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Internet Explorer "In Windows 8, we reimagined the browser with IE10. We designed and built IE10 to be the best way to experience the Web on Windows. With the IE10 Release Preview for Windows 7 consumers can now enjoy a fast and fluid Web with the updated IE10 engine on their Windows 7 devices. The release preview of IE10 on Windows 7 is available for download today."
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RE[8]: IE10 still disappointing
by saynte on Fri 16th Nov 2012 15:23 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: IE10 still disappointing"
saynte
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They won't be equally-sized files, WebM gives slightly smaller filesizes for the same bitrate and resolution.


Am I misunderstanding something: how do you get different filesizes for the same bitrate? Bitrate is bits/time, for the same clip (time) you should get the same filesizes, modulo some header information for the codec.

What those graphs are describing are how the bitrate corresponds to the quality for a given profile. If you take the graphs as a whole they tell you how your quality will increase as you increase the filesize (bitrate) for a given clip, cheers.

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