Mozilla, Opera look to make video on the Web easier
Written by Daniel   
Sunday, 09 December 2007 12:42

 Those two browsers will support a new HTML tag specifically for embedding video in Web pages

By Jeremy Kirk, IDG News Service
December 07, 2007
InforWorld

New features in the Firefox and Opera browsers could make it less complex and cheaper for people to incorporate video into their Web sites, representatives of Mozilla and Opera say. Firefox and Opera will support a new HTML tag specifically for embedding video in Web pages. As long as the browsers support a video's specific codec, or encoding method, the browsers will then be able to play the video without launching third-party enabling software, said Chris Double, a Mozilla engineer. Mozilla and Opera are also working to support the royalty-free video codec Ogg Theora... More   Comment in the Forums

 

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