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SublimeVideo

SublimeVideo is a javascript library you can use to serve HTML5 video to capable browsers while still retaining compatibility with older browsers, gracefully degrading to using a flash–based player. In many ways, it is similar to html5media, another library we featured a few weeks ago.

Plupload: Uploading Made Simple

Plupload is an open–source tool that allows you to provide uploading functionality for your website. So what makes it special? It utilizes HTML5, Gears, Silverlight, Flash, BrowserPlus or normal forms, providing some unique features such as upload progress, image resizing and chunked uploads—all this transparently and without the developer’s intervention.

This project is from the guys who made TinyMCE, so I’m sure incremental updates will be regular.

html5media: <video> Tag for Everyone!

html5media is a javascript utility that you can simply call in your page’s header and use the generic HTML5 <video> tag to display videos, without having to worry if your reader’s browser support HTML5 and the <video> tag.

Usage is very simple. Place this code in the <head> section:

<script src="http://html5media.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/src/html5media.min.js"></script>

After that, embedded movies can be added simply:

<video src="video.mp4" width="320" height="240" controls autobuffer></video>

When HTML5 video is supported by a given browser, the file is served as is. Otherwise, a simple flash movie player is dynamically swapped in its place. Note however that encoding issues are still present, especially the H.264/Theora debate that plagues Firefox and makes it different to other modern browsers.

Feeling the urge to dive into HTML 5 tod …

Feeling the urge to dive into HTML 5 today? The free H5 WordPress theme should be a good start!

Try out HTML5 today!

Try out HTML5 today!

Online video without the bloat — yes, H …

Online video without the bloat — yes, HTML5 is almost here. The latest Firefox 3.5 pre–release supports the new <video> tag in HTML5 and a demo proves it, courtesy of Dailymotion. Is this going to be the downfall of Flash? I’m tired of it consuming too much CPU scycles anyway.

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