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Old 10-13-2010, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: YouTube Videos Uploaded In WebM Will Be Viewable In WebM


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"YouTube has slowly but surely been expanding the availability of WebM in their HTML 5 open video beta, but uploaders have so far had no control over whether their videos would be available in a free format. Videos deemed popular enough by Google would be made available in WebM, but other than that, only videos which happened to be HD (720p or greater) would definitely be viewable in WebM."

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