Please make sure that you have whitelisted your domains correctly here https://app.dyntube.com/#/account/settings.
Please add your domain name without the "http://" prefix. For instance, you can enter mydomain.com or www.mydomain.com. It is not necessary to enter the full URL like http://mydomain.com. Additionally, you can add a wildcard for a directory on your domain such as 'domain.com/account/*'. This will permit access to any link under the 'account' directory.
You can use a tool similar to handbrake.fr to transcode videos in a web-optimized fashion. The video output could be MP4 with the following settings: Preset: Fast 1080p30
Format: MP4 Check => Web optimized
Check => Align A/V Start
Check => Passthru Common Data
Many modern browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari have implemented autoplay policies to prevent videos from automatically playing when the page loads. This is to improve the user experience and prevent unwanted noise or bandwidth consumption.
Autoplay policies can be influenced by various factors such as the user's browsing history, website permissions, and device settings. For example, some browsers may allow videos to autoplay if the user has interacted with the website before or if the website has been added to a list of allowed sites.
Video transcoding takes time and CPU because it involves several complex processes, including decoding the original video, processing and compressing it, and then encoding it back into a new format. These tasks require a significant amount of computational power, especially for high-resolution videos. Additionally, the amount of time and CPU resources required for transcoding depend on the original video's resolution, the target format, the processing operations involved, and the available hardware resources. Overall, video transcoding is a time-consuming and CPU-intensive task that requires careful optimization to achieve the desired results.