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Figure 14.4. Browser video controls
The audio or video element can be referenced by a variable using one of the document
methods we saw in Chapter 6 :
video = document.getElementsByTagName("video")[0];
Audio and video elements have a number of properties and methods to control the playback
of the clip.
The play() method will start the clip playing from its current position:;
The pause() method will pause the clip at its current position:
The volume property is a number that can be used to set the audio volume:
video.volume = 90;
The muted property is a Boolean value that can be used to mute the audio:
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