CSS Transforms open up a world of creative possibilities. In this video, learn how to rotate video and treat it in much the same way one would present a postcard.
- [Instructor] The CSS3 standard…not only opened up a lot of design possibilities…when it comes to working with video,…but the CSS transforms, included in the standard,…allow you to play with the video as well.…There's a lot you can do with them.…And if you want to learn more…about the CSS transforms and transitions,…you might want to check out…Patrick Kerry's course right here at Lynda.com,…which deals with this precise subject.…
In this example, right here,…we will play with one of them, by treating the video…as a sort of a postcard on a table top…and rotating the video element by 30 degrees.…So to get started, open the rotate.html file…found in your chapter download.…So I'm gonna pop over to my code editor,…which is brackets.…And,…as you saw,…we start with the video in its usual position…sitting there on the left.…
To rotate the video, what we're going to do…is to add a line under the margin property, right here…and enter,…transform colon…rotate bracket 30.…So let's take a look at what we got.…And that didn't work.…
- 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 Beginner
Web Video: Develop Your Video Presencewith Rick Allen Lippert41m 54s Appropriate for all
Web Video: Makeup Techniqueswith Rick Allen Lippert25m 47s Appropriate for all
Exercise files1m 11s
1. Web Video Formats
2. Encoding Video
3. HTML5 and Video
4. Video and CSS
5. Playing with Video
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