HTML rendered player won't stretch the video on Firefox
I have a player embedded on a client's website. When running in Chrome or on Firefox with flash installed, it works fine and plays perfectly.
When I try Firefox without flash on/installed, the player renders with HTML rather then the defined 'flash' and the video itself takes up a small part of the container it's in, rather than the whole width and height (in the correct aspect ratio of course).
The weird part about this, is it only happens on a specific website, and not on other websites where the exact same player with the exact same settings is embedded.
Am I supposed to add 'stretching': 'uniform' to my player settings ?
I inspected the player elements, and the video element receives these CSS property:
transform: scale(0.3125, 0.312963);
I assume that the transform property is the one that's causing this, but I can't seem to be able to fix it manually.