When you embed a video player in a page, you will notice that it does not resize with the browser window. This occurs because, by default, the video player is given a fixed width and height, preventing it from responding to changes in the browser. One aspect of responsive web design is ensuring that elements within your page adapt gracefully to different screen sizes.
Brid automatically calculates all necessary data depending on your player size to create responsive sizing embed code for your use. All you need to do is to copy and paste the embed code from Brid to your web page and let Brid do everything else.
This feature of Brid players is especially useful for site's that have responsive elements built in for mobile use.
Brid players also maintain the original aspect ratio of your embedded player so that it not only resizes in width but in height as well!
The best way to make sure your player is responsive in size is to enter the aspect ratio in the width and height parameters of the embed code.
E.g. "width": 16, "height": 9