- Key video formats used to publish on the web
- Encoding video that's optimized for online delivery
- HTML5 native video embedding and interaction
- Styling video components with CSS
- Captioning video
- Preparing video for social media
- Using Dynamic Link
Skill Level Beginner
- [Tom] Well, hello there. My name is Tom Green and I'd like to welcome you to Delivering Video in Web Experiences. This is going to be a fun course and we will start it by reviewing the very odd history of how web video came to be, how the browser manufacturers have made your life somewhat complicated and what exactly makes up a video destined for the web? From there we move into actually encoding the videos and the software you will used to create those same videos. With that knowledge, we move deeply into the HTML5 code that enables those experiences and allows you to not only control them but also how to play with the video in an engaging manner.
With a comprehensive understanding of the technologies that permit those video experiences, we end the course by looking at how to create and deploy full-screen background video, add captions to video, create cinemagraphs, use third party video players and preparing video for social media. So if you're ready, let's get started delivering video in web experiences.
Design the Web: HTML Background Videowith Chris Converse28m 35s Beginner
Web Video: Develop Your Video Presencewith Rick Allen Lippert41m 54s Intermediate
Web Video: Makeup Techniqueswith Rick Allen Lippert25m 47s Intermediate
Exercise files1m 11s
1. Web Video Formats
2. Encoding Video
3. HTML5 and Video
4. Video and CSS
5. Playing with Video
Next steps1m 23s
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