Linked by Kroc Camen on Mon 8th Mar 2010 11:36 UTC
Morphos Fabien "Fab" Coeurjoly has released Origyn Web Browser 1.7 for MorphOS. HTML5 video and audio is provided through FFMpeg, supporting a wide range of codecs (Ogg/Theora/Vorbis, MPEG4, H264, AAC, MP3, Wav). Highlights of the change log follow.
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What about containers? (Not codecs)
by dindin on Mon 8th Mar 2010 21:54 UTC
dindin
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2006-03-29

I hear a lot of debate about codecs (H.264 vs. Ogg) but what about the containers supported in HTML5?

To playback a file, I think the SRC can point to a .mp4 file, or a .ogm/.ogg file. What other containers are supported?

How about live video? If I want to stream live content with HTML5, how is that done? What containers are supported? MPEG2-TS like for Apple Adaptive HTTP streaming? Has anyone done live streaming with HTML5?

Edited 2010-03-08 21:54 UTC

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edogawaconan Member since:
2006-10-10

I hear a lot of debate about codecs (H.264 vs. Ogg) but what about the containers supported in HTML5?

Please stop using Ogg when referring to Theora.

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