The state of streaming video on the Web is a bit of a mess, right now. The video is packaged in 3 different formats, each containing 4 different bitrates, to accommodate the widest range of browsers and bandwith conditions. And, despite all that effort, you still had trouble playing the video ...
Safari (desktop and iOS) should play the video out-of-the-box.
Chrome should play the video out-of-the-box. The Chapter-Selector menu and Closed-Caption button are available. The poster-frame doesn't display, but that's just cosmetic.
Firefox 47 and later will play the video out-of-the box. The Chapter-Selector menu and Closed-Caption button are available.
The only defect is that the captions are un-styled because of this Firefox bug.
Firefox 43–46 should play the video out-of-the-box, with two peculiarities.
Firefox 41 or 42 will play the video natively, with a bit of tweaking.
mediainto the search box.
media.mediasource.whitelistand double-click on it to change it from
You should now be able to play the video. The Chapter-Selector menu and Closed-Caption button are available, but:
I believe that Microsoft Edge is able to play the video without a plugin, but I have not been able to test this.
Still having trouble? Questions or comments? Email me.