The Tizen implementation of
video_player based on the Tizen Media Player API.
This plugin is NOT supported on TV emulators. This plugin is supported on Galaxy Watch devices and Smart TVs running Tizen 4.0 or above.
This package is not an endorsed implementation of
video_player. Therefore, you have to include
video_player as dependencies in your
dependencies: video_player: ^2.4.2 video_player_tizen: ^2.4.7
Then you can import
video_player in your Dart code:
For detailed usage, see https://pub.dev/packages/video_player#example.
To use this plugin in a Tizen application, you may need to declare the following privileges in your
<privileges> <privilege>http://tizen.org/privilege/mediastorage</privilege> <privilege>http://tizen.org/privilege/externalstorage</privilege> <privilege>http://tizen.org/privilege/internet</privilege> </privileges>
- The mediastorage privilege (
http://tizen.org/privilege/mediastorage) is required to play video files located in the internal storage.
- The externalstorage privilege (
http://tizen.org/privilege/externalstorage) is required to play video files located in the external storage.
- The internet privilege (
http://tizen.org/privilege/internet) is required to play any URL from the network.
For detailed information on Tizen privileges, see Tizen Docs: API Privileges.
This plugin is not supported on TV emulators.
The following options are not supported on Tizen.
This plugin has some limitations on TV devices.
setPlaybackSpeedmethod will fail if triggered within the last 3 seconds of the video.
- The playback speed will reset to 1.0 when the video is replayed in loop mode.
seekTomethod works only when the playback speed is 1.0, and it sets the video position to the nearest keyframe, not the exact value passed.