Video - Dive Into HTML5
You should now have three video files alongside your original source video. If you
with the video quality, skip ahead to At Last, The Markup to see how to assemble them into a
element that works across browsers. If you
d like to learn more about other tools
or video encoding options, read on.
Encoding Ogg Video with Firefogg
(In this section, I
m going to use
as a shorthand for
Theora video and Vorbis audio
in an Ogg container.
This is the combination of codecs+container that works natively in
Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.)
Firefogg is an open source, GPL-licensed Firefox extension for encoding Ogg video. To use it,
ll need to install Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or later, then visit firefogg.org .
Firefogg home page
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