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Chapter 17. Creating Web Pages with Movi... > Embedding an HTTP QuickTime Movie in...

Embedding an HTTP QuickTime Movie in a Web Page

If a QuickTime movie is to appear on a Web page, that page’s HTML must include an EMBED tag—a standard tag for embedding content on Web pages. You can type the EMBED tag yourself or use a WYSIWYG Web authoring tool that supports QuickTime.

If you are using a Web page tool that has QuickTime support, you generally insert the QuickTime file in much the same way that you’d insert a graphic; then choose specific settings in a dialog box. The EMBED tag is generated automatically; in most cases, you don’t need to look at it if you don’t want to. We can’t cover the precise methods used in all tools, but see Figure 17.1 for an example.


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