[theora] cortado releases out-of-date ?
silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 00:54:24 PDT 2009
While we're at collecting requirements - I think we should provide a
HTML5. Then, cortado can be used on any Web page in the same way that
HTML5 video is. Maybe this exists already, but if not it would be very
On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Sergey Kurdakov <sergey.forum at gmail.com> wrote:
> as we speak on Cortado, and it is happened it is now supported by xiph,
> then one feature request.
> one use which might be very popular is to embed video into blog posts.
> posts ( so no mv_embed ) I use there something like
> <video src="http://people.mozilla.org/~blizzard/videos/theora-1.0-vs-1.1/fx35_overview-1.1-v-7.ogv"
> <lj-embed id="22">
> <applet code="com.fluendo.player.Cortado.class"
> archive="http://theora.org/cortado.jar" width="512" height="288">
> <param name="url"
> <param name="local" value="false" />
> <param name="video" value="true" />
> <param name="audio" value="true" />
> <param name="bufferSize" value="4096" />
> <param name="bufferHigh" value="25" />
> <param name="bufferLow" value="5" />
> in FireFox and Chrome it plays after I press play ( which is correct
> for blog use )
> but for IE Cortado autostarts . It lacks capability to set 'paused'
> mode as a param.
> IE will gain HTML5 support but for some time the only use in blogs
> seems with autoplay, which is not desirable
> Could it be addressed? As for many blog users - it is easier to post
> ogv file somewhere than to upload to Youtube (10 min limited ) and
> show to friends, and thus can serve as a way to promote Theora?
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