Posted Dec 13, 2007 12:57 UTC (Thu) by mjr
In reply to: codec quality
Parent article: Specifying codecs for the web
So it is going to be something patent-encumbered or
nothing at all. It may be a sad fact, but nonetheless it is a fact.
If it will in the end turn out to be a fact, it will mostly be so due to a conscious decision by multinational companies against the public good.
Also talking about "crap" being offered is hardly productive. Theora isn't crap. It just isn't very shiny either.
Also let's see if people want to continue using H.264 in 2009 with the per-user webcast fees or change into something more reasonable...
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