HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information
you have your files, and your basic HTML5 (including all of the containers/codecs you want
to support), check out what you can do with HTML5 audio and video out of the box, in
Chapter .
Mark Pilgrim provides excellent coverage of the HTML5 media elements, the codecs (and their
related issues), as well as tools—including some open source command line tools good for batch
processing—either in his topic, HTML5: Up and Running (O'Reilly), or freely available at ht-
tp:// .
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