Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd May 2010 17:56 UTC
Multimedia, AV Are you guys sick of the H264 debate already? Yes? Too bad, because we've got more. Microsoft's decision late last week to restrict Internet Explorer 9 to H264 was met with a rather immense amount of criticism, so the company decided to publish a new blog post responding to some of that criticism. While Microsoft makes a few good points, the overall feeling is still that of 'fear, uncertainty, and doubt'.
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by nabil2199 on Mon 3rd May 2010 18:15 UTC
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...fighting the good fight.
pretty much all other tech sites seem happy with H.264 as the html5 video codec, regardless of the mess of a lock-in it represents on content production.

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by churlish_Helmut on Mon 3rd May 2010 18:36 in reply to "OSNews..."
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Yes, we are on a codec wars, and i am on your side, so keep an fighting ;-)

Seriously, my opinion is, that anyone on this site watch at elast one video a day. It is a really important topic, not just because everyone ist somehow involved. So im not going to get tired of articles like these.

But, i think, we will lose this war...

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by Fettarme H-Milch on Mon 3rd May 2010 20:40 in reply to "OSNews..."
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...fighting the good fight.

Um, a good fight would be to actually try to abolish software patents altogether. Then everyone could use AVC for free.

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