Differences Between Player V3 and Player V2 (Deprecated)

The Ooyala player provides support for Flash playback with HTML5 fallback for a number of platforms.

Note: Ooyala Player V3 and V2 have been deprecated and are scheduled to be disabled on 2018-01-31. After that date, Player V3 and Player V2 will no longer play your video or audio content. Customers still using older players need to migrate to Player V4 (see Player V4.

The following table describes the differences between the current Player V3 and the deprecated Player V2 (see V2 Player APIs (Player V2 Deprecated)).

Player V3 Player V2 (Deprecated) Change from Player V2 to Player V3
JavaScript API (V3) only JavaScript API (V2) and Flash ActionScript API (V2 only) JavaScript and Flash ActionScript APIs are unified.
JavaScript API (V3) only (no ActionScript API) ActionScript API ActionScript APIs are no longer directly supported. If you want to embed the player within a Flash app, use prior player versions. They continue to work but you still interact with the embedded player through JavaScript.
All interaction is done entirely in JavaScript API (V3) APIs and events tied DOM objects. APIs and events are no longer tied to DOM objects.
All player configuration is done through JavaScript API (V3). Player configuration using query parameters Some query parameters are still supported in Player v3.
Flash Player supports YouTube videos, HTML5 currently player does not Flash Player supports YouTube videos  

For more information, see HTML5 Player V3 (Deprecated) and Flash Player V3 (Deprecated).

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