7 responses to “HTML5 Video Codec Squabble – Microsoft Backs H.264, Google Remains Last Hope”

  1. Shekhar Sahu

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    I think the differences between the two as far as video quality is concerned, are very low especially when it comes to web videos as they are mostly not super high quality anyway so as to work on most connections and computers.

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