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    There has been a great deal of debate about Flash versus HTML5. We think it's pointless. The revolutionary aspect of the HD Webplayer is that Flash and HTML5 work together as part of a single player.

    Due to the political and business battles emerging between Apple and Adobe, we are pushed to add HTML5 fallback snippets to play the videos in IPhone / IPad.

    HD webplayer is well-known for its Joomla Video Player Component & Standalone Player.

    The Speciality with it's Joomla component is, it can support Both Flash & Html5.

    We made your Job easy for Joomla. It doesnot require any technical Knowledge. You need to write any codes regarding IPhone / Computers. Just uploading your videos through our control panel is simple enough.

    Your Videos should be in MP4 format that is encoded with H.264 video codec and AAC audio codec to play in Both Computers and Mobile devices.Also, HD Webplayer allow you to add third party videos from Youtube / Dailymotion with HTML5 fallback.

    Check the working example in,

    http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=49&Itemid=29

    Download the standalone player from http://hdwebplayer.com/index.php?opt...d=84&Itemid=91

    Download the Joomla Video Player Extension from http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=27&Itemid=60

    You may have issues with converting your video compatible to Both Computer and IDevices. In-case please check the following post http://hdwebplayer.com/index.php?opt...=97&Itemid=105

    Check our complete features in http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=18&Itemid=58

    Cheers!

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    I'm sure that all iphone developers will say you thank you for your post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdwebplayer View Post
    There has been a great deal of debate about Flash versus HTML5. We think it's pointless. The revolutionary aspect of the HD Webplayer is that Flash and HTML5 work together as part of a single player.

    Due to the political and business battles emerging between Apple and Adobe, we are pushed to add HTML5 fallback snippets to play the videos in IPhone / IPad.

    HD webplayer is well-known for its Joomla Video Player Component & Standalone Player.

    The Speciality with it's Joomla component is, it can support Both Flash & Html5.

    We made your Job easy for Joomla. It doesnot require any technical Knowledge. You need to write any codes regarding IPhone / Computers. Just uploading your videos through our control panel is simple enough.

    Your Videos should be in MP4 format that is encoded with H.264 video codec and AAC audio codec to play in Both Computers and Mobile devices.Also, HD Webplayer allow you to add third party videos from Youtube / Dailymotion with HTML5 fallback.

    Check the working example in,

    http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=49&Itemid=29

    Check iPhone developer
    website toDownload the standalone player

    Download the Joomla Video Player Extension from http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=27&Itemid=60

    You may have issues with converting your video compatible to Both Computer and IDevices. In-case please check the following post http://hdwebplayer.com/index.php?opt...=97&Itemid=105

    Check our complete features in http://hdwebplayer.com/joomla/index....d=18&Itemid=58

    Cheers!
    Thank you very much for the very useful post gr great ideas are mentioned. I've checked your links they really work.

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