The last realeased solved several issues with IE11, but i’m facing a new one specific to ie.
We use a resume-reading system to allow user to watch video from last timecode so the data is set in a cookie.
I inject the timecode in the url as a url-fragment according to the doc you provide. But I always received this message : VIDEOJS: InvalidStateError Video is not ready. (Video.js).
I also tested to do it throught the sdk js player but it seems that the ‘ready’ event of the player is not synchronised with the ‘ready’ event of the video. Event if i try to set the currentTime in the ready event (and when i console.log the player it says it is ready), i receive this same message. Moreover, this is a notice and not an exception so i can not catch it to retry it later. So the video starts from 0.
Any idea on how to cach the ready event of the video ?
Thanks for quick reply, our delay are short to fix this.