Dev goes 'Wild' with H.264 Firefox
A Dutch open source developer is building a version of Firefox that uses the HTML5 video tag in tandem with the H.264 codec.
Mozilla's official Firefox incarnation handles HTML5 video solely with the free and open Ogg Theora codec, sidestepping H.264 because it's a patented technology that carries license fees in certain countries. But with a project dubbed Wild Fox, the Netherlands-based Maya Posch - aka "Elledan" - seeks to offer an H.264-equipped version of the browser in countries where the patents don't apply.
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