Video Without Youtube?

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23-Dec-14 01:50
I have a video clip that I want shown on my website. I downloaded it and now it is a file in the windows media player format. Let's say it is the video clip that is the death scene from "The Interview" and I am sure youtube would remove it. So, how do I show the video on my website without using youtube? I think I remember doing this with a third party tool.

I remember something that is open source but I do not remember what it is called. As long as you were not doing it for profit, you did not have to pay for it, as I recall.

I tried to find a solution by googling but, no matter what I tried as a search statement, the search results were always something that assumed the user was looking for some information about youtube.

Even instructions online that discuss embedding a video in XML, in truth, discuss using youtube.
23-Dec-14 14:38
No need for an external source when we have the HTML5 video tag at our disposal :

http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_video.asp

Converted to mp4, you'll have cross browser support.
23-Dec-14 16:41
Same answer as I gave you here.

http://www.webdesignforum.com/20264-video-without-youtube.html#post89254

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24-Dec-14 10:03
Yeah (in response to that topic), I was just judging it from the standpoint of a webdesign issue and looking past the bravado that may or may not lead to posting illegal content.

Edit - just read that movie'll be released on YouTube. Lol.

[Edited by Shikkediel on 24-Dec-14 11:50]
11-Feb-15 08:01
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