HTML 5 Video
presented by Andrew Dibb
Video on the Web
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Interactive

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Visually interesting

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Examples:
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http://couleecreative.com/

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http://www.ristor...
F-ing Flash
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2002 - Macromedia releases
Flash

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2005 - YouTube is launched
making exclusive use of Flash

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Users mus...
HTML5 Video

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Native to browser

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One tag - multiple video types

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No Javascript/Actionscript
Formats
.mp4 = H.264 + AAC
.ogg/.ogv = Theora + Vorbis
.webm = VP8 + Vorbis
Browser Support
Works Cited
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Wilcox, Mike. "HTML5 Video Explained." HTML5
Video Explained. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2013.

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  • Hey Andrew, awesome presentation! Maybe you would like to check out Clipchamp.com? It is a great example of using HTML5 video :)
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  • mp4 - we are familiar with
    ogg/ogv - Ogg Vorbis video encoding technology.
    webm - an attempt to create a high-quality, open video format for the web
  • This is a good thing for the web. YouTube is in the process of going HTML5
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    1. 1. HTML 5 Video presented by Andrew Dibb
    2. 2. Video on the Web • Interactive • Visually interesting • Examples: • http://couleecreative.com/ • http://www.ristorantebastimento.it/
    3. 3. F-ing Flash • 2002 - Macromedia releases Flash • 2005 - YouTube is launched making exclusive use of Flash • Users must all have Flash installed on computer and current versions • Apple v. Adobe Flash
    4. 4. HTML5 Video • Native to browser • One tag - multiple video types • No Javascript/Actionscript
    5. 5. Formats .mp4 = H.264 + AAC .ogg/.ogv = Theora + Vorbis .webm = VP8 + Vorbis
    6. 6. Browser Support
    7. 7. Works Cited • Wilcox, Mike. "HTML5 Video Explained." HTML5 Video Explained. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2013. • "HTML5 Video." HTML5 Video. W3 Schools, n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2013. • Delgado, Ernest. "HTML5 Rocks." - A Resource for Open Web HTML5 Developers. HTML5 Rocks, 3 Aug. 2010. Web. 25 Nov. 2013.

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