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Easy HTML5 Video Unlimited Website LicenseDiscount

Easy HTML5 Video Unlimited Website License

Convert Any Video to HTML5

$69
Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS X
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We are in the midst of a revolution, one that will end with virtually all online video being hosted in the HTML5 format. While there are still many websites that host video in Flash, nearly all new development projects are HTML5-focused, leaving you with finding a way to easily convert your existing videos to this exciting new format. Which is exactly why Easy HTML5 Video exists!

Easy HTML5 Video lets you convert any video to the HTML5 format. Thanks to a handy wizard, you'll be able to convert your videos to HTML5 in just three easy steps, with full control over a variety of output settings! When all is said and done, you'll end up with a full HTML page containing all of the necessary code, images, and video content to deliver your stuff.

With Easy HTML5 Video, you'll never have to worry about relinquishing control. In fact, you have the power to set the video title, enable Auto Play, set video size, specify browser-level support, even establish a watermark so that you can assert ownership over your content! When you're done, Easy HTML5 Video gives you the option of publishing to an FTP server or to a local drive.

This promotion includes the following:
Easy HTML5 Video (for Windows - Unlimited Websites) ($69)
Easy HTML5 Video (for Mac - Unlimited Websites) ($69)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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Mark Edwards HTML5-video somehow implies there is actually an HTML5-video standard.

i am tempted to buy this just to see what format it produces - unless it is actually producing all three, ogg, webM, and h.264

anybody know ??
Dec 5 2012 at 7:15am Copy Link
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Mike B From the info on the product's webpage, it looks like it generates all 3 formats plus a flash-compatible MP4 for fallback on browsers that don't support HTML5. Note that I haven't tried the software - I'm just going by information on the product's webpage.
Dec 8 2012 at 9:31am Copy Link
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Fredrick Mark,

I think it will do what you want- see this page: http://easyhtml5video.com...l#overview

I have used the trial version and I would purchase it/recommend it to facilitate workflow for some projects if not for the licensing policy. Specifically: “Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.” As a frequent upgrader, I cannot afford to invest in software that I cannot legally move to a new computer.

Have you tried MiroVideoConverter (open-source) - MP4, WebM (vp8), Ogg Theora, and HandBrake (open-source) - MP4(M4V) and MKV.

A simple example of adding converted video to a page would look something like this.

body
div id="apDiv1"
video width="480" height="368" controls="controls"
source src="flv_flw/filename.mp4" type="video/mp4"
source src="flv_flw/filename.webm" type="video/webm"
source src="flv_flw/filename.ogv" type="video/ogg"
/video
/div
/body
/tml

Obviously not the features and ease of use as compared to Easy HTML5 Video

Fredrick
Dec 8 2012 at 10:10am Copy Link
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Mark Edwards hey Mike_B and Fredrick - thanks for your comments.

not pretending to be the brightest guy in the world, i was thinking maybe (JUST MAYBE) this HTML5-video had some sort of generic standard that played on any html5 device.

yes i know, pretty stupid, huh?

so their solution is to come up with multiple formats. that sounds like a nice way to eat up disk space on a server !

Fredrick - the MiroVideoConverter saved my career once or twice!
Dec 9 2012 at 2:05am Copy Link
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Mike B @Mark:

Having multiple formats is the only way to make sure you have all browsers covered. That's not the fault of this software, you have to blame the various browser owners for not wanting to agree on a single standard that would work everywhere.
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Fredrick I currently use dmx HTML5 Video Player along with HandBrake, MiroVideoConverter and Freemake Video Converter. I was interested in this software but I cannot afford to invest in software with unreasonably restrictive and/or non-industry standard licensing and/or sales policies. With regards to Easy HTML5 Video, “transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed,” there is no return policy, and the licensing/activation terms are incomplete as currently posted on bitsdujour.com and the vendor’s website.
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