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____/ Tony Manco on Wednesday 25 February 2009 19:04 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Mozilla demos impressive Firefox 3.1 features at SCALE
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | The HTML 5 video element will also arrive in Firefox 3.1. This will allow
>> | video content to be embedded directly in Web pages, controlled with
>> | rich media content on the Web. Firefox 3.1 will ship with built-in support
>> | for the Ogg Vorbis and Theora formats—open audio and video codecs that are
>> | believed to be unencumbered by patents. The actual codec implementations
>> | are integrated directly into the browser itself, so content in those
>> | formats will be playable without requiring any external components or
>> | plugins.
> Worker threads sound interesting!
> I made some tests with FF 3.0.x and a nightly build of FF 3.1 b3
> (with and without worker threads active) and we can really see the
> incredible improvements FF 3.1 has.
> I also ran Sunspider with this nightly build and it averages 1.1
> seconds. Not bad at all for a beta product. ACID 3 still lays around
> 93/100 IIRC.
> Oh, I really like the new HTML5 <video> tag :) The player looks nice.
If it didn't, you could modify it... and the codecs too !!
>  http://nerget.com/rayjs-mt/rayjs.html
~~ Best of wishes
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