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... Even harbored video requires a few creation stages and a few data format per video.
Below, this step-by-step tutorial will discuss the different types of files for self-hosted video, how to create the two necessary types of files, areas of Avada that can use the video, and how to use the video in these areas. PLEASE NOTE- The option to use a video as the background for a full-width video is only available in Avada-3.
MP34 - A needed data type for the upload of self-hosted video. You can use this document with all browser except Firefox. The OGV is an option to upload self-hosted video files. Preview Video Picture - The picture that appears on older browser or portable device instead of your video.
Even harbored video requires two different data types to be displayed properly in all web browser. The MP4 is used for all popular web browser except Firefox, which uses the Webmaster webmasters. Both of these video types allow your video to be displayed properly in all popular web browser types. The following procedure assumes that you already have a video available.
Video is available in many different file types, so the notion is that you need to translate your latest video file type into MP34 and Webmaster file types that can be easily downloaded and used on your website. Stage 1 - After you have created your video, make sure that it is saved in . It'?s MP-4 size.
Video must also be 16:9 aspect ration. 2 - If you can't store your video under . If you are using the MP3 4 file type, you must change it to the . file type. MD4 file via third-party softwares, e.g. handbrake. Stage 1 - Once you have recorded a video. If you have selected the file type you want to use, you can now change it to webform.
2 - If you decide to go with Firefogg, you can easily upgrade your . Movie Video and it will be converted automaticly to Webby. PLEASE NOTE-IMPORTANT please note-important - even hosting video can be very large, which is not good for a website. Converting utilities like Handbrake and Firefogg will dramatically decrease the filesize.
The Fusion Slider - Use the Fusion Slider to add your own video to your slide. Container - With the Fusion Builder container, you can specify a self-hosted video as the background. Layers slider - Use the Layers slider to add self-hosted video to your slide. The Revolution Slider - Use the Revolution Slider to add your own video to your slide.
All of them need the same data. As soon as you get your video in your hand. Web format, you are now prepared to load them. Stage 1 - Select the area of the website where you want to use your own self-hosted video. Every area described above has slightly different ways of uploading, but all need the same file.
Stage 2 - Just load the right data type into the right box in your selected area. Load for example the data type. MD4 in the MD4 files box. For every necessary data type there is a box. Stage 3 - If there is only a plain text box without a video-uploader key, as in Fusion Builder Container, you need to load the media section with the uploaded data and then copy the filename onto the media section.
Stage 4 - If your mediafiles are too large to be uploaded through your Multimedia Manager, you will need to FTP them to your FTP client.