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How To Add YouTube To Your WordPress Sidebar

We all know that you can embed YouTube videos in our post, but you can also do the same thing to your WordPress blog’s sidebar!  Just watch this nice video tutorial by YouTube user competenowwebtips. The video will teach you how to embed a video into your WordPress sidebar and how to automatically display the […]

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Extracting YouTube Videos Using PHP

I’d like to share this nice PHP snippet that some of you would find useful. It’s a code that extracts the video title and the download URL from a YouTube page and then initiates a download sequence. There are already a lot of methods posted out there on the web on how to do this […]

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Videola – Open Source Video Delivery Platform (IPtv)

Videola is an enterprise-level video management system and video delivery platform. It allows you to create paid-access or free-access video websites which can serve video to the desktop, mobile, or television-based devices. Create your own Netflix On-Demand style (subscription), Hulu style (ad supported), or Blockbuster / Amazon style (rental) streaming video websites with your own […]

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PopcornJS – HTML5 Video Framework

Popcorn.js is an event system for < video >, with strong syntactic sugar for chaining < video > methods and adding events to the timeline. Popcorn is a JavaScript Function that wraps the native < video > element and returns a Popcorn object which:

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MooPlay – Build Your Own Custom HTML5 Video Player

MooPlay is a set of controls, built on top of MooTools that allow Us to build and customize HTML5 Video player. MooPlay support for subtitles which is  loaded through an ajax request and synchronized with the video. Supported formats are SubRip (.srt) and SubViewer (.sub). You can also switch the view to fullscreen and vice […]

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20 Excellent HTML5 Video Players

One of the trending topic in web development today is about HTML5. HTML5 players is one of the most notable new features in HTML5, it allows you to embed video without the use of flash. The HTML5 video player is a non-proprietary alternative to Adobe’s Flashplayer plug-in. HTML5 have some extra advantages than Flash player, […]

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MooVES – MooTools Video Enhancement System

MooVES is The MooTools Video Enhancement System, a plug-in for MooTools (1.2+ or 1.3+) which allows a preview video from many video types: YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Blip.tv etc. It supports also HTML5 video tag features. The plug-in is unobtrusive and displays the link to the video and a notice message when JavaScript or Adobe Flash […]

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Open Standard Media (OSM) Player – All-in-one Media Player For Web

Built by Alethia Inc., the Open Standard Media (OSM) Player is an all-in-one media player for the web. It is an industry changing, open source (GPLv3) media player that is written in jQuery to dynamically deliver any type of web media, including HTML5, YouTube, Vimeo, and Flash.

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MediaElement.js – HTML5 Video Player

MediaElement.js allow us to use the <video> tag with one H.264 file. If the browser doesn’t support it, then MediaElement.js replaces <video> with either Silverlight or Flash and returns a wrapper object that matches the HTML5 Media Element API. This lets you code to MediaElement.js as if it were a native <video>.

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How to Building a custom HTML5 video player with CSS3 and jQuery

Opera Developer Community is sharing articles “Building a custom HTML5 video player with CSS3 and jQuery“. This is the first of a series in which we will look at building up an easily customizable HTML5 <video>  player, including packaging it as a simple jQuery plugin, choosing control types and outputting custom CSS for your own […]

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