property of the
VideoPlaybackQuality interface returns the number of
video frames which have been dropped rather than being displayed since the last time
the media was loaded into the
value = videoPlaybackQuality.droppedVideoFrames;
An unsigned 64-bit value indicating the number of frames that have been dropped since
the last time the media in the
<video> element was loaded or reloaded.
This information can be used to determine whether or not to downgrade the video stream
to avoid dropping frames.
Frames are typically dropped either before or after decoding them, when it's determined that it will not be possible to draw them to the screen at the correct time.
This example calls
getVideoPlaybackQuality() to obtain a
then determines what percentage of frames have been dropped. That value is then
presented in an element for the user's reference.
var videoElem = document.getElementById("my_vid"); var percentElem = document.getElementById("percent"); var quality = videoElem.getVideoPlaybackQuality(); var dropPercent = (quality.droppedVideoFrames/quality.totalVideoFrames)*100; percentElem.innerText = Math.trunc(dropPercent).toString(10);
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HTMLVideoElement.getVideoPlaybackQuality()method, which creates and returns