HTTP Live Streaming
This test checks if browsers/devices support HLS or fallback correctly.
|Safari 6||maybe||HLS stream|
|Internet Explorer 9||-||MP4|
|Internet Explorer 10||-||MP4|
|iOS 4 (iPhone)||maybe||HLS stream|
|iOS 5 (iPad)||maybe||HLS stream|
|iOS 6 (iPad)||maybe||HLS stream|
|Android 2.2 (HTC Legend)||-||MP4|
|Android 2.3 (HTC Desire)||-||MP4|
|Android 4.0 (Galaxy S2)||maybe||HLS stream 1|
|Android 4.1 (Nexus 7)||-||WebM|
|WinPho 7.5 (HTC Radar)||-||MP4|
- No switching happens; the device sticks with the first stream in the manifest.
See the Pantos draft for more info on HLS and its mimetype, application/vnd.apple.mpegurl.
Our test loads this HLS stream, which is 30 minutes. There's two additional sources, in WebM and MP4. They are 10 seconds in length. The value of the canPlayType() query is: