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andreipitis/ASPVideoPlayer
A simple video player that allow animations to be performed on the view during playback.
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ASPVideoPlayer

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Example

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

Usage

There are two objects you can use to display a video:

  1. ASPVideoPlayer
  2. ASPVideoPlayerView

1. ASPVideoPlayer

aspvideoplayer

ASPVideoPlayer is a full video player with UI controls.

You should use this if you just want to display videos in a player with controls such as play, pause, scrub, next, previous.

  • You can instantiate the object from code:
let videoPlayer = ASPVideoPlayer()
  • You can also instantiate it from Interface Builder and create an IBOutlet:
@IBOutlet weak var videoPlayer: ASPVideoPlayer!
  • Once you have the reference, you can set the video URLs, the gravity and whether the videos should loop:
let firstVideoURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "video", withExtension: "mp4")
let secondVideoURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "video2", withExtension: "mp4")

videoPlayer.videoURLs = [firstVideoURL!, secondVideoURL!]

videoPlayer.gravity = .aspectFit

videoPlayer.shouldLoop = true

2. ASPVideoPlayerView

ASPVideoPlayerView is a component that ASPVideoPlayer uses to display the video, but you can also use it by itself.

It's a simple UIView with no UI elements.

If you wish to implement your own video player, or want a simple component to display a single video with no other UI elements, you should use this.

  • You can instantiate the object from code:
let videoPlayer = ASPVideoPlayerView()
  • You can also instantiate it from Interface Builder and create an IBOutlet:
@IBOutlet weak var videoPlayer: ASPVideoPlayerView!
  • Once you have the reference, you can set a video url and use the closures to handle different events:
let videoURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "video", withExtension: "mp4")

videoPlayer.videoURL = videoURL

videoPlayer.readyToPlayVideo = {
  print("Video has been successfully loaded and can be played.")
}
    
videoPlayer.startedVideo = {
  print("Video has started playing.")			
}

Installation

ASPVideoPlayer is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod "ASPVideoPlayer"

Author

Andrei-Sergiu Pitis, andy.pitis@gmail.com

License

ASPVideoPlayer is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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