video_viewer 1.2.5
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Multiplatform minimalist video viewer with spectacular user experience.

video_viewer #


My other APIs #


Features #

  • Amazing UI / UX.
  • Fancy animations.
  • Streaming Chat
  • Custom Ads Support.
  • Fully customizable.
  • HLS (m3u8) format support.
  • Captions (Subtitles) support.
  • Cut the video (It just will show a specific time of the video)
  • Easy and powerful implementation! :)



PREVIEW #

View the full source code in the example

video_viewer_preview

High-Quality Video Demo: https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/65832922/125377927-acb7b780-e342-11eb-950d-b80707e96341.mp4



INSTALLATION #

Android #

Add android.permission.INTERNET and usesCleartextTraffic in your Android Manifest file, located in <project_root>/android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml

<manifest>
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"/>
    <application android:usesCleartextTraffic="true"></aplication>
</manifest>

iOS #

Add the following entry to your Info.plist file, located in <project_root>/ios/Runner/Info.plist

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>
<dict>
   <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key>
   <true/>
</dict>

Warning: The video player is not functional on iOS simulators. An iOS device must be used during development/testing.



GLOBAL GESTURES #

  • One Tap: Show or hide the overlay that contains the PlayAndPauseWidget and the ProgressBar
  • Double tap:
    • Left: Double tapping on the left side of the VideoViewer will do the rewind. Default 10 seconds.
    • Right: Double-tapping on the right side of the VideoViewer will forward. Default 10 seconds.
  • Horizontal Drag:
    • Left: Making a horizontal movement to the left will make a rewind proportional to the distance traveled.
    • Right: Making a horizontal movement to the right will make a forward proportional to the distance traveled.
  • Vertical Drag:
    • Up: Increase video volume proportional to the distance traveled.
    • Down: Decrease video volume proportional to the distance traveled.
  • Scale Drag: When the VideoViewer is on fullscreen and landscape mode you can zoom to video for completing the screen width.



SCREENSHOTS #

PlayingPaused



Rewind and Forward

Double Tap RewindDouble Tap Forward



Fullscreen #

PortraitLandscape



Settings Menu #

Principal MenuQuality Menu



Volume Bar #






EXAMPLES #

Using VideoViewerController #

class UsingVideoControllerExample extends StatefulWidget {
  UsingVideoControllerExample({Key key}) : super(key: key);

  @override
  _UsingVideoControllerExampleState createState() =>  _UsingVideoControllerExampleState();
}

class _UsingVideoControllerExampleState extends State<UsingVideoControllerExample> {
  final VideoViewerController controller = VideoViewerController();

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return VideoViewer(
      controller: controller,
      source: {
        "SubRip Text": VideoSource(
          video: VideoPlayerController.network(
              "https://www.speechpad.com/proxy/get/marketing/samples/standard-captions-example.mp4"),
          subtitle: {
            "English": VideoViewerSubtitle.network(
              "https://felipemurguia.com/assets/txt/WEBVTT_English.txt",
              type: SubtitleType.webvtt,
            ),
          },
        )
      },
    );
  }

  VideoPlayerController getVideoPlayer() => controller.controller;
  String getactiveSourceNameName() => controller.activeSourceName;
  String getActiveCaption() => controller.activeCaption;
  bool isFullScreen() => controller.isFullScreen;
  bool isBuffering() => controller.isBuffering;
  bool isPlaying() => controller.isPlaying;
}



HLS Network Video (This example only works on Android and iOS) #

class HLSVideoExample extends StatelessWidget {
  const HLSVideoExample({Key key}) : super(key: key);

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return FutureBuilder<Map<String, VideoSource>>(
      future: VideoSource.fromM3u8PlaylistUrl(
        "https://sfux-ext.sfux.info/hls/chapter/105/1588724110/1588724110.m3u8",
        formatter: (quality) => quality == "Auto" ? "Automatic" : "${quality.split("x").last}p",
      ),
      builder: (_, data) {
        return data.hasData
            ? VideoViewer(
                source: data.data,
                onFullscreenFixLandscape: true,
                style: VideoViewerStyle(
                  thumbnail: Image.network(
                    "https://play-lh.googleusercontent.com/aA2iky4PH0REWCcPs9Qym2X7e9koaa1RtY-nKkXQsDVU6Ph25_9GkvVuyhS72bwKhN1P",
                  ),
                ),
              )
            : CircularProgressIndicator();
      },
    );
  }
}



