The Internet Archive’s Video Library Goes HTML5

The Internet Archive’s Video Library Goes HTML5 

The Internet Archive’s entire collection of digital videos will now be available in HTML5 as well as Flash, the organization announced today.

 

The Internet Archive will be using Kaltura’s open source video platform in order to deliver the 500,000 some odd digital video assets housed at the Internet Archive. Kaltura’s video player identifies whether a device and browser supports Flash or HTML5 and will deliver the content accordingly.

Source: Read Write Web

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2 Responses to The Internet Archive’s Video Library Goes HTML5

  1. Pingback: Internet Archive one step ahead: backing-up digital on paper | Sustainable Libraries

  2. Nick Brunner says:

    Now if only there were a way to view the player in WordPress 🙂

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