MediaSource.setLiveSeekableRange()

Experimental: This is an experimental technology
Check the Browser compatibility table carefully before using this in production.

The setLiveSeekableRange() method of the MediaSource interface sets the range that the user can seek to in the media element.

Syntax

mediaSource.setLiveSeekableRange(start, end)

Parameters

start

The start of the seekable range to set in seconds measured from the beginning of the source. If the duration of the media source is positive infinity, then the TimeRanges object returned by the HTMLMediaElement.seekable property will have a start timestamp no greater than this value.

end

The end of the seekable range to set in seconds measured from the beginning of the source. If the duration of the media source is positive infinity, then the TimeRanges object returned by the HTMLMediaElement.seekable property will have an end timestamp no less than this value.

Return value

undefined

Example

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Specifications

Specification
Media Source Extensions™
# dom-mediasource-setliveseekablerange

Browser compatibility

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