<video id="sampleMovie" src="HTML5Sample.mov" controls></video>
That’s it! That’s all you need to add a video player to your site without any third-party add-ons or embedded code from other sites — just one simple tag.
If only it was really that easy.
The complexity of HTML5 arises not from the syntax, but from browser support and video encoding. Web developers are used to struggling with browser compatibility, but you also have wider-than-usual disagreement among browser vendors regarding codec standards. In order to build a successful HTML5 site, you’ll need to take into account how modern browsers to implement HTML5 video Web standards as well as how to handle how users view video in legacy browsers.
Yes webpage will implement video playback using html5....
Web browser with HTML5 and H.264/WebM video support (older versions of Mobile Opera and Mobile FireFox, as well as Opera Desktop, only support WebM video format therefore they will not playback videos in H.264 format).
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