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It's more than four years since this question was asked, and the Punkchip article is even older (but still relevant). However, Nielsen Norman Group (NNG) recently revisited the topic of video usability with an excellent article which it's worth referencing here to keep the topic up to date. Here's the relevant part of the article that refers to autoplay: ...


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Users won't know/care about which protocols are used - they just want the video to work. Your goal is to give them an option if it's not working well. You don't have to tell them anything about "how" it works. Consider what options you could offer: Resolution (like YouTube). This assumes people understand "480p/720p/1080p". Many don't. Connection speed. ...


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Simply put: people expect to see a video when they click 'watch video'. I think it very much depends from user to user, what implementation he expects (what is he used to?). With the visual design you can give hints of how thing are going to work. So for example, if you choose for the first implementation: leave some white space for the video and make the ...



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