To fix the issue you can do The path you wrote in the src attribute is relative to the location of the html file, you need to make sure that either the video is in the same folder or that the path points to the folder in which the video is stored. Example:
wish helps you You have two options: Create an iframe and load the HTML document into it Or locate the body element in the result and just add the content of that element to the div next to your test case.
embed video in html page and make it play any video file in local drive
I hope this helps you . You are reliant on the email client supporting Video playback in emails, and different clients provide different levels of support for this. There are some places you can look to get a feel for current support levels, although it is worth googling as it is evolving over time. Email campaign engine/service providers often have the best summaries as it is important to their business:
How to embed .h264 video file in html webpage using video tags
I wish this helpful for you You don't have to include h.264 in your html code, you only need to include the path to your video file and the video file name. So, let's say your video file is .mp4 and your file's name is myvideo.mp4 and your myvideo.mp4 is in a folder named videos and your html file is just outside that videos folder in your project folder then this is what you have to do: