The number of mobile Yandex.Video users is constantly growing and they are an active user base. Therefore, we are actively developing this service to make it easier to view videos on mobile devices. Only videoclips that can be played back on mobile devices are displayed in Yandex.Video's mobile search results.
For the most part, mobile browsers don't support Flash Player; they use HTML5 for videoclip playback. Therefore, if a site hosts a player that supports Flash but not HTML, then the player will not display in mobile Yandex.Video searches.
In turn, sites using HTML5 players will be added to mobile Yandex.Video search results and may see an increase in the quality of searches for their videoclips (in comparison with resources that don't have players in their mobile searches).
To make sure your videoclips end up in Yandex.Video search results, your player should meet the following requirements:
In the main mobile operating systems: Android, iOS, Windows Phone.
In browsers integrated into mobile operating systems by default as well as in popular mobile browsers like Yandex.Browser.
Playback videos using HTML5.
Use the HTTPS protocol.
All player control elements (buttons, volume regulator, etc.) should work correctly.
The player and all its elements should have a dynamic layout and automatically adjust in response to changing page size or scale, including when the device's orientation changes (i.e. when the user turns the screen sideways or upright).
Use the feedback form to send us a request to connect to mobile Yandex.Video after you've fulfilled these requirements. We will test the player and inform you of the results.
Yandex can retrieve data from the following video element attributes:
Address (URL) of video file.
Note. To indicate multiple video content sources, you can use the nested source tag instead of the src attribute.
URL of image displayed during video loading.
Nested tags of video element:
Source of video content. This is used instead of the src attribute if you need to indicate multiple video sources.
Lets you indicate any additional textual resources that will display during video playback. This may include subtitles, annotations, descriptions, chapter numbers, or metadata.
Note. If the source element is included within the video element, then the track element should come after it.
<video src='movie.mp4' poster='movie.jpg' controls> <source src="video.webm" type="video/webm" /> <track src="subtitles.vtt" kind="subtitles" srclang="en" label="English" /> <!-- This text displays when the browser doesn't support the "video" tag.--> </video>
<video src="movie.mp4" controls> <source src="movie1.mp4" type="video/mp4"> <source src="movie1.ogg" type="video/ogg"> <track kind="captions" src="video_captions.srt" srclang="en"> <track kind="descriptions" src="video_desciptions.srt" srclang="en"> <track kind="chapters" src="video_chapters.srt" srclang="en"> <track kind="subtitles" src="video_subtitles_en.srt" srclang="en" default> <track kind="subtitles" src="video_subtitles_ru.srt" srclang="ru"> <track kind="metadata" src="video_metadata.srt" srclang="en" label="Metadata"> </video>