web-m and Fedora 14
drago01 at gmail.com
Thu May 20 13:21:45 UTC 2010
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 3:09 PM, Rahul Sundaram <metherid at gmail.com> wrote:
> "All videos that are 720p or larger, uploaded to YouTube after May 19th,
> will be be encoded in WebM."
> So you all already heard the news, Google has released web-m as a
> royalty free format under a BSD license style license. They have also
> have started using it in YouTube. So if we get things aligned, Fedora
> 14 would be able to play YouTube out of the box which is a pretty major
> thing not to mention a boost for the open web.
> * Gstreamer plugins - Is it separate? Is anyone looking into that?
> * Firefox nightly has support for it. I don't know if Mozilla plans a
> release in time or we should look into backporting it and getting
> trademark approval
Firefox 4, should be out in due time, assuming no delays.
> * Chromium devel has support for it too. Spot has a repo running that
> is widely used and should be updated
> Any grand plans? Should we put up a feature page?
Spot was been working on packing libvpxp.
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