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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Thursday 20 May 2010 11:42 : \____
> Rick pulled this Usenet boner:
>> "Indeed, within minutes of the project???s launch here at Google I/O, links
>> went up to new versions of Firefox and Opera with built-in support for
>> WebM video. Chrome support will be coming in the next beta, due later
>> this month. Microsoft says that Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, due to
>> arrive as soon as the end of 2010, will support VP8 video playback if a
>> user has installed the free codec on their copy of Windows."
>> Well... this is potentially good news.
> Google VP of product management Sundar Pichai says the company has done
> "a thorough legal analysis of VP8ÂÂ since acquiring it, and remains
> confident it can release the technology under an open source license
> without infringing on any patents.
I've read somewhat they they began converting YouTube content! :-)
~~ Best of wishes
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