Video on iPad ad iPhone playback failure and strange graphic artifacts
I have a problem with video playback.
I read all of your guides and tried with different video encoding tools but the result is always the same: no autoplay nor play on ipad and iphone. The only solution is to publish with the "Play controls" option flagged...but this is not what I want.
A second issue is that I can see random black lines around the video on my Ipad and sometimes on Chrome (Windows version).
Here you can find a small test with a single scene project produced with your latest version of Sencha 1.3.198 that contains a single animation:
Video object properties:
.jpg format for Poster Image
.m4v format for H.264 src
.webm format for WebM src,
Play Controls unflagged
Windows Google Chrome results: white page
Safari iPad result: I can see only Poster Image + random unwanted black lines around the video box
Safari iPhone result: I can see only Poster Image + random unwanted black lines around the video box
I took a look at your example, and it seems that there is something wrong with the m4v file that you included. If you try to open or download the file at http://www.aviotraceswiss.com/apps/r..._in_clouds.m4v it does not play and it shows 0 bytes. The webm video works fine it seems.
Because the browser will try to render mp4 before webm, it seems that this causes nothing to display. I took the liberty to convert the webm file from your example back to mp4 (note that browsers can be quirky with playing m4v, while mp4 should work most of the time). If you send me your email address by private message, I will send you the project with the video that works in Chrome as intended.
Finally, regarding the black lines around the video, I observed them at certain zoom levels - it looks to me that this is a pixel roundoff error by iOS Safari - it looks like the actual width of the video and the overlay image are calculated differently inside the viewport. I would suggest to remove the thin white border in your video, this way this artifact should be less noticeable, or to put the background of your project to black under Properties -> Scene -> Background.