Perhaps you have got lots of QuickTime MOV videos at hand and are feeling frustrated on how to play these splendid videos on HTML 5 websites such as YouTube. In this guide you will find the solution easily to make MOV files playable on HTML 5 websites.
Google is combining with Mozilla (Firefox) and Opera in the WebM project to create a Matroska file format using VP8 and the OGG Vorbis open source audio codec. WebM video format becomes more and more popular in online video uploading and playing. So in order to play MOV video with HTML 5 browser, it is better for you to convert QuickTime MOV to WebM video format. Now try out this professional MOV to WebM Converter—Leawo Video Converter which supports to realize any video and audio conversions. With the assistance of this video converting tool, you can convert MOV to YouTube WebM video format with the fastest speed as well as apply output video with the best features. For meeting with Mac users’ requirements, you can also convert MOV video to WebM format by resorting to Leawo null.
In the following, there are links for you to easy download your wanted MOV to WebM Converter. After software download and installation, just run this video converting program to convert MOV to WebM with the easy steps below.
Add QuickTime MOV video files
Click "Add Video" icon to import video files to this converter. This smart tool also allows you to import other video formats like MP4, WMV, FLV, MKV, 3GP, MPG, etc. for conversion if necessary.
Select proper output format
Within the drop-down list of "Profile", select WebM as the output video format. Click "Settings" button to adjust video resolution, frame rate, bitrate, audio sample rate, channel, bitrate and more to get the required quality.
Under "Trim", "Crop", "Effect" and "Watermark" options in "Edit" panel, adjust video to your wanted effect. Convert video to 3D WebM video in "3D Settings" panel and you can get stereo video for watching.
Convert videos to various formats for more convenient enjoyment.
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WebM is an audio-video format designed to provide a royalty-free, open video compression format for use with HTML5 video. The project’s development is sponsored by Google. A WebM file consists of VP8 video and Vorbis audio streams, in a container based on a profile of Matroska. YouTube now offers WebM videos as part of its HTML5 player experiment. All uploaded files with resolutions from 720p and above are encoded to WebM in 480p and 720p, and other resolutions will follow.