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Node.JS Youtube-video-js module blocking


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Hi guys I'm stucked in this nodeJS problem, I trying to make an embed youtube server using NodeJS, the base Idea its use and youtube/cdns video with external audio sync, I 've done this in PHP but have some issues for sync.

I used this example https://github.com/markcellus/youtube-video-js/blob/master/examples/youtube-video.html, but is giving this error module from “http://localhost:3000/youtube-video-js/dist/youtube-video.js” was blocked because of a disallowed MIME type.

npm i youtube-video-js

<!-- index.html -->

    const videoElement = document.querySelector('youtube-video');
    // must wait for DOM to be ready and for component to be accessible
    document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function () {
        // wait for loading
        videoElement.load().then(() => {
            // pause video after two seconds
            const timer = setTimeout(function () {
            }, 2000);

I'm on windows 8, last version of node, i not have bigger experience in NodejS

Interesting issue, which I'd like to understand. When I run your code in Chrome (after adding the missing HTML - please always post COMPLETE code) it gives me this error

Access to script at 'file:///D:/node_modules/youtube-video-js/dist/youtube-video.js' from origin 'null' has been blocked by CORS policy: Cross origin requests are only supported for protocol schemes: http, data, isolated-app, chrome-extension, chrome, https, chrome-untrusted.

As I understand it you can't run Node.js code in the browser. I'm not sure what exactly you are doing, why you get a different message and why it refers to http://localhost:3000/youtube-video-js/dist/youtube-video.js. It might help if you provide more details about your setup. Presumable you are using a node.js server ?

I looked up that JS file on Github and pasted the contents into my <script> block, thinking that might work. Unfortunately it reported a syntax error somewhere in the middle of the very long single line 😲
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