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                <stream src="440d97cefeca592b82647328f8b0b8b6" preload mute id="stream1"></stream>
<script data-cfasync="false" defer type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

<stream src="23bca3a5d866af1697e13154c3423514" preload mute id="stream2"></stream>
<script data-cfasync="false" defer type="text/javascript" src=""></script>	

    var firstStreamElement = document.getElementById('stream1');

    var secondStreamElement = document.getElementById('stream2');
    console.log('first video '+firstStreamElement);
    console.log('second video '+secondStreamElement);

    // Playing event fired from the Strem element will call this function
    // which will set a timeout to pause the video in 5 seconds
    function onPlaying() {
        console.log("now the video is playing");
        //setTimeout(pauseVideo, 5000);

    firstStreamElement.addEventListener("loadedmetadata", function() {
        console.log('I should start playing, but I do not in IE');;

    firstStreamElement.addEventListener('play', onPlaying);
    firstStreamElement.addEventListener('ended', function() {;

    secondStreamElement.addEventListener('play', onPlaying);

    secondStreamElement.addEventListener('ended', function() {
        console.log('second video ended');

    // Place event listeners to trigger the functions when time is ready
    // The loadedmetadata is a good event to call to determine the element is
    // ready for playout