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…use cases.

Affected topics: Video and Audio

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// playback state
attribute double <a href=#dom-media-currenttime title=dom-media-currentTime>currentTime</a>;
readonly attribute double <a href=#dom-media-initialtime title=dom-media-initialTime>initialTime</a>;
readonly attribute double <a href=#dom-media-duration title=dom-media-duration>duration</a>;
readonly attribute <span>Date</span> <a href=#dom-media-startdate title=dom-media-startDate>startDate</a>;
readonly attribute boolean <a href=#dom-media-paused title=dom-media-paused>paused</a>;

</dd>

<dt><var title="">media</var> . <code title=dom-media-initialTime><a href=#dom-media-initialtime>initialTime</a></code></dt>

<dd>

<p>Returns the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback position</a>, that is, time
to which the <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> was automatically seeked
when it was loaded. Returns zero if the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a> is still unknown.</p>

</dd>

</dl><div class=impl>

<p>A <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> has a <dfn id=media-timeline>media timeline</dfn>
resource</a> is loaded. The <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a> is a time on the <a href=#media-timeline>media timeline</a>.</p>

<p>The <dfn id=dom-media-initialtime title=dom-media-initialTime><code>initialTime</code></dfn>
attribute must, on getting, return the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a>, expressed in seconds.</p>

<p>If the <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> is a streaming resource, then
the user agent might be unable to obtain certain parts of the
resource after it has expired from its buffer. Similarly, some <a href=#media-resource title="media resource">media resources</a> might have a
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// playback state
attribute double <a href=#dom-media-currenttime title=dom-media-currentTime>currentTime</a>;
readonly attribute double <a href=#dom-media-initialtime title=dom-media-initialTime>initialTime</a>;
readonly attribute double <a href=#dom-media-duration title=dom-media-duration>duration</a>;
readonly attribute <span>Date</span> <a href=#dom-media-startdate title=dom-media-startDate>startDate</a>;
readonly attribute boolean <a href=#dom-media-paused title=dom-media-paused>paused</a>;

</dd>

<dt><var title="">media</var> . <code title=dom-media-initialTime><a href=#dom-media-initialtime>initialTime</a></code></dt>

<dd>

<p>Returns the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback position</a>, that is, time
to which the <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> was automatically seeked
when it was loaded. Returns zero if the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a> is still unknown.</p>

</dd>

</dl><div class=impl>

<p>A <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> has a <dfn id=media-timeline>media timeline</dfn>
resource</a> is loaded. The <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a> is a time on the <a href=#media-timeline>media timeline</a>.</p>

<p>The <dfn id=dom-media-initialtime title=dom-media-initialTime><code>initialTime</code></dfn>
attribute must, on getting, return the <a href=#initial-playback-position>initial playback
position</a>, expressed in seconds.</p>

<p>If the <a href=#media-resource>media resource</a> is a streaming resource, then
the user agent might be unable to obtain certain parts of the
resource after it has expired from its buffer. Similarly, some <a href=#media-resource title="media resource">media resources</a> might have a
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// playback state
attribute double <span title="dom-media-currentTime">currentTime</span>;
readonly attribute double <span title="dom-media-initialTime">initialTime</span>;
readonly attribute double <span title="dom-media-duration">duration</span>;
readonly attribute <span>Date</span> <span title="dom-media-startDate">startDate</span>;
readonly attribute boolean <span title="dom-media-paused">paused</span>;

</dd>

<dt><var title="">media</var> . <code title="dom-media-initialTime">initialTime</code></dt>

<dd>

<p>Returns the <span>initial playback position</span>, that is, time
to which the <span>media resource</span> was automatically seeked
when it was loaded. Returns zero if the <span>initial playback
position</span> is still unknown.</p>

</dd>

</dl>

<div class="impl">
resource</span> is loaded. The <span>initial playback
position</span> is a time on the <span>media timeline</span>.</p>

<p>The <dfn
title="dom-media-initialTime"><code>initialTime</code></dfn>
attribute must, on getting, return the <span>initial playback
position</span>, expressed in seconds.</p>

<p>If the <span>media resource</span> is a streaming resource, then
the user agent might be unable to obtain certain parts of the
resource after it has expired from its buffer. Similarly, some <span

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