Hi all, here I want to provide some great jQuery Media we have collected for your needs. Nowadays, both audio and video streaming are popular on web, they will work with HTML5 and jQuery video players.
jQuery Media plugins are very helpful tools for web developers, they can be entertaining and engage user experience through your website.
Sharp Gallery is a powerful jQuery plugin that creates a beautiful grid based image gallery. Some of great features:
- Comes with 16 templates
- Fully responsive
- CSS3 animations with JS fallback
- Cross browser support
- Easy to edit CSS and JS code
- Source files included
howler.js is an audio library for the modern web. It defaults to Web Audio API and falls back to HTML5 Audio.
YouTube Gallery Wall
Youtube Gallery Wall transforms a UL element containing links to Youtube videos into a “wall” of video thumbnails automatically. Moving your mouse over each thumbnail (or tapping on a mobile devices) gives you the option to play the video inside a lightbox.
OKVideo is a jQuery plugin that allows for YouTube or Vimeo videos to be used as full-screen backgrounds on webpages. OKVideo aims to be customizable while making some basic decisions about how the plugin should control video.
PreViewTube.js is a jQuery plugin for animating YouTube thumbnail images.
Tone.js is a Web Audio framework for creating interactive music in the browser. The architecture of Tone.js aims to be familiar to both musicians and audio programmers looking to create web-based audio applications.
Audio Player with HTML5 and jQuery
A nice looking audio player that you can use on your website, created by using HML5 Audio, jQuery and CSS.
AudioControls is a simple lightweight jQuery plugin, helps you to create your own audio player, playlist and additional features.
jQuery Youtube Channels Playlist
A jQuery plugin to show Youtube channels playlist on your site.
canvid is a tiny dependency free library for playback of relatively short videos on canvas elements.
SuperEmbed.js detects YouTube, Vimeo, Vine, VideoPress, DailyMotion, and more embedded videos on webpages and makes them responsive. Essentially, this means they strech to fill their container while still maintaining the original aspect ratio.