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Getting a Background music with YouTube is easy and works on mobile: <iframe width="0" height="0" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Setting the iframe to 0x0 mean you can't see the video, the autoplay option is used to start the music automatically


52MB is pretty big size for a website video background and your data rate is around 15 Mbps which is very high. A typical video background should be around 4-8MB with datarate of around 3-4Mbps.


I dont think your webserver has much to do with it. I'm guessing it's the bandwith at the users end. It plays at 16,962kbps, which stand for 16,962kb/sec, which is roughly about 16mb per sec. Your actual video is compressed, it gets decompressed when playing, (That's why the file is smaller), but even the compressed stream has to go quite fast. Most ...


The requirement is simple and yet complex, its at the scale at which you want to deploy. If its just simple requirement with a bunch of videos and not many viewers looking at the same, your best option is to go for Wordpress + Vimeo Pro type of configuration which can be easily deployed at a very cost effective point for you. However this kind of solution ...

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