Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Mar 2012 19:37 UTC
Internet & Networking Ever since it became clear that Google was not going to push WebM as hard as they should have, the day would come that Mozilla would be forced to abandon its ideals because the large technology companies don't care about an open, unencumbered web. No decision has been made just yet, but Mozilla is taking its first strides to adding support for the native H.264 codecs installed on users' mobile systems. See it as a thank you to Mozilla for all they've done for the web.
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RE[5]: Whatevs.
by d3vi1 on Fri 16th Mar 2012 11:57 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Whatevs."
d3vi1
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And I'm sure all these organisations you mentioned all want/need some form of streaming with DRM.

WebM doesn't have that.

All people are asking for is to put all the non-DRM content in WebM.


DRM is usually a function of the container, as opposed to the codec. H.264 doesn't have DRM either, MP4 or M2TS do support encryption of the streams though.

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