MPEG-DASH video with HLS fallback and mp4 fallback

Here is a demonstration of an MPEG-DASH adaptive streaming video.
The player automatically switches to the bitrate version in accordance with the internet connection of the visitor. The visitor can also select a bitrate version manually via the HD button.  MPEG-DASH is in one sense better than HLS, namely that you can set video segments to 2 seconds instead of 10 seconds for HLS. This means that when the visitor changes the bandwidth quality, he/she only has to wait until 2 seconds before the quality changes.
This example has a mp4 progressive download fallback in case a device cannot play MPG-DASH.

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