Posts Tagged ‘ WebM ’

How to Improve your Images in your Web Site for traffic

September 14, 2011
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Improve your Images on your Web Site for traffic   Well, you all know that providing good content and sharing something good to read brings traffic to your website. It also works in images. Media is the main attraction on the internet, some people tend to look to pictures and videos, read the caption about it, rather than reading a full article. And the matter of fact, enticing more users to read your topic gives them an idea of how and what your website really is, and keeps them coming back for more. If showing of your skills in...

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How to Capture Frames in 3GP videos using FVI

August 31, 2011
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How to Capture Frames in 3GP videos using FVI

What is the 3gp format? You have a 3G phone and you have 3gp videos, what can you do? well, 3gp formats are widely used in 3G mobile devices for playing videos, but it could also play 2G and 4G phones. It is a multimedia container format produced by Third Generation Partnership (3GPP). 3GP is a simplified version of the MP4 format, which have reduced the requirements of storage space for G’Phone’s. A lowered bandwidth to make full use of the mobile phone’s limited storage space and capacity. When transferred to a computer, 3GP movies and playbacks can be...

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How to Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI

August 25, 2011
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How to Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI

Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI A little info about webM, WebM is an open media file format designed for the web. Its files consist of video streams compressed with the VP8 video codec and audio streams compressed with the Vorbis audio codec. The file structure is based on the Matroska media container. more info Ok, so now you have downloaded, or had a WebM video that you want to put up in a site, and you want to make thumbnails for it to post in your blog, social site etc. And, you probably have already installed the...

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How to play WebM files in windows media player

August 22, 2011
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How to play WebM files in windows media player

Playing WebM files into Windows Media Player Let’s take a recap. WebM files or formats where meant and designed for use on the web. With its high resolution and fast playback, it competes with other web media formats like FLV and H.264. Its files consist of video streams compressed with the VP8 video codec and audio streams compressed with the Vorbis audio codec. The file structure is based on the Matroska media container, like so. Check my blog here if you want to know why do I want webM videos. This isn’t much of a problem, since you can easily...

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Video Files and Convert it to any Format

August 19, 2011
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Video Files and Convert it to any Format

Any Video Converter  So, in using the AVC (Any Video Converter) we will convert your downloaded videos in any format.  This is a continuation from How to Download Video Files and Convert it to any Format Let’s continue, These are the formats that you could choose from. MPEG-4 Movie for mobile phones; AVI, MPEG I-II, Matroska, Also Supports Webm Vidoes, so its great for uploading it to websites using HTML5. HTML5 Tutorial here. We have chosen our format to convert, now let’s configure it and find out some tweaks AVC has to offer. AVC is one of the  very useful tools for...

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How to Add-Media to your site by HTML5

August 18, 2011
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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>...

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Fast video indexer 1.20

April 25, 2011
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Today I uploaded a new version of Fast video indexer. It’s a minor upgrade that adds .webm as a recognized video file extension. The documentation is also updated to correct some spelling errors.

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H.264 versus Google’s VP8

April 16, 2011
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H.264 versus Google’s VP8

We have H.264, the tried-and-true industry codec for high-quality multimedia compression that has found itself caught up in a larger battle of open versus proprietary versus licensed standards for Web multimedia distribution. But let me just give you a short definition of the two codec. The H.264 is a standard for video compression, and is currently one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of high definition video while the VP8 is defined as a high quality, royalty free, open source codec deployed on millions of computers and devices worldwide. According to Encoding.com, 66...

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VP8 Tools for WebM

April 15, 2011
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VP8 Tools for WebM

Google wrapped up Vorbis and VP8 into WebM and is offering it as open source to help drive a fully open standard for media online including video. Nearly everyone and their brother have jumped on board and so it’s time to start looking at how to begin implementing it as it could be the next best thing. The tools are still in the proverbial Stone Age as it’s just been announced recently and you’ll need some tech savvies to get going. Here are the five list of free VP8 webM tools support that I found. First is the FFMPEG,a...

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How do you try WebM?

April 14, 2011
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How do you try WebM?

If you want to try WebM, the open video format released by Google, you first need a browser that supports it. Today, the easiest way is downloading a rough developer-oriented test version of two browsers that will have support built-in: Firefox and Opera. Programmers have been working to add support for some time, but only made the changes public after Google’s announcement. The open-source project behind Google Chrome, Chromium, has been updated with WebM support, but it’ll take until May 24 for it to sift into the developer channel of the Chrome browser for convenient testing. Apple has been...

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