3326 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Apr 30, 2010 8:09 PM by imaclyle
I want my iWeb site video to be viewable on iPads.
Your videos ARE viewable on a iPad. No need for explicit HTML video coding.
If you export your movies to iPhone that's all there is to do. You can do it in QT Pro/iMovie
And HTML Video is a HTML code, not the movie itself :
<video width="480" height="270" src="movie.m4v" controls></video>
I use the iPad simulator in the SDK :
Here's the result :
My blog : [html5 video|http://www.wyodor.net/blog/archives/2009/06/entry_181.html]
And some links in my post in this topic : [HTML 5 in IWEB|http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2404927&tstart=30]
Preview before you publish : http://www.falcon-pacific.com
This is the real page :
And regarding Sublime : http://www.wyodor.net/iFrame/
Then click *_More menus items_*. Then *+Sublime HTML5 Video+*
Dear Wyodor: I want the video to also be viewable for PC Users too. So far this HTML Video Thing is becoming as clear as mud. I need some more help. On this HTML Video thing, I am just befuddled why Apple would introduce the iPad and not offer a solution in iWeb that solves this universal video problem for Mac and PC Users. Most PC Users choke on Quicktime, especially in a corporate environment where users are not allowed to download and install Quicktime. What to do. I am urgently waiting for SublimeVideo, I think they get it, my guess is it will be as convenient as using Vertical Moon's Video to SWF. Also I am shocked that I am not reading more about Universal HTML Video Players in iWeb or as you say how to put in the HTML Code so non Flash Videos will show in an HTML Player. I will be grateful for any additional comments you will make.