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HTML5 audio and video

Windows Internet Explorer provides support for HTML5 audio and video that allows you to add playback without requiring an add-on or external player. Support for HTML5 can be done by using HTML elements alone, or scripted by using objects, methods, and properties in JavaScript.

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How to use HTML5 to play video files on your webpage

Using HTML5 video, you can add and control video content on your webpages, without requiring external controls or plug-ins.

Make your videos accessible with Timed Text Tracks

As a companion to the HTML5 video element, the Timed Text Track API provides the tools to add accessibility, translated transcripts, or extended content to your videos.


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