Google Clarifies Their H.264 Stance, Hands Keys Of Web Video’s Future Back To Flash

Link: Google Clarifies Their H.264 Stance, Hands Keys Of Web Video’s Future Back To Flash “Earlier this week, Google wrote a very short post to announce a big change: they were dropping support for the H.264 codec in Chrome. While they may have tried to whisper it, the post resulted in a shitstorm. As a…

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A Stalemate of Standards: What H.264 Means for the Average User

Link: A Stalemate of Standards: What H.264 Means for the Average User “Yesterday, Google announced that future versions of its Chrome browser would not support what has become an industry standard – the H.264 video codec – in providing video on the Web.” “The move may affect the average Web user, leaving them with poor…

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Google’s Decision To Drop H.264 Support Brilliantly Slamed by Microsoft Evangelist

Link: Google’s Decision To Drop H.264 Support Brilliantly Slamed by Microsoft Evangelist “A lot has been written about Google’s decision to no longer support H.264 HTML5 video playback in Chrome … Make sure you read this one from Tim Sneath, director of the Windows and Silverlight technical evangelism team. It’s a hilarious must-read.” “In a…

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