Video Button Rollover - Have The Video (button) Play
Feb 26, 2010
01) I would like to rollover (onmouseover?) a button that is a video and have the video (button) play. (A 5 sec video that stops at end)
02) On rolloff (onmouseoff?) the same button I would like it to rewind to the beginning for next rollover.
03) I would like to add more of these "Video Button Rollovers" to the same website page in the future. I would like to use DreamWeaver CS4, and stay away from flash for more accessibility and less memory intensive overhead. (obviously no control-bar for video)
I have all the parts to this to try a variety of solutions. The video is a box with untied string on a white background. When played a person fades-on and ties the string into a bow. (white background matches website background)
01) video from untied box to tied box with person .mov
02) image of first frame of video .jpg
03) video from untied box to tied box with person to person fade-off and untied box .mov
04) video of tied box with person to person fade-off and untied box.mov
I'm faced with a problem from my employer on making a flash video play when an image is rolled over. In a sense, with many images on the page (which represent a video), the user can preview a small sample of that clip when rolled over by the mouse. I know that when the image is rolled over I must somehow bring the player infront of the image using z-index, but can't seem to work out the details oh how to get it to play.
Does anyone have any examples I can draw from in order to help me complete this task?
I have a video gallery with a bigger div with width 500 pixels where the main video is waiting to be played and below is a smaller div with all the others videos from the gallery having width of 80 pixels.The list of video are managed by a content management system in PHP and are the result of youtube "Share Embed action" where the result is an iframe with the link for the video.How can i clicking on a video from the smaller div see the video being displayed in the bigger div ? already playing? or in a new layer above the website ?For now the video plays in the div it is located at.As an example here is the source video format :
I have an <img> Tab to play a video(of type .wmv). The image tag is as follows: <img border="0" dynsrc="Test1.wmv" start="fileopen" loop="1" width=1081 height=838>
Everything works fine, but now I need to play a video list (up to 5 videos). As soon as one video stops another video should start playing (at the same position automatically, without any user input) and as soon as the last video is stopped, it should start the first video again. So it will be like a loop.
was wondering if I could get some direction on something that I have been wondering about for a while. There have several flash video players that I have seen that only start to load/play the video when the object is visible on the screen.
For instance, if I click a link to an html page with an auto playing flv on it, and then minimize the window. The video will only start to play/load once I maximize the window again. The other instance I have seen it is with the position of the page. So if an flv is placed onto a long html page, all the way at the bottom, it will only begin to load/play once I have scrolled to make it visible.
Here is what I am trying to do with no luck: I am sending an HTML marketing e-mail with a call to action to watch a video on my website. Since html e-mail code has to be pretty generic and simple I want to have the link inside the email be something like [URL].. Once the anchor is received on the web page the video automatically pops up and plays.
I'm using VS2008Pro with Master pages. On a child page, I have a modalPopupExtender that calls a panel with an embedded Google video. Everything works great - the popup appears with the video,background greyed.But, when I close the panel,the audio keeps playing in IE 7 & 8. Netscape is fine.I went and tried what Google recommended, but it still continues.
so that when you click on the thumbnails it also displays the video description underneath the video, a count, i.e. 1 of 3 etc. and previous and next buttons. Should I be using another plugin or is there a way with this one?
Take a look at this: [url] As you can see each img thumbnail has a title underneath. But I want the title to attach on the big player. It doesn't matter where exactly as long as I can access it with css.
(I have an additional question...When I put this code online the justin bieber video doesn't play. A message from Youtube is presented telling me that this is Vevo material and it can only be viewed on youtube. But as you can see it plays on jsfiddle.net.
On my website I have a video player at the top and below that a list of videos. Users click on one of the videos and that video begins playing in the player at the top of the page. Is there any way that the link the user clicks to play the video can also jump to the video player at the top of the page? I've tried various hyperlinks but I can't get it to work. The videos play fine, but the users don't realize that they need to scroll back up to the top of the page to see the video.
#### below is the video player #### <div id='videoPlayback' style='width: 425px; height:344px;'> <!-- <div style='width: 425px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; margin-top: 10px;'> -->
I'm looking to duplicate the video-embedding technique shown on revision5.com, whereby they show the flash video to all platforms where flash is available, and only show the HTML5 player on mobile devices. Is there a browser-sniffing framework, or some other method available to accomplish this?
I'm having a problem that I thought would be simple, but it's driving me crazy!I simply want to play a short .wav sound when a button or image is clicked. I have one that plays once when the page opens, but I don't want that. I want the sound to wait for the OnClick.This script I have looks right, but I'm new and don't fully understand how to go about this. If anyone would help me out here, I would solve the Middle East trouble, eliminate the National debt, and find jobs for all the unemployed!Thanks for any guidance, JD ps. I use Chrome & IE