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This article has a way to disable the related that play at the end of the current video: You have to add a rel=0 parameter to the embed URL. For example: <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/R0V_D4zaEpU?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


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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 ...


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These are the key factors that should be considered with regards to video regardless of BW. You should post 3 formats when possible, to serve the proper device used. mp4, webm, ogg This not only saves you bandwidth but also the users who do not need large video files for clarity. Next you should encode the video file into a h264 format wrapped in a mp4 ...


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Google does not like URLs in sitemaps that redirect. When somebody tested that, they got a warning in Google Webmaster Tools: When we tested a sample of URLs from your Sitemap, we found that some URLs redirect to other locations. We recommend that your Sitemap contain URLs that point to the final destination (the redirect target) instead of redirecting ...


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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.


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If you host videos on on a server, there is no way you can stream those videos from that server without using the bandwidth of that server. However, here are some way that you can try to reduce the bandwidth utilisation: Cache the streamed portions of the video on the client browser. This way, the receiver can replay it without streaming it again, and hence ...


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Inline CSS Your code looks OK apart from the fact I'd prefer to use the styling within the CSS rather than inline, that way you can adjust the style according to each device simply using: video {height:260px;width:463px;} then using media queries within the CSS you can scale the video easier for different devices as the height 260px width 463px doesn't ...


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