Category Archives: Technical

archive.org supports the new [video] HTML tag!

We now support the new HTML tag when viewing movies from our site. You’ll need Firefox v3.5+ (full or beta release) or Safari v4+ for us to show¬†you a “try the new tag” section under the “click to play” video … Continue reading

Posted in Technical, Video Archive | Tagged , , , , | 7 Comments

movie thumbnails can jump to scene in video

We are now rolling out a “beta” feature where users can click on the thumbnails for a given video (to see the still frames) and now click on a thumbnail to jump right into that scene of the video! -Tracey … Continue reading

Posted in Technical, Video Archive | Tagged , | 9 Comments

videos can seek now

Our flash-based player will now allow for folks to click anywhere on the timeline to have it quickly seek the film to the indicated position (previously users would have to wait for the video to download/pre-buffer up to that point … Continue reading

Posted in Technical, Video Archive | Tagged , | 10 Comments

Archive supports subtitles now!

Our flash-based player supports “SubRip” files (files with “.srt” extension). About a month ago, we updated our video pages to automatically support subtitles. One simply needs to upload a file with a “.srt” extension (in the SubRip format) along with … Continue reading

Posted in Technical, Video Archive | Tagged , | 5 Comments

Welcoming the "Share" Button

This week, archive.org released a beta version of our new upload tool, created to ease sharing of your material on Internet Archive. We’ll be moving away from FTP uploads in favor of HTTP uploading which allows you to upload right … Continue reading

Posted in News, Technical | Tagged , | 30 Comments

New Archive Datacenter with Sun

Today the Internet Archive and Sun Microsystems are launching a new datacenter that stores the whole web archive and serves the Wayback Machine. And, it is a modular datacenter that sits outside in a shipping container. This 3Petabyte (3 million … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Technical | Comments Off on New Archive Datacenter with Sun

Free Ultra High-Speed Internet to Public Housing

For Immediate Release March 27, 2008 Internet Archive Brings Free Ultra High-Speed Internet to Public Housing San Francisco : The Internet Archive, a San Francisco-based organization dedicated to preserving a record of the Internet and to increasing access to the … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Technical | Comments Off on Free Ultra High-Speed Internet to Public Housing

Zotero and Internet Archive join forces

Zotero, scholar’s toolset including a browser plug-in, and the Internet Archive have joined forces. Thank you to the Mellon Foundation. http://www.dancohen.org/2007/12/12/zotero-and-the-internet-archive-join-forces

Posted in Announcements, Technical | Comments Off on Zotero and Internet Archive join forces

The Internet Archive’s outgoing bandwidth doubled today to both the commercial Internet and Internet2. Support for this increase came from the federal e-rate program and the California State Library (thank you!). We expect to increase our bandwidth further in the … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Technical | Comments Off on

New upload and download count systems

Please try our new upload system that we hope will make it much easier to post books music and video to the site. By using your browser to specify the file or files to upload, we hope that many more … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Technical | Comments Off on New upload and download count systems