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</body>
</html>
How Example 2.24 will be displayed, or if it will be displayed, depends on
your browser. Figure 2.24 shows how the video is displayed using Google's
Chrome browser.
Figure 2.24: google Chrome's built-in video player with controls enabled
Alternatively, the source of the video or audio data can be provided in a
source element that can have a type attribute to identify speciic media formats
and encodings. If used, the source element must be a direct child of the video
element and come before any fallback content. For example:
<video autoplay controls>
<source src="flick.mp4"
type="video/mp4; codecs='avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2'"/>
<!-- fall-back content -->
</video>
A discussion of the various types and encodings of audio and video data is
beyond the scope of this topic. he W3C's drat HTML5 speciication has a list
of the supported media type values and corresponding source elements. 4 It is
reproduced here:
4. http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/Overview.html#the-source-element
 
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