When the certificate is ready and delivered by our SSL provider, you can easily add it to your Hypernode by visiting the ‘SSL & DNS instellingen’ overview mentioned here above. Simply choose ‘Installeren’ to add it to your Hypernode. The domain for which you ordered a SSL certificate will now have a status ‘Beschikbaar’ in de ‘SSL Certificaat’ column.
Server Name Indication (SNI) is an extension to the TLS computer networking protocol by which a client indicates which hostname it is attempting to connect to at the start of the handshaking process. It is the conceptual equivalent to HTTP/1. This allows a server to present multiple certificates on the same IP address and TCP port number and hence allows multiple secure (HTTPS) websites (or any other Service over TLS) to be served by the same IP address without requiring all those sites to use the same certificate. 1 name-based virtual hosting, but for HTTPS. The desired hostname is not encrypted, so an eavesdropper can see which site is being requested.
But different browsers may use different encoders with different settings. So unfortunately we can not change this behaviour. The bitmovin player relies on the browser’s capabilities to decode and render the video. This has the advantage to be able to use hardware decoding which is much faster and also better for battery life / energy consumption than software decoding. This difference is especially visible between HTML5 and FLASH videos.
These errors do not prevent your website or the bitmovin player from working as expected. The error messages as shown in the image below may appear in a browser’s console. Unfortunately, there is currently no way to prevent these errors from happening or from showing up in the console, as explained by the developers in the related Google Cast SDK issue. ChromeCast errors in browser’s console This affects pro and enterprise edition only. This is not a bitmovin player error, but the errors are thrown from Google’s ChromeCast SDK if the Cast extensions can’t be found.
Blockchain-based domains do not resolve by default on most Internet providers. We know that it is hard for non-technicians to change OS/router DNS IPs.
You can either use a local web server via http://localhost or deploy our player on any web server of yours. Please note, that you have to whitelist the domain you want to use, within our backend application at https://app.
It is a recommended standard of the W3C. In context of XMLHttpRequests, it defines a set of headers that allow the browser and server to communicate, which requests are allowed/prohibited. If you want to store content on a different origin as the player which requests it, there is a solution – CORS. In practice, for a CORS request, the server only needs to add the following header to its response:.
In more detail, we have to use the “native” HLS support of the HTML5 video element on iOS devices, as the MSE is not available and Flash does obviously not work either. Furthermore, it is not possible to add an overlay on top of the native fullscreen mode, which is automatically entered when playing a video on iPhone. This missing support of overlays makes it impossible to apply different rendering modes, like the two eye view for VR headsets, to the video. The different rendering modes for 360° and VR videos are not available on iOS devices, due to some restrictions.
Applies To: Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012.
The player contacts our licensing server to detect if it is allowed to play on the. Browser extensions, like Allow-Control-Allow-Origin: * allows CORS requests without. Please disable/remove such extensions and the player should work as expected. Honoring CORS headers from the server, but.
Further complicating matters, the TLS library may either be included in the application program or be a component of the underlying operating system. For an application program to implement SNI, the TLS library it uses must implement it and the application must pass the hostname to the TLS library. Because of this, some browsers implement SNI when running on any operating system, while others implement it only when running on certain operating systems.
264 (also known as AVC) is ubiquitous. Nearly every device and operating system supports decoding either on hardware or . In the spectrum of online video, you probably already know that H. By encoding your videos using a multi-codec approach you can save up to 50% of your bandwidth consumption while maintaining quality and maximum device reach.