Could you live without sites like YouTube or Vimeo? I think I could, but that would surely be a pretty boring life! Sure, that won’t happen anytime soon, especially since it becomes easier with each day to add media elements to your website. Today, we’ll take a look at jMediaelement, an audio-video development kit built using HTML5 and jQuery.

jMediaelement, shortly known as “jme,” is covered by the terms of the terms of the GPL and MIT licenses, offering support for a wide range of media file formats, including OGG, MP4, FLV, and more. With its help, you can easily create media elements just by calling a function. While it offers support for all major browsers, jme can fallback to Flash and VLC plugin when facing some exotic Web browser…

Other than the above, you should also know that the player’s looks can be easily changed using CSS, and if you want to quickly check a demo, you should take a look at this page. That’s all, folks! 😉

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