Cisco to provide H.264 codec license free to open source developers

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Cisco announced it wants to provide its H.264 video codec to open source developers for free. This way the company hopes to end the discussion on which codec will be used for WebRTC. Mozilla already expressed its interest.

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#2

The only website I’ve seen that supports HTML video is YouTube, which still requires Flash Player for many of its videos. I’m sure there will be some sites that will allow Firefox users to benefit from H.264, but none that I know of.