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HTML5 video element codec debate reignited

HTML5 video element codec debate reignited

Posted Feb 12, 2010 3:11 UTC (Fri) by jrincayc (guest, #29129)
In reply to: HTML5 video element codec debate reignited by skissane
Parent article: HTML5 video element codec debate reignited

Motion JPEG is widely supported (Gstreamer good, Quicktime and Media Player), and is patent free. However, it requires something like 10+ times the bandwidth that theora does. MPEG-1 is or will be soon patent free (ignoring the MP3 portion), but it is probably at least a little worse than Theora for bandwidth.


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