HTML5 + WebM video portal (2010-2013)

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Right after Google released the first Chrome with WebM support, I've created a family Intranet site with videos and photos. HTML5's new <video> tag gives very interesting opportunities.

Soon after Chrome, all other browsers also joined the WebM support, so within one year I could remove almost all "browser requirement" notes.

Screenshot of a website showing thumbnail images on the left and big image on the right side

Screenshot of list of videos with picture and title.

It was great experience to be among the first ones who started using WebM. Special thanks to the great HTML5 video tutorial on the Opera DEV site.

For WebM conversion 'ffmpeg' is used.


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