generate it all using JS or simply use VideoJS for embedding and no
fancy parts like bullet-lists with links that goto timestamps with
video etc. cause I will have to reference and re-init it !!