I have a mp4 video, I use it in a HTML5 < video > tag. Movie properties can be seen in the below image.
My question is: what settings I have to apply or which software to use to keep the same video dimensions (1920×1080), but also making it load fast on mobile devices, optimized for streaming?
Now it loads fast on a PC, but when viewed from a mobile phone or from a tablet, it needs a couple of seconds to load and play.
I think I understand what you mean. You would like to have the possibility to give your website a holiday look and feel.
There are plugins and items on codecanyon which can help you with this, for instance for Christmas just make a search for “Christmas”
If you’d post a link to your website/page, it would be easier to get help, otherwise it’s too generic…
Nice congratulations! When someone announces he/she became elite I’m always wondering how many months (or years) were needed to achieve this goal? How many daily hours dedicated to create/support items? Just wondering for my curiosity.
Never say never I also have some items I have never used. When I have purchased them, I had plans to use them, but the time was never enough…so I ended up with lots of unused items in my downloads page.
But! A couple of days ago, I needed something done in CSS, very quickly. And I remembered that I have an item purchased from codecanyon which does that Lucky me. So I was lucky and happy to still have that item available
I would rather choose a fully responsive website (instead of responsive+separate “m.” website).
The main reason would be that in this case you will have only one codebase to develop/maintain.
The second reason is that subdomains can seriously impair ranking potential.
I finally used www.screencast-o-matic.com/ which it seems that allows adding notes, upload on their website and an off-sound.
I tried screenr.com too, but it didn’t started, some java security incompatibilities with Firefox addons I have.
Thanks, I had a look at the demo video, seems exactly what I was looking for. Though… I can’t find if it allows adding custom notes during recording, but I’ll manage that somehow. Thanks again!
Could you please recommend an easy and simple (with basic features only and not resource consuming) tool to record some video tutorials based on my screen capturing?
Not Camtasia, it has far too many features for video screen recording…