here are some feature requests related to audio/video playback:
Playlists for media files
I find the user experience flawless for longer videos, but if there are e.g. several short podcasts I want to listen to while running, it’s not possible to set an order in which to play them automatically (a playlist-like functionality).
Playlists would add a lot of value to the user experience related to media consumption. They would also open up DTTG for use cases such as listening to music, among others. Of course this is also possible without playlists, but currently I feel the lack of playlists is a significant limitation.
Taking annotations without interrupting video/audio through “pop out” functionality
// Edit: This feature is actually already available. The video needs to be popped out before opening the annotations file via the inspector.
When watching a video or listening to audio, it is not possible to add annotations without interrupting the playback.
Perhaps the video/audio could “pop out” and play in the background when the inspector is opened and a user taps the Annotations button?
I believe popping out the video player may now be a standard iOS feature that could be tapped into for realizing this (but it’s just an assumption).
Thanks for considering.