You have to load the JW Player script. How would it work, otherwise? You don't have to load it from the jwpsrv.com site, however. You can just download the three files, host them yourself, and load them from your own server.
You need jwplayer.js, jwplayer.html5.js, and jwplayer.flash.swf, and they should be sitting together in a directory. You then just load jwplayer.js in the <head> section - that script will call the others if it needs them.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be in the <head>, if that’s what you’re asking. The jwplayer source must come before your setup call, however. Yes, jwplayer can be embedded in a blog – blog is a very broad term. What is the particular blogging platform you are using? If it’s Wordpress, I recommend using our Wordpress plugin.
This is the vod created using Cleeng with this code: http://jwplayerdemo.cleeng.com/vod/test/A123334370_NL
js console shows: ReferenceError: jwplayer is not defined
Which problably means that we are trying to load the player before the script is fully loaded (but I am not sure about it)
You can get access to edit this video, just log in on Cleeng as: @: firstname.lastname@example.org P: jwplayer to edit video and embed code (you have to be logged in): https://cleeng.com/dashboard/vod/add/430069001
I can’t find the code on your page that is setting up the player. I see what you posted above, and I tested that on a standalone page and it works perfectly. Are you positive that the jwplayer source is fully-loaded before you try calling jwplayer(‘playerHCh5MFLT’).setup ?
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To reproduce this problem, please, follow those steps:
1. go to http://cleeng.com/us/my-account 2. log in: @: email@example.com P: jwplayer
3. Click on video on demand (left panel) 4. You can see only one video created by me, clicking on it you will the hosted page with protected video. 5. On hosted page click on preview access (top black bar) 6. Now is the moment when video should be visible. You can notice the js console error at the moment. 7. To make sure that embed code is in place, please click on "edit video" and go to step 3 ("add you video")
Are you positive that the jwplayer source is fully-loaded before you try calling jwplayer(‘playerHCh5MFLT’).setup ?
- No, I am not positive. Are you able to validate it?