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    TimeRanges.start()

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    Summary

    Returns the time offset at which a specified time range begins.

    Syntax

    startTime = TimeRanges.start(index) 
    

    Parameters

    • index is the range number to return the starting time for.

    Exceptions

    INDEX_SIZE_ERR
    A DOMException thrown if the specified index doesn't correspond to an existing range.

    Example

    Given a video element with the ID "myVideo":

    var v = document.GetElementById("myVideo");
    
    var buf = v.buffered;
    
    var numRanges = buf.length;
    
    if (buf.length == 1) {
      // only one range
      if (buf.start(0) == 0 && buf.end(0) == v.duration) {
        // The one range starts at the beginning and ends at
        // the end of the video, so the whole thing is loaded
      }
    }
    

    This example looks at the time ranges and looks to see if the entire video has been loaded.

    Specification

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    Last updated by: teoli,