A few questions ...
Is this all happening on one website ... it's just different pages?
Does the "controller guy" need to be able to force videos to start and stop,
or does the video player itself stay under control of the user?
Do all users viewing see the same video at the same time?
And by that I mean, if a viewer goes to your webpage, they'll see
the YouTube video player ... they have to press "play". Another viewer
will visit the page and see the same YouTube video ... and they
also have to press "play". One person is half-way through the video,
the other person has just started viewing it.
The viewers will also not finish watching at the same time. The "controller guy"
will have no idea what part of the video the user has seen. A viewer may finish
watching and just sit there ... meanwhile, the other visitors are watching the
next video. The "controller guy" really has no control over that, because web pages
are loaded into each individual user's browser ... they are not "kiosks".
I'm curious about addlisteners to determine when a video finishes. I'm seeing info like this:
another link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6...hen-video-ends
I suppose if a video finishes, you can refresh the page and PHP loads the next one for the user.
With "autoplay", the video starts when the page loads.