Why not just fix the problem rather than going to fallback? Your problem is permissions or CORS or crossdomain.xml not setup I can help if you show me your page and your crossdomain file and cors settings
You can set up multiple sources for our player by following the steps on our Configuring Multiple Sources support article. The player will try to play the first source, then if it cannot play that file, it will move on to the second.
However, Mark is right. Your issue is most likely CORS related, meaning that the S3 bucket your video is on is not allowing your domain access to it. You can resolve this by checking out our Crossdomain File Loading support article.
Please let me know if you need any more help or have any other questions.
I will look into the crossdomain file loading, but how come my fallback playback format isn't being used when the first video isn't accessible? This is only happening on iPhone and Android devices, and also on the new Microsoft Edge browser. Here is my setup:
Fallback is for videos that the browser recognises are not supported, for example, HLS on Firefox where there is no flash player installed. It does not fallback when a file is specified that receives a 404 response.
Correct – if a file gives the player an actual error, such as a CORS-related error, or its not found, then the player will not fallback.
In your case, I’m actually receiving CORS-related errors on both your HLS and MP4 sources in Chrome for OS X. Also, it is not suggested to mix HTTP and HTTPS sources, as they may cause issues in some browsers.
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