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If you are playing around with the HTML5 Video tag you might need some sample video files and these video files have to be in different web formats. The problem is that different browsers support different types of video files, so to provide proper cross-browser support, you need to convert your video into many different formats. I plan on writing more about HTML5 Video and some cool things that it allows you to do but as a start, I wanted to convert one small video file into a lot of different formats and provide these files as a sample video for anyone to use in their tests and projects.For web browsers, you are basically going to need MP4, WebM and Ogg formats(Ogg format is specified as type=video/ogg but the video extension is .ogv) while mobile browsers will use MP4 and 3GP formats. And HTML5 is obviously about eliminating the need for Flash but I will include flv format as well. The original mp4 is really small, just 385Kb and the video lasts 5 seconds. Feel free to use the following files for whatever you need:
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This specification defines WebVTT, the Web Video Text Tracks format. Its main use is for marking up external text track resources in connection with the HTML element.WebVTT files provide captions or subtitles for video content, and also text video descriptions [MAUR], chapters for content navigation, and more generally any form of metadata that is time-aligned with audio or video content.
WebVTT files provide captions or subtitles for video content, and also text video descriptions [MAUR], chapters for content navigation, and more generally any form of metadata that istime-aligned with audio or video content.
The majority of the current version of this specification is dedicated to describing how to useWebVTT files for captioning or subtitling. There is minimal information about chapters andtime-aligned metadata and nothing about video descriptions at this stage.
You can see that a WebVTT file in general consists of a sequence of text segments associated witha time-interval, called a cue (definition). Beyond captioning and subtitling,WebVTT can be used for time-aligned metadata, typically in use for delivering name-value pairs incues. WebVTT can also be used for delivering chapters, which helps with contextual navigation aroundan audio/video file. Finally, WebVTT can be used for the delivery of text video descriptions, whichis text that describes the visual content of time-intervals and can be synthesized to speech to helpvision-impaired users understand context.
Conformance checkers must verify that a WebVTT file conforms to the applicable conformance criteria described in this specification. The term "validator" is equivalent to conformance checker for the purpose of this specification.
When an authoring tool is used to edit a non-conforming WebVTT file, it may preserve the conformance errors in sections of the file that were not edited during the editing session (i.e. an editing tool is allowed to round-trip erroneous content). However, an authoring tool must not claim that the output is conformant if errors have been so preserved.
Different kinds of data can be carried in WebVTT files. The HTML specification identifiescaptions, subtitles, chapters, audio descriptions and metadata as data kinds and specifies which oneis being used in the text track kind attribute of the text track element [HTML51].
In this ninety-second example, the two cues partly overlap, with the first ending before the second ends and the second starting before the first ends. This therefore is not a WebVTT file using only nested cues.
A WebVTT parser, specifically its conversion and parsing steps, is typically runasynchronously, with the input byte stream being updated incrementally as the resource isdownloaded; this is called an incremental WebVTT parser.
If input is exactly six characters long but does not exactly equal "WEBVTT", then abort these steps. The file does not start with the correct WebVTT file signature and was therefore not successfully processed.
If input is more than six characters long but the first six characters do not exactly equal "WEBVTT", or the seventh character is not a U+0020 SPACE character, a U+0009 CHARACTER TABULATION (tab) character, or a U+000A LINE FEED (LF) character, then abort these steps. The file does not start with the correct WebVTT file signature and was therefore not successfully processed.
When the HTML specification says to consume a character, in this context, it means to advance position to the next character in input. When it says to unconsume a character, it means to move position back to the previous character in input. "EOF" is equivalent to the end-of-file markerin this specification. Finally, this context is not "as part of an attribute" (when itcomes to handling a missing semicolon).
For the purpose of selectors in STYLE blocks of a WebVTT file, the style sheet must apply to a hypothetical document that contains a single empty element with no explicit name, no namespace, no attributes, no classes, no IDs, and unknown primary language, that acts like the media element for the text tracks that were sourced from the given WebVTT file. The selectors must not match other text tracks for the same media element. In this hypothetical document, the element must not match any selector that would match the element itself.
Text track files themselves pose no immediate risk unless sensitive information is included within the data. Implementations, however, are required to follow specific rules when processing text tracks, to ensure that certain origin-based restrictions are honored. Failure to correctly implement these rules can result in information leakage, cross-site scripting attacks, and the like.
Such style sheets cannot fetch any external resources,and it is important for privacy that user agents do not allow this. Otherwise, WebVTT files could beauthored such that a third party is notified when the user watches a particular video, and even thecurrent time in that video.
A user agent that selects, and causes to download or interpret a WebVTT file, might indicate tothe origin server that the user has a need for captions or subtitles, and also the language preference of the user for captions orsubtitles. That is a (small) piece of information about the user. However, the offering of a captionfile, and the choice whether to retrieve and consume it, are really characteristics of the format orprotocol which does the offer (e.g. the HTML element), rather than of the caption format itself. [HTML51]
Thanks to the SubRip community, including in particular Zuggy and ai4spam, for their work on theSubRip software program whose SRT file format was used as the basis for the WebVTT text track fileformat.
You could use movie-maker to make a blank video of longer then the longest movie you're going to watch, save it at the smallest possible compression size, and then use VLC to play both the blank video and the subtitles file of the movie you're watching (though you'll have to start the blank video within a couple of seconds of when you start the movie). You can then use VLC's options to increase the size of the subtitles.
This package provides a 'dummy' display driver, which does not actuallydisplay anything.More information about X.Org can be found at:This package is built from the X.org xf86-video-dummy driver module. Tags: System Administration: Hardware Support, Hardware Enablement: Graphics and Video, Implemented in: C, Role: role::shared-lib, use::driver, X Window System: Library