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Problems seeking in Chrome’s HTML5 media player

On April 2, 2014, by Arthur Pemberton, 0 Comments

If you are serving dynamic binary content via your web application with rudimentary code (eg. simple HttpContext.BinaryWrite) you may find that when utilizing audio or video Chrome does not allow fast forwarding/seeking ahead. This is because Chrome relies strictly on the ability to request byte ranges to supply this functionality. This is done with the Accept-Range HTTP response header.
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