Tag Archives: HTML5
I just completed a web production class at UW-Stout. One of the projects was to build a narrative web site, which you can see here. One warning though, a modern browser with HTML5 capabilities must be used. Internet Explorer will NOT display the site correctly! Current versions of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari work fine with best results in the latter two. Continue reading
It has been nearly a month since my last post, so here is an update. Most of my efforts lately have been going into my coursework in the UW-Stout MS-ICT program. Basically I have either been shooting video for the Web, or researching different methods of distributing video on the Web.
I will be posting some more video work on the blog very soon. I am in the process of finishing up a commercial campaign project for a video production class. Shooting for the project was a lot of fun. I got to use a new piece of equipment that the university recently purchased, a three foot slider. It looks similar to this one on Amazon.com. In my opinion putting a HDSLR on a slider is a recipe for beautiful footage. I’m looking forward to the post-production.
Last week I finished a research paper on HTML5, and the transition away from plugins for Web video. The e-book Dive Into HTML5 proved to be an extremely valuable resource. It covers everything from browser support for the HTML5 video tag, to supported codecs, and falling back on Flash in older browsers.