This tutorial is going to cope with the task of creating your own video player on HTML5 Video. The video-element by itself already provides the necessary set of controls for playback controlling. In order you could see the playback control panel, it’s necessary to set the controls attribute.
Embed native HTML5 video into your pages without plug-ins, and provide Flash-based fallback content for legacy browsers. Opera’s Vadim Makeev shows the way. Want to add video to your site? HTML5 enables us to do this as easily as placing images with an img element – and in this tutorial,.Net Magazine shows you how the magic is done.
One of the more controversial additions to HTML5, the video element, offers a plug-in free alternative to proprietary formats. If you would like to use the new HTML5 video element in your markup, you’ll appreciate this excerpt from Christopher Schmitt’s CSS Cookbook, Third Edition.
This tutorial on building an HTML5 video player is offered from Rob Walsh, a designer from Chicago. This tutorial demonstrates how to make it working smoothly cross different browsers and iPad.
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?
In conclusion, i hope you find these tutorials very useful, if you have some more tutorials about HTML5 video to suggest, don’t hesitate to leave your comment!