+ Video Manipulation #
-Please take a look at the [demo pages].
+Please take a look at the [demo pages] but these might be slow. In addition please be sure to use Chrome when trying the demos.
+There are restrictions to access the canvas data when you're loading the *index.html* from a local place.
+If you've got python installed, simply download the files, change to the directory and run
+ python -m SimpleHTTPServer
+Afterwards you're able to load the demo in your browser at *http://localhost:8000/*
For the full tutorial, please take a look at [my blog].
+* [JSManipulate by Joel Besada on GitHub]
*2012 Micha Kops / www.hascode.com*
- [demo pages]:http://app.hascode.com/html5-video-manipulation
- [my blog]:http://www.hascode.com/
+ [demo pages]:http://app.hascode.com/html5-video-manipulation/index.html
+ [my blog]:http://www.hascode.com/
+ [JSManipulate by Joel Besada on GitHub]:https://github.com/JoelBesada/JSManipulate
<div>Please run using Chrome .. I was too lazy to add other video formats here. .. the image effect are made with JSManipulate by <a href="https://github.com/JoelBesada/JSManipulate">Joel Besada</a>.</div>
<div>I've used the screencast from my Liferay-Portlet tutorial here - if you're interested in the tutorial please feel free to take a look at <a href="http://www.hascode.com/2011/07/creating-portlets-with-java-server-faces-2-and-liferay/">this article of mine</a>.</div>
<div>For the full tutorial, please visit my blog at <a href="http://www.hascode.com/">www.hascode.com</a> - the full sources are available at <a href="https://bitbucket.org/hascode/html5-js-video-manipulation/">Bitbucket</a>.</div>