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Re: Flash in 64-bit environment

Camaleón wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Jul 2011 09:13:30 +0200, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
> [...]
> While html5 gets approved, I have replaced all the animations with
> javacript+css+dom to avoid Flash Player as much as I can.
>> But seriously there are some things still done in Flash like audio/video
>> playback which seem to work pretty well with html5.
Good choice!
> Yes... but I value compatibility the most and not all browsers out 
> there can manage flawlessly the <video> and <audio> tag. Also, w3c 
> is still not clear in what codec to use:
Of course.
> ***
> Does HTML5 provide for Royalty-Free video and audio codecs?
> http://www.w3.org/html/wiki/FAQs#Does_HTML5_provide_for_Royalty-Free_video_and_audio_codecs.3F
> ***
> So, please w3c, put your house in order so we can deliver true 
> compatible and standarized web content to the users...


> Greetings,

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