Forums - Website Topics - <p>Does webm embedding work?</p>

This guy
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=107290727&postcount=1188
made this webm.
http://a.pomf.se/jtpypr.webm

Gaf loves it.



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JoeTheBro said: 

Seems like etho got close.

Well I could make the player works but it didn't loaded the video.

<video> didn't works... the others way is using the old <object> but I need to make more tests.



the-pi-guy said:
This guy
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=107290727&postcount=1188
made this webm.
http://a.pomf.se/jtpypr.webm

Gaf loves it.

Amazing... GIF is dead.



nvm



JoeTheBro said:
Mr Khan said:
lol, new forum features.

It wouldn't be a new feature. Webm itself is new, but the browser handles that.

 

It's a matter of whether video embedding itself works really. Since gametrailers and their weird video player embeds here, I was honestly expecting webm to work.

 

Seems like etho got close.

As long as you use old embed code, perhaps? I think that's the only thing standing in the way. Anything can go in the html here.



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the-pi-guy said:
This guy
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=107290727&postcount=1188
made this webm.
http://a.pomf.se/jtpypr.webm

Gaf loves it.

Cool, but what's this stuff about 90% cpu usage? Doesn't seem to effect my cpu much, goes up from 4% to 8%. Unlike the anoying flash player adds that make firefox slow down to a crawl until it comes up with, "... seems too busy to respond" and the Adobe flash plugin crashes.
Although I guess if I had 10 windows open with autoplaying webm adds it could get bad too...
I should just get an add blocker, I know.



Mr Khan said:

As long as you use old embed code, perhaps? I think that's the only thing standing in the way. Anything can go in the html here.

A lot of things is filtered in HTML here... you can't do anything you want... the example is the <video> tag is removed from the post.



SvennoJ said:

Cool, but what's this stuff about 90% cpu usage? Doesn't seem to effect my cpu much, goes up from 4% to 8%. Unlike the anoying flash player adds that make firefox slow down to a crawl until it comes up with, "... seems too busy to respond" and the Adobe flash plugin crashes.
Although I guess if I had 10 windows open with autoplaying webm adds it could get bad too...
I should just get an add blocker, I know.

It goes crazy high if you are on Neogaf with autoplay on.  



ethomaz said:

Mr Khan said:

As long as you use old embed code, perhaps? I think that's the only thing standing in the way. Anything can go in the html here.

A lot of things is filtered in HTML here... you can't do anything you want... the example is the tag is removed from the post.


If you could do unfiltered html that'd be really bad. Heck even as is it's a huge security hole. I mean I wonder if any of the malware is coming from sigs?



JoeTheBro said:

If you could do unfiltered html that'd be really bad. Heck even as is it's a huge security hole. I mean I wonder if any of the malware is coming from sigs?

TinyMCE is great... they work hard and I believe they try to avoid all openings security... the issue is the software get updated to avoid new security tricks.

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