HTML5 Video Report
Here’s the bad news. Early this year Microsoft will release Internet Explorer 10. This is the first major browser that will not play Flash videos.
Nearly forty percent of all users browse the Internet with a Microsoft browser.
This means by summer most users won’t be able to view your website videos unless your videos are encoded as HTML5 video.
Now the good news. We’re experts in HTML5 video and video for mobile devices. In fact, we developed the first application to stream a feature film on the iPhone back in 2007.
Shortly we’ll be launching a special page right here on iSpeakVideo.com that will provide up-to-date information on the death of Flash and the tremendous capabilities of HTML5 video.
Until our full HTML5 Video report is available you can receive our Executive Summary which explains how the death of Flash will impact your website, your videos, and your business. Find out what you need know about the conversion to HTML5 video and what it can do for you.
- Internet Explorer 10 will not play Flash video for most users
- Videos must be encoded as HTML5 videos to play
- This will have a dramatic impact on most websites