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Old 9th Nov 2009, 14:05   #1
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YouTube gets (unofficial) HTML 5 support

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/20...ml-5-support/1

NeoSmart Technologies has released a front end for YouTube which provides a way for users to watch videos without the need for Adobe's Flash Player, via HTML 5.
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Old 9th Nov 2009, 14:17   #2
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Good idea, but no use to me.
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Old 9th Nov 2009, 14:21   #3
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Will it be possible for me to watch Youtube from work if I have the video link with this?

Not that I slack off at work or anything...
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Old 9th Nov 2009, 14:45   #4
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I tried it but not working in ff3.5
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If its MP4 it can be hardware accelerated and maybe even upscaled by the GPU ?
That would be sweet. no more blockies....
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the restrictive licensing on the MP4 codec meant that the Mozilla Foundation chose not to ship MP4 support with the browser as standard.
Too bloody right. I am sick to death of proprietary video and audio codecs. The whole situation is a bloody mess and the sooner companies are forced into open codecs, the better it is for us consumers.

NeoSmart can go ahead with their silly font-end but it's not what should be happening. Video and audio codecs should be free so that anyone can get their content on the web without having to pay someone for the privilege. I really hope Google's acquisition of On2 goes in this direction. Google has the power to liberate the web from selfish proprietary interests.

I also don't want the security of my web browser to be compromised by a binary blob whose security patching is subject to the whim of a closed source company that doesn't see it as 'profitable' to patch ASAP.
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The link is dead already.

Edit: Actually the whole neosmart website is down.
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Not working on FF3.6 either. Shame.

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Too bloody right. I am sick to death of proprietary video and audio codecs. The whole situation is a bloody mess and the sooner companies are forced into open codecs, the better it is for us consumers.

NeoSmart can go ahead with their silly font-end but it's not what should be happening. Video and audio codecs should be free so that anyone can get their content on the web without having to pay someone for the privilege. I really hope Google's acquisition of On2 goes in this direction. Google has the power to liberate the web from selfish proprietary interests.

I also don't want the security of my web browser to be compromised by a binary blob whose security patching is subject to the whim of a closed source company that doesn't see it as 'profitable' to patch ASAP.
You sound like a Linux user...
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alot of the stuff doesn't seem to work yet.. couldn't get it to go full screen or stream

least with firefox.. lemme look at the code some more- aye nm just wait till they fix it

screen.. looks like it will be just like using flash

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i think im going to have to try this on chrome! lets see!!!!!
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I just download most stuff from YT anyway. HD MP4 cheesecake!
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So HD Youtube on ION? Sounds very promissing for those of us who are desperate for it and can't wait for Adobe to get its act together on the GPU front
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@fibblesan: I'm not a Linux user but I have to agree with Shagbag. Open video codecs and standards are for the best and I would like Mozilla to keep supporting only open and free video standards and never ever implement support for MPEG4 systems codecs.
Firefox is used by a lot of people so they might have some power to change how web sites are implemented.

Google plays both hands here by both supporting open codecs and going for MPEG4 because they have already bought into it heavily with all content on YouTube being encoded in MPEG4 (H.264 + AAC). They have the power to improve on the open and free video codecs if they still think MPEG4 is the best codec family.
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