Built something new
A while ago, I decided that for InformaticaLab to be truly independend, I would need to build my own video player. While it's not yet up to my standards, it's definitely a step in the right direction.

A large part of the creation of a video player, was to decide what file format and codec to use for all tutorial videos. Typically, as a video editor, I would either send clients a video in mp4 with either H264 or H265 as a coded, just because those two have great quality and compatibility. However, when you have to pay for each gigabyte of data transfer and montly storage, you've got to come up with something that's as efficient as possible.

I eventually decided that the WEBM file format, together with the VP9 codec was my best option. Of the several tests I found online (that contained a lot of jargon I didn't understand), VP9 was the most efficient coded, while also being widely supported by all Chromium browsers.