FFmpeg is a powerful video compression tool that has been previously talked about on this blog here. But did you know that it is also a serious video generator in it’s own right?
Here I am sharing a little tidbit about HTML5 video for anyone that needs a refresher. If one needs to seek a video to a specific time, one can do something like this:
I recently had the opportunity to implement an HTML5 video for a client. It was the first time I’d really worked with HTML5 video, and I ran into a few issues and quirks I thought I’d share for other developers who run into these issues. 1. HTML5 video with a fallback to Flash works […]
How to speed up or slow down video using ffmpeg.
Pop quiz! Given (A) foo.mov, (B) bux.avi, and (C) baz.m4v, which can your video software handle correctly? A A & B All of them All or some or none of them depending on their codecs, your software’s codecs, and whether they’re doing anything special with the container format.
We worked on a project that utilized 360° panorama viewer, called PanoSalado, and ran into an issue with streaming video from Limelight, a popular CDN service. PanoSalado renders one more more video sources by capturing the bitmaps and laying them “flat” allowing user to pan and zoom. For this project, our video source (encapsulated by a […]
The aspect ratio of an image is the ratio of its width to height, and all images have an inherent aspect ratio. By default, the <mx:Image> tag property maintainAspectRatio is set to true. This setting preserves the aspect ratio so that an image does not appear distorted.