eforgeot at gmail.com
Mon May 14 01:44:28 CDT 2012
I don't know about flowplayer since the cookbook is no longer
available, but it seems if you propose your videos in both webm
**and** H.264 (mp4), it should be all available on Firefox, Chrome,
Opera, Safari, IE9:
Now I understand maybe better why the html5-video cookbook doesn't add
extensions to the video in the pmwiki source code: this way if a
format isn't supported in a browser, it will fallback to another one
(if you have both formats on your website)
I think webm should be working (if not now, soon at least) with
android (webkit) browsers, and h264 with iOS iphones and ipad.
2012/5/14 jdd <jdd at dodin.org>:
> I would like to use flowplayer (http://flowplayer.org/) wich seems to be the
> best flash player and able to read nearly any video format.
> I already installed long time ago the pmwiki cookbook:
> but I wonder what is it's status given the link to the php file is now dead.
> is it difficult to adapt or is there any other recipe with the same feature?
> the goal is to give an alternative to the html5 page
> for IE, safari and webphones
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