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Operating Systems, Browsers and Mobile Devices Supported

Supported browsers with Flash Player Samba Desktop version.

Many browsers are compatible with video elements using the Flash Player plugin and H.264 video codec. In all of them can run HDS.

Are they:

Google Chrome (all versions)

Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 9+)

Mozilla Firefox (all versions)

Opera (all versions)

Apple Safari (all versions)

Browsers that support the HTML5 Player Samba version Desktop.

Many browsers are compatible with video elements in HTML5 and H.264 video codec.

Are they:

Google Chrome (all versions)

Microsoft Internet Explorer (In Windows 8 or higher, version 10 or higher)

Mozilla Firefox (In Windows 7 or higher, version 22 or higher Mozilla Firefox)

Opera (8 or higher For Windows, version 25 or greater)

Apple Safari (all versions)

 

Mobile devices that support HTML5 Player Samba

IOS version 4+ (HLS wheel) - Browser Safari

ANDROID - versions from version 4.4+ (HLS and HDS wheel) - Browser Chrome

WINDOWS PHONE Samba player supports mobile OS Windows Phone 8.1, approved in LUMIA 630 device - Browser IE

Mobile devices compatible with the Samba Player LIVE

IOS version 4+ (HLS wheel) - Browser Safari

ANDROID - versions from version 4.4+ (HLS and HDS wheel) - Browser Chrome

WINDOWS PHONE - versions without flash plugin installed. from version 8.1 (mpeg wheel / DASH) - Browser IE

Smart TVs compatible with the Samba Player Flash, HTML5 and LIVE

Samsung SMART TV

Samba player is currently approved for Samsung's SmartHub TV that has the Web Browser Samsung, both FLASH version as HTML5 version. Not approved in apps for TVs. Thus, you may or may not work in certain apps.

Chromecast (HTML5 & Flash)
This Player Samba is currently approved to run on devices that support chromecast player in Video On Demand. The Player LIVE does not yet support this feature.
Note: In chromecast still does not support advertising IMA3 (DFP), only the AdServer LiveRail.

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