I've made some improvements to the way Videos are handled in the Assets Library. You no longer specify Quicktime/Realplayer/Windowsmedia files - just a single video file, and it's up to you to ensure it's a suitable web format.
I recommend MP4/H.264, or WebM.
These videos are then added directly to a page using the <video> tag, in a variety of ways:
- Use the Video Asset includelet to add a single video to a page. (There's also an Audio Asset includelet that adds an audio file with controls.)
- The Related Image Gallery includelet can build a nice gallery of both Images and Videos on a page, which pop-up in modals when you click on them.
- You can use the Insert picture or file button in the WYSIWYG to add a video or audio file to the page, then the Insert/Edit Embedded Media button to change the settings. The WYSIWYG does a pretty bad job of displaying this, but when you view the page it looks fine!
Have fun y'all!