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Revision as of 14:58, 25 June 2009

The HTML5 specification includes support for <video> and <audio>. This page outlines use of HTML5 syntax with Xiph.Org codecs, particularly Ogg Theora and Ogg Vorbis. It is also a place to collect ideas for ogg.org.

Contents

Browser Support

TheoraSoftwarePlayers

Mozilla Firefox

Opera

Google Chrome

Apple Safari

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Plugins

Compatibility

Web Video sites

The following web sites support HTML5 directly:

  • tinyvid.tv
  • DailyMotion
  • MetaVid

For more examples of Ogg Theora video, see List of Theora videos.

Technology for setting up your own site

HTML5 <video> embedding

There are various ways to provide HTML5 video content with fallbacks for older browsers and non-free codecs.

You can include one of the scripts below, or modify source from an existing page such as the HTML of CELT presentations.

mv_embed

mv_embed homepage and mv_embed on MediaWiki

Example sites using mv_embed:

iTheora

iTheora

Example sites using iTheora:

Video for Everybody

Video for Everybody is "a chunk of HTML code that embeds a video into a website using the HTML5 <video> element."

Encoding, transcoding

Firefogg

Firefogg provides "video encoding and uploading for Firefox". This includes a Firefox extension that allows users to encode video to Ogg Theora on their own computer while uploading it to your site. This simplifies the upload for users as they can simply choose from their existing video files, and simplifies your web site by allowing you to deal with only one video format, and offloading the CPU cycles required for encoding to the user.

Content management

Backend servers

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