Video events - Storm JavaScript Library

Video events are related to the video behaviors (not the player itself).

Event nameAdditional dataDescriptionCan be fired more than once?
videoConnectingnoThe event is triggered whenever the player starts requesting a video stream. It's the first event in the sequence for a successful playback.yes (once per video)
videoBufferingnoThis event tells us that a video content is being prepared for playback. It’s not playing yet, but it will start very soon. It's the second event in the sequence for a successful playback.yes (once per video)
videoMetadatayesThis event contains all data related to the video (like resolutions, codecs). It's the third event in the sequence for a successful playback.yes (once per video)
videoPlaynoThe event is fired whenever the playback starts. It's the fourth and final event in the sequence for a successful playback.yes
videoPausenoThe event is triggered when the playback is paused (though user interaction)yes
videoNotFoundnoThis event is called whenever a stream with a specific name was not found (was not published or is not ready yet). This event will be triggered after videoConnecting only and will stop a playback sequence.yes (once per video)
volumeChangenewVolumeThis event tells us that video volume was changed (either by the system or by a user).yes
videoStopnoThis event will be called when the stream is closed on the server side (usually it means that the broadcaster has stopped streaming).yes (once per video)
videoErroryesThis event indicates that there was a problem with playback (it usually means that the browser was not able to play it).yes (once per video)
Table 1. Library video events table
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Video events