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RE: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page

2011-09-09 Thread Lapcewich, Dennis
Take a look at Adobe’s Open Source Media Framework program --- 
http://www.osmf.org/index.php

Granted, it’s Flash-based but they do have information which may be helpful for 
non-Flash users.  And it’s all free.

Dennis


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Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2011 9:47 PM
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Subject: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page


Hello,

I would be grateful if someone could clarify the best means of embedding video 
into a web page so as to be viewable by the widest range of users (desktop, 
mobile, different OSs, etc).

Embedding Flash video is easy enough, however, iPhone / iPad users cannot view 
this format and I need to address these users. (I would also like users of 
other mobile devices to be able to view the video, but the iOS issue has been 
insurmountable thus far).

Alternative formats suffer plugin difficulties. As we know, support for the 
video element is still patchy.

Has anyone managed to find a way through this obstacle course? If so, I would 
be grateful for your suggestions!

Many thanks and regards,

Grant Bailey
University of Western Sydney

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[WSG] Fwd: Video in web page

2011-09-06 Thread grant_malcolm_bailey
 
Hello, 

I would be grateful if someone could clarify the best means of embedding video 
into a web page so as to be viewable by the widest range of users (desktop, 
mobile, different OSs, etc). 

Embedding Flash video is easy enough, however, iPhone / iPad users cannot view 
this format and I need to address these users. (I would also like users of 
other mobile devices to be able to view the video, but the iOS issue has been 
insurmountable thus far). 

Alternative formats suffer plugin difficulties. As we know, support for the 
video element is still patchy. 

Has anyone managed to find a way through this obstacle course? If so, I would 
be grateful for your suggestions! 

Many thanks and regards, 

Grant Bailey 
University of Western Sydney

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Re: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page

2011-09-06 Thread David Thomas
Hi,

I would use youtube to embed a video in a webpage because i'm pretty shore that 
it defaults to flash but also has support for mobile and other devices. Youtube 
is really easy to implement, all you need to do is copy the embed code and it 
should work.

You can however user HTML5 with flash fallback if you didn't want the video on 
youtube although this requires converting it to a few different filetypes for 
compatibility and can be hard to implement.

Remember: Make the video accessible by adding captions and a descriptive text 
base transcript alternative.

David Thomas



On 07/09/2011, at 12:46 PM, grant_malcolm_bai...@westnet.com.au wrote:

 
 Hello,
 
 I would be grateful if someone could clarify the best means of embedding 
 video into a web page so as to be viewable by the widest range of users 
 (desktop, mobile, different OSs, etc).
 
 Embedding Flash video is easy enough, however, iPhone / iPad users cannot 
 view this format and I need to address these users. (I would also like users 
 of other mobile devices to be able to view the video, but the iOS issue has 
 been insurmountable thus far).
 
 Alternative formats suffer plugin difficulties. As we know, support for the 
 video element is still patchy.
 
 Has anyone managed to find a way through this obstacle course? If so, I would 
 be grateful for your suggestions!
 
 Many thanks and regards,
 
 Grant Bailey
 University of Western Sydney
 
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Re: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page

2011-09-06 Thread paultea
http://videojs.com/ 

a) Flash, with HTML 5 fallback (iPhone/iPad users) and worst case...a link

or

b) HTML 5, then Flash as fallback... and, again, worst case a link

Not perfect, but hopefully covers the scenario you're in.





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Hello,

I would be grateful if someone could clarify the best means of embedding 
video into a web page so as to be viewable by the widest range of users 
(desktop, mobile, different OSs, etc).

Embedding Flash video is easy enough, however, iPhone / iPad users cannot 
view this format and I need to address these users. (I would also like 
users of other mobile devices to be able to view the video, but the iOS 
issue has been insurmountable thus far).

Alternative formats suffer plugin difficulties. As we know, support for 
the video element is still patchy.

Has anyone managed to find a way through this obstacle course? If so, I 
would be grateful for your suggestions!

Many thanks and regards,

Grant Bailey
University of Western Sydney

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Re: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page

2011-09-06 Thread Jose Arturo de la Rosa Vidal
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Subject: FW: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2011 00:34:07 -0500

 HI,
There are several converters and programs such as:
1)abcc-free-all-media-to-mp3-converter
2)dvcCONVERTIDOR DE VIDEOc
3)m-mp4-converter

I hope that helps somewhat greetings

Jose de la Rosa Vidal
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From: d...@daveycreative.com
Subject: Re: [WSG] Fwd: Video in web page
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2011 13:07:44 +0800
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

Hi,

2011/9/6 grant_malcolm_bai...@westnet.com.au


 Hello,

 I would be grateful if someone could clarify the best means of embedding
 video into a web page so as to be viewable by the widest range of users
 (desktop, mobile, different OSs, etc).

 Embedding Flash video is easy enough, however, iPhone / iPad users cannot
 view this format and I need to address these users. (I would also like users
 of other mobile devices to be able to view the video, but the iOS issue has
 been insurmountable thus far).

 Alternative formats suffer plugin difficulties. As we know, support for the
 video element is still patchy.

 Has anyone managed to find a way through this obstacle course? If so, I
 would be grateful for your suggestions!

 Many thanks and regards,

 Grant Bailey
 University of Western Sydney

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