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09-16-2013 11:52 AM
I've read that the player can be factored for responsive design, but I really haven't had much luck. If I set the player to 100% width and Height, the players hieght takes up the entire screen. If I set the height to null, 0, or dont include it, I still get the same efftect.
Has anyone created a working version of a fully responsive player? Seems like this should be a no brainer.
09-17-2013 07:53 AM
You can do this in two different ways:
1. You can try setting the height and width in DIV style of the ooyala player with the max prefix, for example:
<div id="ooyalaplayer" style="max-width: 640px;max-height: 360px;"></div>
This will set the player to that maxim dimensions and if the browser window is smaller, the player will resize to fit the window.
2. You can create a parent DIV to a fixed size and call the player inside with a 100% height and width dimensions:
<div id="parentdiv" style="width: 640px;height: 360px;">
<div id="ooyalaplayer" style="width:100%;height:100%;"></div>
Let me know if anything of this works for you.
12-18-2017 04:53 AM
If i set max height to the container video-player dissapears. Any solution to have container responsive? Or anyways container is needed to be set with fixed height and width?
12-19-2017 11:24 AM
Please review the following implementation; http://se.ooyala.com/ts/antonio/hackathon_gdl.html
The suggestion explained in this post was for the old Player V3, which is now deprecated. In my link, we use the Ooyala Player V4.
05-17-2018 07:16 AM
the player size has nothing to do with your screen display !
they dont bother each other . its the game screen resolution you need to tamper with!
usually the monitor detects the game and sets its screen size accordingly
its a default feature in all games ! although in some case the screen resolution could have been set on a particular resolution
which can have the same issue just like you are having ,
the best thing to do to solve your problem is go to your tv settngs and make it to display>auto
and if your using monitor turn on the auto adjustment
hope this was helpfull .