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HTML5 Video Background Elements & Testing

in Video, HTML5, JQuery, Web Design | August 19, 2015

HTML5 Video Background Elements & Testing

With advancing technology in processors, wifi and video encoding, it has recently become feasible for web developers to start to embedding rich video content as elements in web pages. A few major corporate websites (PayPal, for example) have recently introduced video background elements via HTML5 on their homepages. While building our homepage’s main slider, we decided to embrace the futuristic tech and build a...

Embedding YouTube Videos in Your Website

in Youtube, Video, Internet | March 12, 2012

Embedding YouTube Videos in Your Website

I often find myself in a situation where I'll have to embed a YouTube video in a website, and even more often that I find that others out there have a need to embed YouTube videos but are just unsure of the specific steps. Either way, here's a quick guide to easily and quickly getting the embed code from a YouTube video and embedding it...

Cross Browser Videos for the Web

in Video, Internet, Web Design | February 22, 2012

Cross Browser Videos for the Web

Sometimes when working on websites it's nice to include and/or produce a video to embed in the site to give it a little motion and variety. Embedding YouTube videos is a decent option...unless that YouTube watermark overlay featured in the YouTube player is driving you nuts. In that case, you'll need to host the video elsewhere (like the server that hosts your website) and embed...

The Best Free Video Converter on the Web

in Video, Internet, Free Software | February 17, 2012

The Best Free Video Converter on the Web

Now that we live in the future, more and more of our videos are digital, and many people find themselves with video formats they don't want to deal with or don't know how to use for their intended platorm. Transport Streams (.ts) and Matroska Media Container (.mkv) formats are especially frustrating. If you're just watching videos on your laptop, you can get away with installing...

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