@leefecu/react-native-video-player

A video player for React Native with controls

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React Native Video Player

A React Native video player with a few controls. This player uses react-native-video for the video playback.

demo gif

Installation

npm install --save react-native-video-player react-native-video react-native-vector-icons
react-native link react-native-video
react-native link react-native-vector-icons

Props

Prop Description
video The video source to pass to react-native-video.
thumbnail An Image source to use as thumbnail before the video gets loaded.
videoWidth Width of the video to calculate the player size.
videoHeight Height of the video to calculate the player size.
duration Duration can not always be figured out (e.g. when using hls), this can be used as fallback.
autoplay Start the video automatically.
defaultMuted Start the video muted, but allow toggling.
muted Start the video muted and hide the mute toggle button.
controlsTimeout Timeout when to hide the controls.
disableControlsAutoHide Disable auto hiding the controls.
disableFullscreen Disable the fullscreen button.
loop Loop the video after playback is done.
resizeMode The video's resizeMode. defaults to contain and is passed to react-native-video.
hideControlsOnStart Hides the controls on start video.
endWithThumbnail Returns to the thumbnail after the video ends.
onStart Callback for when the start button is pressed.
onPlayPress Callback for when the play button is pressed.
onHideControls Callback for when the controls are being hide.
onShowControls Callback for when the controls are being shown.
customStyles The player can be customized in this object, see customStyles for the options.

All other props are passed to the react-native-video component.

customStyles

  • wrapper
  • video
  • controls
  • playControl
  • controlButton
  • controlIcon
  • playIcon
  • seekBar
  • seekBarFullWidth
  • seekBarProgress
  • seekBarKnob
  • seekBarBackground
  • thumbnail
  • playButton
  • playArrow
  • videoWrapper

Future features

  • Make seek bar seekable.
  • Make player customizable.
  • Add volume control
  • Add fullscreen button
    • Add fullscreen button for android
  • Add loader

Setting up fullscreen on Android

Step 1:

Go to your android\app\src\main\java\your\package\directory folder where you can find MainActivity.java. Copy the java files from the repo's android\app\src\main\java folder and paste them there. Open those files in any editor(Android Studio recommended) and change the package names according to your project. After that, go to your MainApplication.java file and under the new MainReactPackage(), copy and paste this: new BridgePackage() and it should look similar to the code below if you do not have other packages.

@Override
    protected List<ReactPackage> getPackages() {
      return Arrays.<ReactPackage>asList(
          new MainReactPackage(),
          new BridgePackage()
          );
     }

Step 2:

Make a folder in your android\app\src\main\res directory and name it layout, then copy the player_fullscreen.xml from the repo's android\app\src\main\res\layout directory and paste it into your directory and then go to your AndroidManifest.xml and add this before the ending application tag: <activity android:name=".VideoActivity" android:screenOrientation="sensorLandscape" android:configChanges="orientation|screenSize" />

If you want to remove the action bar, change your theme or change the theme for your activity from the manifest

And then your fullscreen should be working and ready to go!

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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