Encoding a video video message involves the creation of an HTML string which identifies the message content.
For example, encode “video-message-00:00:05.000” , the message should be encoded as follows: video-message “Video message 00:00.05.
000 ” encode “Video Message 00:01.00.
000″ Note that a video-encoded message is automatically saved to the local video file.
The message is then saved as an HTML5 video message, which can be viewed in the browser.
Encoding messages on the web In general, HTML5 messages can be encoded using any of the standard HTML5 tags.
For instance, the tag video-video-link-title displays a video link to a video.
The video is then displayed in a video browser.
HTML5 can also be used to encode HTML5 images, which are normally created using a tag.
This is useful when a website is using a different image format, such as PNG.
The following tags are available for HTML5 message encoding: video : this is the tag used to embed a video on a webpage.
video-title : this shows the video title.
This tag is also used to tag a video, for example: video title video-link : this tag is used to link to the video.
This tags can also contain an image for more specific information.
The image is displayed in the video browser, and can be clicked to show more information.
The audio message encode function encodes a video audio message using the HTML 5 audio tag.
If you pass the second parameter to encode(), it must be a string of the following form: encode(“video”, “audio-message”); Note that the first parameter is the audio content.
The second parameter is used for the decoding.
For more info, see audio message encoding.
Encryption of text messages This is a similar process to video message encoding, except that it is encoded using the XMPP protocol and a special feature called “text encryption”.
To encrypt text messages, you will need to send a message to a text message server.
The text messages that can be sent using text encryption are usually text attachments which contain a plaintext string that contains the encrypted text.
The plaintext of a message must be the same as the text that is encrypted.
The encrypted text can then be sent as a plain text message to the text message sender, or it can also optionally be sent in the body of the message.
The recipient of the encrypted message is able to verify the authenticity of the text, by comparing the encrypted contents to the plaintext content of the original message.
Encrypted text messages can contain the following fields: text : the plain text content of a text or image message, as defined in the XEP-02 text message encryption specification.
Note: the plain content field is ignored when it comes to XMPPF, and is only used when the text and image messages are encrypted.