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Honkytonk présente la version HTML 5 du logiciel Klynt

Honkytonk présente la version HTML 5 du logiciel Klynt | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Le Blog documentaire poursuit ses explorations techniques avec la deuxième partie de cet entretien réalisé avec Arnaud Dressen, qui dirige l’activité production de webdocumentaires chez Honkytonk F...
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Klynt leaves Flash to embrace HTML5

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TribecaFilm.com | Future of Film | Exploring the Frontiers of the Recently Possible With HTML5

TribecaFilm.com | Future of Film | Exploring the Frontiers of the Recently Possible With HTML5 | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

This kind of experimentation is currently the domain of web developers—or at least, for creatives who can afford to hire a web development team. It's not yet easy for creatives to pick up and play with HTML5.

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Mozilla Reinvents Web Video With Popcorn 1.0

Mozilla Reinvents Web Video With Popcorn 1.0 | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

While the lucky ones are at MozFest, we take comfort with the most recent articles related to Popcorn [mirmilla]

 

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Video on the web has always been a bit disappointing. After all, it’s pretty much just like television, only smaller. Unlike the rest of the web, video is just as much a passive experience in your browser as it is anywhere else.

 

Mozilla would like to change that. The company’s effort to bring a more interactive video experience to the web is known as Popcorn.js and it recently reached 1.0 status. If you’d like to play around with Popcorn, head on over to the Mozilla site and download a copy. Popcorn uses HTML5 video features and at the moment works best in Firefox and Chrome.

 

At its core, Popcorn is about making HTML5 web video into something more than just another television.

 

 


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