Display Control Bar
The default state of the player is for the control bar to be visible. In this state, all control bar functions are present.
Remove Control Bar
The complete absence of the control bar obviously removes access to all of its functions. Great for forced auto play advertisements on a side bar, or a very short welcome video.Learn More
Remove Play Button
You can disable and remove the play button only. This would be the appropriate setting if you were enabling the auto play but wanted to allow some control to the viewer to remain.
Remove Scrub Bar
The scrub bar, being that portion of the control bar given over to jumping forward or back to any point in the video, might be a function that you want to defeat. If much of your viewing audience is viewing on low bandwidth access, removing the scrub bar might be a good idea to speed interactivity and player response.
All other functions remain.Learn More
Remove Time Stamp
Paring down the control even further you can remove the time stamp which shows the viewer both the current time location of the play head and the total duration.
Remove Volume Button
Many web video developers never hand their viewers control of the audio volume output. This is a mistake. Viewers generally enjoy as much control as possible. But, if you have a reason to make sure that volume remains at maximum, this is the way to ensure that the only way the viewer can defeat the audio is by physically adjusting the speakers.Learn More
Remove Fullscreen Button
If you are displaying a web radio or MP3 player, or simply want to inhibit your viewer form making the video player full screen for a video deployment reason of your own, one click is all it takes to remove the ability to make the video player go full screen.