Welcome to the new html5video.org, a site dedicated to all things html5 video. Now with more Community!
New Features for the Open Video Community:
- Our Wiki is open to everyone, we are collecting all of our html5 video knowledge there as well as our own library usage documentation.
- This Blog, the one you are reading right now, will be updated weekly with news about our own library features and analysis of html5 video programming methadologies.
- HTML5 Players Compared We have installed demonstrations of over 20 HTML5 video playback libraries to assist you in finding the perfect HTML5 video solution for your next project (if you are a library developer, please email your public key to firstname.lastname@example.org for access to our git repo to make sure we’ve got your project and are displaying it exactly like you would).
2012 is going to be a booming year for HTML5 video. Next month, the Open Video Conference continues its alliance with the Foundations of Open Media Software (FOMS) by including the Open Media Developers Track in the conferences’ hands on, getting things done format.
New Features of the Kaltura HTML5 Media Library:
- Continuous Testing with TestSwarm
- TTML timed text support
- Repository browsing with redmine
To support the growing number of html5 libaray features we have deployed TestSwarm to continuously test the html5 library on every commit. This enables us to transition the html5 library into a continuous integration development model where each new feature includes a test case and is tested for regression on every svn commit. TestSwarm was written by John Resig, and enables easy distributed testing across many browsers and devices. TestSwarm integrates with QUnit test framework and allows us to ensure features are working as we make library updates. Point your browsers and mobile devices to our TestSwarm runner to help us test the library and see the tests run for yourself.
- An HTML5 Video Playground for Demonstrations and Experiments
- A guide to Kaltura HTML5 module integration with Popcorn.js