Posts Tagged ‘ html5 ’

10 Inevitable Truths you should know about HTML5

October 19, 2011
By

In reality, despite its powerful capabilities, HTML5 isn’t the most effective for every problem regarding the competency on whats the best code for the web. It’s features are compelling but will help make web apps formidable competitors for native apps, but security issues, limitations of local data storage, synchronization challenges, also all of us want scale back our expectations for your spec. With all things considered every, technology has its own limitations. Issue No. 1: Security is usually a nightmare You might be challenged with client-side computing, and the fact that users ultimately has control over the code running...

Read more »

How to Add QuickTime Videos to a Web Page

September 14, 2011
By
How to Add QuickTime Videos to a Web Page

Add QuickTime Videos to a Web Page For years many formats have been released for compatibility issues, compression and encoded by different Orgs, groups and companies; the  competition on promoting the most effecient player, but non-have yet succeeded. You  have encountered so many formats for videos and audio (whether from downloading from other hosting sites, or converted). Every file format has its strengths and weaknesses, depending on the platform that they are running from, as in our case from browsers that supports the quicktime plug-in. QuickTime is an extensible proprietary multimedia framework developed by Apple Inc., capable of handling various formats of digital video, picture, sound, panoramic images,...

Read more »

How to Easily Embed a Video on your site using the new WEB/HTML5

September 5, 2011
By
How to Easily Embed a Video on your site using the new WEB/HTML5

If you already know how to embed, or otherwise not yet familiar with the new web code for adding multi-media features on your site using HTML5. You could check my other blogs “How to add multi-media Html5 on your site” For more information on HTML5, and how you can easily embed and upload your videos on any site, or blogs if you prefer client side coding like WordPress and Blogger — meaning you can embed them without setting-up any servers or if there are no flash plug-ins supported on your browser. Let me introduce to you the JWPlayer… The JW...

Read more »

How to Add-Media to your site by HTML5

August 18, 2011
By

Add-Media to your site by HTML5 Developers are now setting the standards on the new code for web pages, which is HTML5 the 5th revision source code for HTML that is used in making templates and pages for browsers. Using HTML5 is somewhat like coding through HMTL, but it focuses on media development. The big problem with html5 is that the standard is not final yet, and different browsers support different subsets of the proposed standard. For more info about HTML5, click here. Here’s a code example for adding a video through html5.. Playing Video on the WEB VIDEO<!DOCTYPE HTML>...

Read more »

What are the browsers with webM support?

April 12, 2011
By
What are the browsers with webM support?

WebM video files play directly in your web browser using a new technology called HTML5. No plug-ins are required, but you must install a web browser that supports WebM files. Whats great about WebM video is that its a very high quality video,which has a great video playback performance, even on older computers. It’s also 100% free, open to everyone and supported on popular video sites like YouTube. It supported web browsers like Mozilla Firefox 4, opera 10.60, Google Chrome 6 and Microsoft internet explorer 9.The easiest way is downloading a rough developer-oriented test version of two browsers that...

Read more »

Download Fast Video Indexer

Download Fast Video Cataloger