Free Recool HTML5 Player 1.0 is release

What Free Recool HTML5 Player can do for you?

Publish HTML5 Video or Audio to web page. What is the most, Hundreds of different platforms, one look and behavior.

How Free Recool HTML5 Player can do for you?

  • Support all HTML5 video and HTML5 audio formats.
  • Suppoprt all browsers, Just like: IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera and so on.
  • Support all smartphones, Just like: iPhone/iPod, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry and so on. Continue reading
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How to publish HTML5 to web page?

Recent years, HTML5 is readable by all web browsers. The new <video> element in HTML5 is perfect for basic video players, which formerly was the primary purpose of Flash. But not all platform (mobile platform or pc platform) can support HTML5 video, such like: Firefox can not support HTML5 MP4 format.  And major browser platform have different on player styles. The Recool HTML5 Player can fix the different on platform and player styles. Just like: HTMl5 MP4 can not play on Firefox, You can play it with Flash player by Recool HTML5 Player. The Recool HTML5 Player use the same style of the player,  so user can view the same HTML5 player on every platform.

Recool HTML5 Player can help you solve all these problems: remove the difference among mobile and PC platforms and make the players for same style.

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Recool Any to HTML5 Converter 4.0 is released

Recool Any to HTML5 Converter can help you convert Flash to HTML5,   convert any Video to HTML5 fortmat. The tools support All HTML5  video and audio, just like:MP4/WebM/OGG/MP3/M4A.

While HTML5 solves the problem of cross-channel distribution, it’s heavier in K-weight and lacks some of the functionality that a seasoned Flash developer can offer. But Recool Any to HTML5 can publish html5 to webpage. After converts Flash to HTML5, convert any video to HTML5, Just a few click, you can fast publish the HTML5 to your webpage anywhere. After uploading all the created HTML5 files to your website successfully, you can enjoy HTML5 video and audio with all browsers and any devices. Continue reading

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HTML5 Video, Now Available Everywhere

What’s HTML5 Video?

HTML is the markup language that makes up every page on the web. The newest version, HTML5, includes specifications for a <video> tag, that’s meant to allow web developers to add a video to a page in the same way they would add an image. In order for this to work, web browser developers have built video playback functionality into their browsers. Continue reading

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How to put HTML5 video on your website?

HTML5 Video contains three HTML5 Video Codecs/Containers/Formats, but there is not any format can play on all broswers, what is the worse, there are a lot of issues about HTML5 video on mobile phone. How to put HTML5 video on your website? Recool HTML5 Video Converter can help you resolve all those questions.

Recool HTML5 Video Converter Support:

  • All browsers: IE 6/7/8/9/10, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari.
  • All mobile devices: iPhone/iPad/Android/Windows Phone 7/Blackberry.
  • All HTML5 video formats: HTML5 MP4/HTML5 WebM/HTML5 OGG. Continue reading
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HTML5 Video on Mobile Phone Issues,You Must Known!

iOS is Apple’s operating system that powers iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads. iOS 3.2 has a number of issues with HTML5 video.

  1. iOS will not recognize the video if you include a poster attribute. The poster attribute of the <video> element allows you to display a custom image while the video is loading, or until the user presses “play.” This bug is fixed in iOS 4.0, but it will be some time before users upgrade.
  2. If you have multiple <source> elements, iOS will not recognize anything but the first one. Since iOS devices only support H.264+AAC+MP4, this effectively means you must always list your MP4 first. This bug is also fixed in iOS 4.0. Continue reading
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Mobile Phone Environment, You Must Known!

There are known quirks about the use of the HTML5 media elements in mobile devices. For instance, Apple has been a big fan of HTML5 from the beginning, deciding against support for Flash on iOS devices in favor of HTML5 video. However, some things that work on the desktop don’t in an Apple mobile environment. As an example, using the
poster attribute caused the video element to fail in iOS 3, though this problem has been fixed in iOS 4. Another interesting little quirk was iPad’s only checking the first
source element, so you needed to place the MP4 video first in the list.
In addition, the iOS environment has its own native application for playback control, so it ignores the controls attribute. Continue reading

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HTML5 Video Codecs/Containers/Formats

  • H.264(H.264+ACC+.MP4)
    1. One of the most popular lossy video codecs is MPEG-4 Part 10, commonly known as H.264. H.264 is a high quality, popular format that’s common on the Internet.The H.264 video codec is combined with either the AAC or MP3 audio codec in an MPEG-4 container. This combination is typically known as MP4, and files are usually given an .mp4 extension . You’ll also see files with .m4v extensions for H.264. There are many .mp4 extension with videos, but they’re maybe not play in HTML5 video elements.
    2. Support browsers: IE 9, Safari, Chrome(Chrome has dropped support for H.264 in future). Continue reading
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HTML5 Audio Codecs/Containers/Formats

  • WAV Audio Format
    1. One of the older and more familiar audio file formats is the Waveform Audio File Format (WAVE), commonly known as WAV for the extension the audio files are given(.wav). Though WAV files can support compression, most WAV files contain audio in an uncompressed Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM) representation, which means the files tend to be quite large.
    2. Support browsers: Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.
  • MP3
    1. Another well known and common audio file format is the MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, commonly known as MP3 because of the extension given MP3 files (.mp3). It is neither a container or codec, as we know these things. Instead, it’s an all-in-one lossy compressed audio file with metadata strategically inserted.
    2. Support browsers: IE9, Safari and Chrome. Continue reading
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How to view Flash on iPhone,iPod or iPad?

Do you want to view Flash on the iPhone,iPod or iPad to the customer? Because Apple devices have became a popular trend, many people perfer to use and carry the Apple devices, but browser of the iPhone can not support Adobe Flash Payer, Is there any way to allow customers to view flash on iPhone,iPad and iPod? Continue reading

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