Network Video with WebVTT Subtitles #

class WebVTTSubtitleVideoExample extends StatelessWidget {
  const WebVTTSubtitleVideoExample({Key key}) : super(key: key);

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return VideoViewer(
      source: {
        "WebVTT Caption": VideoSource(
          video: VideoPlayerController.network(
            //This video has a problem when end
            "https://www.speechpad.com/proxy/get/marketing/samples/standard-captions-example.mp4",
          ),
          subtitle: {
            "English": VideoViewerSubtitle.network(
              "https://felipemurguia.com/assets/txt/WEBVTT_English.txt",
            ),
            "Spanish": VideoViewerSubtitle.network(
              "https://felipemurguia.com/assets/txt/WEBVTT_Spanish.txt",
            ),
          },
        )
      },
    );
  }
}



Network Video with SubRip Subtitles #

class SubRipSubtitleVideoExample extends StatelessWidget {
  const SubRipSubtitleVideoExample({Key key}) : super(key: key);

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    final String content = '''
      1
      00:00:03,400 --> 00:00:06,177
      In this lesson, we're going to
      be talking about finance. And

      2
      00:00:06,177 --> 00:00:10,009
      one of the most important aspects
      of finance is interest.

      3
      00:00:10,009 --> 00:00:13,655
      When I go to a bank or some
      other lending institution

      4
      00:00:13,655 --> 00:00:17,720
      to borrow money, the bank is happy
      to give me that money. But then I'm

      5
      00:00:17,900 --> 00:00:21,480
      going to be paying the bank for the
      privilege of using their money. And that

      6
      00:00:21,660 --> 00:00:26,440
      amount of money that I pay the bank is
      called interest. Likewise, if I put money

      7
      00:00:26,620 --> 00:00:31,220
      in a savings account or I purchase a
      certificate of deposit, the bank just

      8
      00:00:31,300 --> 00:00:35,800
      doesn't put my money in a little box
      and leave it there until later. They take

      9
      00:00:35,800 --> 00:00:40,822
      my money and lend it to someone
      else. So they are using my money.

      10
      00:00:40,822 --> 00:00:44,400
      The bank has to pay me for the privilege
      of using my money.

      11
      00:00:44,400 --> 00:00:48,700
      Now what makes banks
      profitable is the rate

      12
      00:00:48,700 --> 00:00:53,330
      that they charge people to use the bank's
      money is higher than the rate that they

      13
      00:00:53,510 --> 00:01:00,720
      pay people like me to use my money. The
      amount of interest that a person pays or

      14
      00:01:00,800 --> 00:01:06,640
      earns is dependent on three things. It's
      dependent on how much money is involved.

      15
      00:01:06,820 --> 00:01:11,300
      It's dependent upon the rate of interest
      being paid or the rate of interest being

      16
      00:01:11,480 --> 00:01:17,898
      charged. And it's also dependent upon
      how much time is involved. If I have

      17
      00:01:17,898 --> 00:01:22,730
      a loan and I want to decrease the amount
      of interest that I'm going to pay, then

      18
      00:01:22,800 --> 00:01:28,040
      I'm either going to have to decrease how
      much money I borrow, I'm going to have

      19
      00:01:28,220 --> 00:01:32,420
      to borrow the money over a shorter period
      of time, or I'm going to have to find a

      20
      00:01:32,600 --> 00:01:37,279
      lending institution that charges a lower
      interest rate. On the other hand, if I

      21
      00:01:37,279 --> 00:01:41,480
      want to earn more interest on my
      investment, I'm going to have to invest

      22
      00:01:41,480 --> 00:01:46,860
      more money, leave the money in the
      account for a longer period of time, or

      23
      00:01:46,860 --> 00:01:49,970
      find an institution that will pay
      me a higher interest rate.
      ''';

    return VideoViewer(
      source: {
        "SubRip Caption": VideoSource(
          video: VideoPlayerController.network(
              "https://www.speechpad.com/proxy/get/marketing/samples/standard-captions-example.mp4"),
          subtitle: {
            "English": VideoViewerSubtitle.content(
              content,
              type: SubtitleType.srt,
            ),
          },
        )
      },
    );
  }
}
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Publisher

felipemurguia.com

Multiplatform minimalist video viewer with spectacular user experience.

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License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

flutter, gesture_x_detector, helpers, http, path_provider, provider, video_player, volume_watcher, wakelock

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