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Testing HTML5 Video Playback

HTML5 is the fastest growing web development trend and HTML5 video as a part of HTML5 becomes the new natural way to show video online. iPad, iPhone, Android, all new browsers declare the support for HTML5 video. It’s great, but what is the usual route to create HTML5 video? First you need to find converters and make three versions of your video – .OGG, MP4, WebM. Then, to provide the compatibility with IE and old browsers you add a fallback Flash version of your video with Flash video player. And finally, you extract an image for poster and write batch lines of code to combine all of it… Quite complicated?

Forget about it with EasyHTML5Video!


All it takes is 3 easy steps to convert any of your video to HTML5:
1. Drag-n-drop video file to Easy HTML5 Video;
2. Set poster image, select codecs, tune settings;
3. Press "Start".
As a result you’ll get an html page with all necessary code, images, and videos.


EasyHTML5Video makes your life easier with HTML5 video!


The video on this webpage was inserted using HTML5 video!. The big test will be to see if it appears on a mobile phone device.


UPDATE…
The video appears to load ok on this webpage, and it also plays on my Nokia 610 mobile phone. The software we used can be found here.


This video was created using the low resolution feature of the software, for viewing on a mobile device.

encode webm video software by EasyHtml5Video.com v2.0


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