Obsolete since Gecko 30 (Firefox 30 / Thunderbird 30 / SeaMonkey 2.27 / Firefox OS 1.4)
This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.
VideoPlaybackQuality.totalFrameDelay read-only property returns a
double containing the sum of the frame delay since the creation of the associated
HTMLVideoElement. The frame delay is the difference between a frame's theoretical presentation time and its effective display time.
value = videoPlaybackQuality.totalFrameDelay;
var videoElt = document.getElementById('my_vid'); var quality = videoElt.getVideoPlaybackQuality(); alert(quality.totalFrameDelay);
|Media Source Extensions
The definition of 'VideoPlaybackQuality.totalFrameDelay' in that specification.
|Feature||Android webview||Chrome for Android||Edge mobile||Firefox for Android||Opera Android||iOS Safari||Samsung Internet|
1. Limited support to a whitelist of sites, for example YouTube, Netflix, and other popular streaming sites.
2. From version 25 until version 30 (exclusive): this feature is behind the
media.mediasource.enabled preference. To change preferences in Firefox, visit about:config.
3. Only works on Windows 8+.