How to use DropBox to stream video on my site

by GowebMkt 16 replies
Hey Warriors,

Im using an HTML theme that allows me to have a video loop in the background.

I dont want to go thru my server bandwidth and want the video to be on Dropbox.

I created a free dropbox.com account put the video up in a shared folder called 'videos'.

Took the link and placed in my HTML5 video player code:

<video preload="none" width="100%" height="100%" loop>

<source src="https://www.dropbox.com/s/qrj9ocgh2fdpw6a/traffic.mp4?dl=0" type="video/mp4" />

</video>

But its just a black area.....any ideas?

Thanks!

Bret
#programming #dropbox #site #stream #video
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