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Streaming Audio / Video
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- Can I have video or audio on my website?
You can add audio or video files to any of your pages, however you will need to consider the size of the files you are storing on your site and the bandwidth it will consume if multiple users access your audio or video files. Video files can be very large if not compressed properly for the we ...
- What is the best type of video to use for the web?
There is no "right" answer to this question. Many different video file formats promise to deliver the highest quality video at the smallest possible size; however, the real issue usually becomes what file format is supported by the majority of your visitors. Here is a summary of some of the mo ...
- How do I stream video from my site?
Authentic media streaming is a server-side function and cannot be achieved without the use of a streaming server. A streaming server pushes media data to the client and has the ability to adjust the data rate / quality of the media stream dynamically in response to variations in the client's c ...
- How do I stream or add an audio file to my site?
Streaming is a term that is frequently misused to describe deploying any media on the web. Authentic streaming requires the use of a streaming server dedicated to serving media files, frequently using a protocol other than HTTP (such as rtsp) to improve performance. There are no streaming serve ...
- How do I Embed a Quicktime Video on One of My Pages?
The old method for embedding Quicktime video on your web page was as follows: <object classid="clsid:02BF25D5-8C17-4B23-BC80-D3488ABDDC6B" codebase="http://www.apple.com/qtactivex/qtplugin.cab#version=6,0,2,0" width="320" height="256" align="middle"> <param name="src" value="[you ...
- How do I Embed a Windows Media Video on One of my Pages?
The method for embedding a Windows Media video file on your web page is as follows (replace all attribute values shown in braces with your own values; the '[0|1]' attribute values in the <embed> element represent a true|false value--> 0 = false, 1 = true): <OBJECT ID="MediaPlayer" WID ...
- How do I Embed a Flash Video in one of My Pages?
The method for embedding a Flash video file in your web page depends on which Flash format you are using. Flash video objects may be encoded in either .swf or .flv format. If you encode your video as a .flv file you will need to embed a .swf-based flash player in order to play your .flv files o ...
- How do I compress a video file for the web?
Video Compression Uncompressed video files are too large to be used on the web. For example, standard uncompressed NTSC video (720 x 480) has a data rate of about 27 Mb / second. At this rate, 46 seconds of video would fill an entire Advanced Hosting account, and if it we viewed about one time ...
- How do I set up an audio or video podcast on my site?
Audio or Video podcasting involves creating the audio or video media you are offering, and then updating an RSS (or Atom) feed with information about your media file. RSS (version 1.0 and 2.0) and Atom are XML-based formats that are used to syndicate content as it is updated. The content could ...
- How Do I Embed a Real Media Video File in one of My Pages?
A Real Media video file (.rm) can be embedded in your page directly using the following code: (replace all attribute values shown in braces with your own values) Embed a Real Media File <OBJECT id='rvocx' classid='clsid:CFCDAA03-8BE4-11cf-B84B-0020AFBBCCFA' width="[width]" height="[height]" ...
- Do you offer access to FFMPEG on your servers?
FFMPEG is a server-side application that compresses and encodes video as it is uploaded. If you have ever used a Youtube or Google Videos you will notice that you do not have to worry about compressing or encoding your video before uploading it because FFMPEG is used to compress your video and ...