Playing video is a fundamental feature for tvOS applications. In this video you will learn how to get the basic video player working by utilizing classes from AVKit and AVFoundation. After this video you will know how to play video and keep the native video experience for users.
The native video player experience on tvOS includes an information panel that provides the user with details about the currently playing video. In this video, we will discuss how to populate this metadata to make it visible to the user. After this video, you will be able to do the same in your applications.
When users need to navigate through your video content, they want to do so with ease. The native tvOS user controls are powerful, but can be augmented by navigation markers that make it easy to skip to specific parts of your content. In this video we will explore the AVKit API that allows these markers to be created.
In this video we will see how to add content on top of a playing video on tvOS. This technique is useful for adding logos, chapter titles, advertisement information, and more, without having those items be embedded in the video itself. After this video you will know how to accomplish this in your applications.
Playing full screen video on tvOS gives the user access to the full native experience, including all the functionality of the Siri Remote. There are some designs that call for video to play in just a portion of the screen. In this video we will create a video player that plays video to a sub-view in our view controller.
How do you create a looping video in the background on tvOS?<br /> <br /> Having a video loop in the background of a menu screen is a great way to add visual interest to your application. In this screencast, we will explore the capabilities in AVFoundation for enabling this. After this video you will know about a new
<p>In a video player application, it is common to perform certain tasks when the user reaches various points throughout the video playback. This can be used for analytics, storing the users progress, or for adding overlay views on top of the video. In this screencast, we will examine the AVFoundation API that allows you
Targets and configurations and schemes; Oh my! Confused by these Xcode concepts? Curious how using multiple build configurations coupled with schemes can avoid the multiple-target mess? If you’re wondering what this all means and how it can make your developer life better, this video is for you.