Displaying video through an Overlay (should know)
So far, we've concentrated on developing our basic video player, using jQuery. It's time now to change track, and take a look at another useful feature that you can use with HTML5 videos—overlays. This can help to give emphasis to displaying a video, as you can provide a mask to cover elements in the background, thereby removing some of the distraction.
For this task, you need to avail yourself of a copy of the shareware application VideoLightbox—at the time of writing, the latest version is 2.1, which is available from http://www.videolightbox.com. It is free for non-commercial use, so if you need to use it commercially, you will need to purchase a license that is $49 at the time of ...