Audio and Video and
4. Putting video files on a webpage
- Typical Video File Formats for the Web
- QuickTime Movie (.mov)
- AVI Video file (.avi)
- MPEG3 (.mpg)
- ASF video file (.asf)
2. Streaming Video Players for the Web
5. Quick Time Movies on the Web
- Putting QuickTime Movies on the Web
- Movies: Movie Clips on the Web
- Creating High Quality Content with Windows
- If you can't run these movies, you need
to Download and install QuickTime Player
- QuickTime Movie Trailers
- Movie Trailers on the Web
6. Using Dreamweaver to Insert Movies and Sound
files onto a webpage (See class handouts for
information about settings).
- In Dreamweaver, select "Insert" and select
"Media" and then select "plug-in."
- Remember to set the parameters for your
movie by clicking the "parameters" and
then selecting how you want your movie to
- In some cases, you will need to select the
name of the plug-in that the computer will
need to run the movie. For example,
the plug-in for Quick Time movies is
- See the handout for a list of parameters to
set for running video on a webpage
- Dark Blue Trailer
- Link to Spider Man 2 Movie Trailer
- Star Wars III Trailer : finding the ".mov" URL in order to link the trailer to your webapge.
--Actual Star Wars Trailer
- Examples of Movie Trailers added to a webpage
1. Matrix Reloaded
2. Starsky and Hutch
3. Alien vs. Predator
4. Spider Man 2
- Look at the source code of any of my trailer
pages and look at the source code for a movie
trailer on quicktime to understand what parts
of the quicktime movie trailer source code I
needed to copy to have the trailer load in
my own website.
- The secret to this trick is to make sure you copy the URL for the quicktime movie, which should always end with ".mov" and then paste this URL into the code of your own webpage.
- See wmovies.htm for example of Running Movies
6. Splash pages
- Example of basic Splash Page
- Basic Splash Page
- Splash Demo Page
- Redirecting webpages
- Splash Pages May Drown your Site
7.. Putting it all together: Movies, Sound, and
- This is a complex site that uses mouseovers and
rollovers to play movies, sound, and animated gif files.
- They used Flash to create and run this site.
and simple mouseover tricks. It used Flash to
make all these features work seamlessly together.