Trying to get a better understanding of jrVideo...
1 - When 'convert videos' is unchecked, even if uploaded file is MP4, it does not stream in a player. Instead video just shows as a grey box with a download button on the bottom. (just a side thing; this happens even if 'block video downloads' is checked). Is this the way it should be working? That in order for a video to stream in player, conversion has to be enabled?
2 - Video Size - when converted videos show in player, it is a much smaller size then they generally appear on youtube. Is there any way to make the videos larger? there seems to be a lot of extra room (black space) on both sides of the player.
3 - Distortion in Chrome - converted videos play fine in firefox and explorer but in Chrome their width is distorted making the videos appear thinner and distorting all their frames. Also when 'full screen' is enabled in chrome, videos appear very pixalized, as if a much lower quality version is being served.
4 - Conversion - I understand that when conversion is enabled, it converts the clip into an MP4 and also into a flash version for mobile. Question is; if there is a set bit rate that it is converted to? Is there a difference in the output quality of whether the original video was 720p or 480p?
updated by @mysong: 09/05/14 10:14:26AM