Join Tom Green for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Delivering Video in Web Experiences.
- [Tom] Throughout this course, you have…pretty well been given the basic skills…to design engaging web video experiences,…but if you really want to further your knowledge,…LinkedIn Learning has a couple of courses…you might find interesting.…First, if you are looking to up your skill level…with web video, this course, HTML5: Video and Audio…by Steve Heffernan, would be a great place to start.…If the cinemagraph exercise peaked your interest,…check out Creating a Cinemagraph in Photoshop…by Sean Duggan.…
It is a tremendous deep-dive into this fascinating subject.…As video becomes even more predominant on the web,…there will be a corresponding focus…on making your web content accessible.…Though I briefly touched on captioning,…Derek Featherstone has prepared a comprehensive…course entitled Accessibility for Web Design,…which covers what you need to know…around this very important subject.…Finally, if you want to learn more…about creating all types of web media,…you really should head over to Creating Web Media…
- 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
Design the Web: HTML Background Videowith Chris Converse28m 35s Intermediate
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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