Medford, NJ (PRWEB) March 8, 2011
OnlineVideo.net, the top destination for people who want to use online video to grow their business, has launched The Ultimate HTML5 Video Guide, a thorough resource for those struggling to learn about the new world of HTML5 video. The guide contains features, how-tos, FAQs, and videos by the OnlineVideo.net team of experts.
The guide can be found at http://www.onlinevideo.net/html5.
HTML5 video is a new online standard, and because it’s new there’s a lot of confusion about what it means and why it’s important. The OnlineVideo.net experts have seen a huge demand from readers for information on both the basics and details of HTML5 video. Anyone who wants to serve video that will play on the iPad or iPhone, and be viewable on a wide range of browsers and devices, needs to know what HTML5 video is and how to create it.
With that in mind, the OnlineVideo.net team has created an essential resource for anyone struggling to get up to speed on HTML5 video. The guide starts off with FAQs and basic articles to help people learn the essentials of HTML5 video. It explores some of the myths surrounding this new standard and even looks at whether or not HTML5 video is a security risk.
Besides articles, the guide contains how-to and comparison videos created by video industry expert Jan Ozer. The videos walk video creators through the steps of encoding video for playback on iPads and iPhones, and also show how H.264 and WebM encoding programs compare.
The Ultimate HTML5 Video Guide also includes timely HTML5 video news, so that readers can learn which companies are offering HTML5 video solutions.
“Businesses need to make sure their videos are viewable on as many devices as possible, and implementing an HTML5 video strategy is the best way to do that,” said Tom Hogan Jr., vice president of marketing and business development for Information Today, Inc. “And the Ultimate HTML5 Video Guide offers everything a business will need to get started, or to make sure their strategy is on track.”
“The great thing about the Guide is that it’s both a primer on what HTML5 video is all about and a resource that we’ll continue to update with new information, so it’s something that readers will want to bookmark and come back to anytime they have an HTML5 video-related question,” said Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, editor for OnlineVideo.net and StreamingMedia.com.
OnlineVideo.net is devoted to helping business owners grow their online performance by serving video. The site includes video essentials, strategy tips, buyer’s guides, how-tos, reviews, and more. OnlineVideo.net was created by the team behind StreamingMedia.com, a daily must-read for those working in online video and audio. Both sites are owned by Information Today, Inc, of Medford, New Jersey.
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