kind read-only property of the
TextTrack interface returns the kind of text track this object represents. This decides how the track will be handled by a user agent.
A string. One of:
The cues are made available in a non-visual fashion.
The user agent will make available a mechanism to navigate by selecting a cue.
Additional data related to the media data, which could be used for interactive views.
In the following example the value of
kind is printed to the console.
let video = document.querySelector("video"); let track = video.addTextTrack("captions", "Captions", "en"); track.mode = "showing"; console.log(track.kind);
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