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Thread: Video clip onto web page

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Default Video clip onto web page

    Apologies if this has been asked before but I've had a look and can't find it. Could somebody please point me in the right direction to find out how I can get a short video clip (say 30 secs) onto my website. Is there a way that it can play automatically upon entering the webpage, or does it have to be opened by the visitor? I'm sure there's an instruction somewhere on this site showing how to do do this, but I can't find it. It may be that I'm being over ambitious !! Thanks very much.
    Panasonic NV-GS400
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  2. #2


    Hi Smithy,

    If it's a .wmv file you can use this code, just copy and paste it to where you want the video to appear and alter some of the self explanatory values:

    <OBJECT id='mediaPlayer' width="320" height="300"
    standby='Loading Microsoft Windows Media Player components...' type='application/x-oleobject'>
    <param name="AudioStream" value="-1">
    <param name="AutoSize" value="0">
    <param name="AutoStart" value="-1">
    <param name="AnimationAtStart" value="-1">
    <param name="AllowScan" value="-1">
    <param name="AllowChangeDisplaySize" value="-1">
    <param name="AutoRewind" value="-1">
    <param name="Balance" value="0">
    <param name="BaseURL" value>
    <param name="BufferingTime" value="5">
    <param name="CaptioningID" value>
    <param name="ClickToPlay" value="-1">
    <param name="CursorType" value="0">
    <param name="CurrentPosition" value="-1">
    <param name="CurrentMarker" value="0">
    <param name="DefaultFrame" value="1">
    <param name="DisplayBackColor" value="0">
    <param name="DisplayForeColor" value="16777215">
    <param name="DisplayMode" value="0">
    <param name="DisplaySize" value="4">
    <param name="Enabled" value="-1">
    <param name="EnableContextMenu" value="-1">
    <param name="EnablePositionControls" value="-1">
    <param name="EnableFullScreenControls" value="0">
    <param name="EnableTracker" value="-1">
    <param name="Filename" value=" {** Enter URL to Video HERE **} ">
    <param name="InvokeURLs" value="-1">
    <param name="Language" value="-1">
    <param name="Mute" value="0">
    <param name="PlayCount" value="1">
    <param name="PreviewMode" value="0">
    <param name="Rate" value="1">
    <param name="SAMILang" value>
    <param name="SAMIStyle" value>
    <param name="SAMIFileName" value>
    <param name="SelectionStart" value="-1">
    <param name="SelectionEnd" value="-1">
    <param name="SendOpenStateChangeEvents" value="-1">
    <param name="SendWarningEvents" value="-1">
    <param name="SendErrorEvents" value="-1">
    <param name="SendKeyboardEvents" value="0">
    <param name="SendMouseClickEvents" value="0">
    <param name="SendMouseMoveEvents" value="0">
    <param name="SendPlayStateChangeEvents" value="-1">
    <param name="ShowCaptioning" value="0">
    <param name="ShowControls" value="-1">
    <param name="ShowAudioControls" value="-1">
    <param name="ShowDisplay" value="0">
    <param name="ShowGotoBar" value="0">
    <param name="ShowPositionControls" value="-1">
    <param name="ShowStatusBar" value="-1">
    <param name="ShowTracker" value="-1">
    <param name="TransparentAtStart" value="0">
    <param name="VideoBorderWidth" value="0">
    <param name="VideoBorderColor" value="0">
    <param name="VideoBorder3D" value="0">
    <param name="Volume" value="-600">
    <param name="WindowlessVideo" value="0">
    <embed type="application/x-mplayer2" pluginspage="" id="mediaPlayer" name="mediaPlayer" displaysize="4" autosize="-1" bgcolor="darkblue" showcontrols="true" showtracker="-1" showdisplay="0" showstatusbar="-1" videoborder3d="-1" width="320" height="285" src=" {** Enter URL to Video HERE **} " autostart="true" designtimesp="5311" loop="false">

    Quicktime videos don't need as much HTML:

    <OBJECT classid='clsid:02BF25D5-8C17-4B23-BC80-D3488ABDDC6B' width="320"
    height="255" codebase=''>
    <param name='src' value="{** Enter URL to Video HERE **} ">
    <param name='autoplay' value="true">
    <param name='controller' value="true">
    <param name='loop' value="false">
    <EMBED src="{** Enter URL to Video HERE **} " width="320" height="255" autoplay="true"
    controller="true" loop="false" pluginspage=''>
    Last edited by irishmark; 02-22-2007 at 10:20 PM. Reason: adding highlight

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2005


    Hi Chris
    Thanks for your reply - I will give it a go.
    Apologies for late response - just got back from holiday.
    Panasonic NV-GS400
    Adobe Premiere Pro
    Dell Dimension 8400, Intel
    Pentium 4CPU 3.20 GHz, 3.19 GHz
    1.00 GB of RAM

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2005


    You could of corse use flash if you prefer.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    May 2006


    i advise you to use flash (.flv). so you should convert video to flash. many special programs will do it for you. i can tell you only about video to flash converter (link), 'cause it's the only tool of that kind which i tried. it has an option "generate html". i think it's very convenient, it converts video to flash (.swf or .flv) and generates html with start, stop, pause buttons, you can also choose an option "loop".. when i tried it i liked it a lot, very nice and easy to use.

  6. #6


    <embed name="THE ALT NAME" src="NAME OF YOUR FILE AND LOCATION" type="video/x-mpeg" autoplay="true" controller="false" cache="true" bgcolor="#000000" loop="false">

    Little easier than all that with WMV files.....

    XHA1, RedRock M2 - Nikon, AT4073, Green Screen, Final Cut Studio 2.

  7. #7


    There are so many smart people here. ))
    Well I can suggest cool prog too.

    &quot;Video to Flash Converter Pro&quot;!
    Ok, I guess it doesn't need write what this soft does... All in it's name. And if you interesting just click this link. :P

    Good luck to all! )
    Last edited by Cyan; 12-06-2006 at 01:00 PM.
    JUST FUN!!!

  8. #8


    I would use Flash. That is what I use for the clips on my site. If you do not have the software I would gladly do it for you. Let me know.



  9. #9
    Join Date
    Mar 2006


    Flash, WMV, QuickTime and RealMedia can do it for streaming, Some setting need to be set in the export settings.

    When you put your clip to your web editor, they have the mostly the options let you choose from to make better streaming.

    Good luck
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  10. #10
    Join Date
    Feb 2007


    We have a file convertor from any video format with its further broadcasting in website's flash player. To work this convertor requires a free RED5 server. The convertation happenes while loading the file in Admins zone.

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