Using OpenURL or SetHTML to Resize a .mp4 Video on a DHTML Panel

I’m trying to resize an .mp4 video on a GUI.
However, whatever way I try it, the video doesn’t show up and the panel is blank.
When I load the regular .mp4 it works fine.
The html I am using works fine in chrome, how I expect it to
but when I load it into gmod using these ways, it is not working, and shows up blank.
Here are the two ways I have tried doing it,
both lead to the same result:

Using OpenURL with a .html file
The function


					item.DoClick = function(s)
						eqframe.ItemPanel.Items.Selected = s      
						eqframe.ItemPanel.InfoPanel.Desc:OpenURL( s.Table.vidurl or "" )
            --eqframe.ItemPanel.InfoPanel.Desc:SetSize( 200, 300 )
					end

Inside the SWEP


   SWEP.EquipMenuData = {
      vidurl = "http://redostri.ch/tooltips/small.html"
   };

The HTML code


<html hola_ext_inject="disabled"><head><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"></head><body><video controls="" autoplay="" name="media" style="width:220px;height:180px;margin:0px"><source src="http://redostri.ch/tooltips/small.mp4" type="video/mp4"></video></body></html>

Using SetHTML to use the HTML code directly
The function


					item.DoClick = function(s)
						eqframe.ItemPanel.Items.Selected = s      
						eqframe.ItemPanel.InfoPanel.Desc:SetHTML( s.Table.vidurl or "" )
          end

Inside the SWEP (self-contained HTML)


SWEP.EquipMenuData = {
      vidurl = [[<html hola_ext_inject="disabled"><head><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"></head><body><video controls="" autoplay="" name="media" style="width:220px;height:180px;margin:0px"><source src="http://redostri.ch/tooltips/small.mp4" type="video/mp4"></video></body></html>]]
};

Please help!!
Thanks

[editline]29th March 2015[/editline]

Sorry for wonky indentation

Buuuump! Please help :frowning:

SetHTML

Then define how big the object will be in html.

I did define the size of the object in the HTML. (see code in OP)
Please read the post before replying

(Kinda) Solved.
Apparently Awesomium doesnt like playing .mp4 files.
Using webms instead.