websalacarta — 2011-09-17T19:15:52-04:00 — #1
can anybody tell me why this video is not working on iphone / ipad?
any idea how can I fix it?
thanks very much.
goldensona — 2011-09-18T02:28:50-04:00 — #2
Hi websalacarta ,
refer this link http://www.w3schools.com/html5/tag_video.asp it will help to solve your problem
websalacarta — 2011-09-18T17:48:52-04:00 — #3
Sorry, I´m not sure how can that help me.
On my site, I have 3 different formats for each video: .mov, .3gp, .m4v
must I choose one if it´s a computer and another one if it´s an iphone/ipad?
how could I do that?
eastcoast — 2011-09-19T17:56:47-04:00 — #4
You only really need one format, mp4 encoded using the h.264 codec. You need to restrict the h.264 encoding to baseline/ level 3.0 to remain compatible.
shaheenraza02 — 2011-11-23T19:00:39-05:00 — #5
First you check your video format. Which video format support your iPhone. Then downlown this format video. You can play it.
nightstalker — 2011-11-24T09:46:37-05:00 — #6
If you are going to be using HTML5 video tag for the video (Which I do suggest). Then you do need all the different video formats. As android plays .mp4, iOS .mov. But it might also play .mp4 if I remember correctly. But firefox does not support .mp4 and it will need to be .webm.
wwb_99 — 2011-12-07T13:04:47-05:00 — #7
iOS (and most 'droids) play h.264 encoded content; .mp4 and .mov are just container formats. AFAIK they both are handled properly so long as you are using a supported encode.
goldensona — 2011-12-22T04:49:43-05:00 — #8
is it possible to play all type of format like .avi,.mov,.mp4 in iphone,android. which player support this all format.
goldensona — 2011-12-23T03:42:58-05:00 — #9
is it possible to integrate into my site with real player
nightstalker — 2011-12-25T00:40:31-05:00 — #10
No, real player is flash, so it will not work on iOS. You will need to do it with html5 to make sure it works on both
goldensona — 2012-01-02T04:54:42-05:00 — #11
is it possible to play video on a page itself without take it to the full screen?
sogo7 — 2012-01-06T14:19:24-05:00 — #12
When posting links for mobile devices use a QR code.
It saves a lot of fiddly typing and is much quicker.
serverstorm — 2012-01-06T17:06:25-05:00 — #13
Please check out the great blog post http://www.sitepoint.com/how-to-embed-video-using-html5/
This discusses many of the issues with codecs and graceful degradation.
It may prove to be helpful.
stevenhu — 2012-02-06T18:58:30-05:00 — #14
No, the device is hard-wired to play a video fullscreen. Perhaps it can be done in a iFrame, but I'm not sure...
stevenhu — 2012-02-06T19:03:10-05:00 — #15
You need to get it working on the web site in the first place. I don't see the video in Firefox, for instance. Google Chrome developer tools returned this error message:
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 403 (Forbidden) http://www.mischalluch.com/videos
jeniferalbert — 2012-08-07T07:16:48-04:00 — #16
If videos not working on your iPad or iPhone then it is clear that your device doesn't support the video file format. In order to make them playable on your iPad device you need to convert them to iPad supportable format. For this purpose you need any effective third-party iPad Video Converter which could convert your videos to iPad compatible formats so that you could execute the videos on your iPad. With the help of third-party converter you can also edit your videos while converting and can also extract audio form video.
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serverstorm — 2012-08-07T08:00:48-04:00 — #17
Yes some great tools to do this are FFMPEG and Handbrake you can find these in google and they are completely free and powerful converters.