HTML Multimedia/Mixed media on the web is sound, music, recordings, motion pictures, and livelinesss.
What is Multimedia?
Mixed media comes in various organizations. It very well may be nearly anything you can hear or see, similar to pictures, music, sound, recordings, records, movies, activitys, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Site pages regularly contain sight and sound components of various kinds and organizations.
The main internet browsers had support for text just, restricted to a solitary textual style in a solitary tone.
Later came programs with help for colors, textual styles, pictures, and interactive media!
Sight and sound components (like sound or video) are put away in media records.
The most well-known approach to find the kind of a document, is to take a gander at the record augmentation.
Media records have plans and different extensions like: .wav, .mp3, .mp4, .mpg, .wmv, and .avi.
Common Video Formats
There are many video formats out there.
The MP4, WebM, and Ogg designs are upheld by HTML.
The MP4 format is recommended by YouTube.
|MPEG. Developed by the Moving Pictures Expert Group. The first popular video format on the web. Not supported anymore in HTML.|
|AVI||.avi||AVI (Audio Video Interleave). Developed by Microsoft. Commonly used in video cameras and TV hardware. Plays well on Windows computers, but not in web browsers.|
|WMV||.wmv||WMV (Windows Media Video). Developed by Microsoft. Commonly used in video cameras and TV hardware. Plays well on Windows computers, but not in web browsers.|
|QuickTime||.mov||QuickTime. Developed by Apple. Commonly used in video cameras and TV hardware. Plays well on Apple computers, but not in web browsers.|
|RealVideo. Developed by Real Media to allow video streaming with low bandwidths. Does not play in web browsers.|
|Flash. Developed by Macromedia. Often requires an extra component (plug-in) to play in web browsers.|
|Ogg||.ogg||Theora Ogg. Developed by the Xiph.Org Foundation. Supported by HTML.|
|WebM||.webm||WebM. Developed by Mozilla, Opera, Adobe, and Google. Supported by HTML.|
|.mp4||MP4. Developed by the Moving Pictures Expert Group. Commonly used in video cameras and TV hardware. Supported by all browsers and recommended by YouTube.|