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bobocel says

All I can say is “How does it feel Apple?”
http://blog.chromium.org/2011/01/html-video-codec-support-in-chrome.html

Now users will have to keep Flash in order to display h264 on their browsers, or Apple will have to use Google’s WebM. :D

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All I can say is “How does it feel Apple?”
http://blog.chromium.org/2011/01/html-video-codec-support-in-chrome.html Now users will have to keep Flash in order to display h264 on their browsers, or Apple will have to use Google’s WebM. :D

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CodingJack says

Apple’s argument of not supporting Flash because of “open standards” was always absurd because of H.264

I LOVE GOOGLE :D

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bobocel says

Apple’s argument of not supporting Flash because of “open standards” was always absurd because of H.264 I LOVE GOOGLE :D

Guess what’s Google’s argument for dropping h.264 (which is absurd because of Flash, but what the hell). :-)

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bobocel says


All I can say is “How does it feel Apple?”
http://blog.chromium.org/2011/01/html-video-codec-support-in-chrome.html Now users will have to keep Flash in order to display h264 on their browsers, or Apple will have to use Google’s WebM. :D
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

What goes around, comes around. :)

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CodeByASH says

This is like the COLD WAR ….

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magickaito says

As i m always not v clear about the codec wars… so can someone kindly explain to me,

Why is Apple pushing for H.264 instead of WebM? If the whole world is pushing for WebM, there is no need for flash to play any video also…?

(confused)

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scriptonomy says

Steve Jobs is still waiting for the puck to come flying by…Any decade now!

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flashedge says

I think the next versions of Flash will also support WebM. 10.2 will bring some nice new features for videos like html dynamic streaming and stageVideo for accelerated playback. HTML5 is still rookie compared to Flash and has a long way before becoming a real standard. Though H.264 is still largely used.

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doru says

open codec, like that. :)

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