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Look back on what you've done in the Video lab and convert your video into those formats so that it will play in Firefox and Chrome and IE. You will probably also have to change settings when you do the conversion to make the size of the videos smaller. The videos must be streamable on a typical residential 5Mbps connection, so calculate what that means in terms of a maximum size for your video.
= Website Webpage =Same as for assignment 1 - you will need to find a template for your page so that the result looks professional. Don't forget to set the titles correctly and remove links that you aren't using. On the index page you should have: # The team number and all the team members' names.# A list of the equipment you used.# Where you got the website template.# Links to any code samples written by someone else that you used in the assignment. You may use online resources or Chris's demo code [ from here], but you have to be very clear which code you didn't write yourself or else it's plagiarism. On the video page there will be a title, the name of the product, a short description, and two main components: The video itself, in an HTML5 video tag. Have the controls showing but don't start playing it automatically. Remember this has to work in multiple browsers.Next to it (probably to the right, though I'll leave that detail to you, as long as it works it's good) you'll need a "Content" area, where you'll show content relevant to what you're currently talking about in the video (more about this below). == Popcorn.js Content == 
= Popcorn.js =
= Submission =

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