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2012

Manipulating video using canvas | Mozilla Developer Network

by srcmax
By combining the capabilities of the video element with a canvas, you can manipulate video data in real time to incorporate a variety of visual effects to the video being displayed. This article, adapted from this blog post by Paul Rouget, demonstrates how to perform chroma-keying (also known as the "green screen effect") using JavaScript code.

Mozilla grudgingly adopts H.264

by marco
"The state of video on the Web today and in mobile devices in particular is pushing us to change our policy. We've declined to adopt a technology that improves user experience in the hopes this will bring greater user sovereignty. Not many would try this strategy, but we did," she added.

2011

Mozilla Popcorn | Making video work like the web

by srcmax (via)
Popcorn makes video work like the web. We create tools and programs to help developers and authors create interactive pages that supplement video and audio with rich web content, allowing your creations to live and grow online.

Mozilla in Asia » Blog Archive » how to make your own Gecko reflow video

by Rik
Then run the build to output a layout progress log as C:mozilla-buildlogout.txt.

2010

Open Web, Open Video and WebM :: The Mozilla Blog

by srcmax (via)

Video is an integral part of the modern web experience, which is why Mozilla has been working for the past few years to make sure that video can be used in the ways necessary to sustain the web’s incredible growth and generativity. Today we’re excited to join Google in announcing the WebM project to advance web video, including Google’s release of the VP8 codec under open source and royalty-free terms.

The WebM Project : The WebM Project : Welcome to the WebM Project

by srcmax & 4 others, 1 comment

The WebM project is dedicated to developing a high-quality, open video format for the web that is freely available to everyone.

The WebM launch is supported by Mozilla, Opera, Google and more than forty other publishers, software and hardware vendors.

Sous-titrer une vidéo avec Universal Subtitles

by Monique
La fondation Mozilla travaille actuellement sur un nouveau projet baptisé Universal Subtitles qui consiste à développer un standard pour le sous-titrage des vidéos en ligne.

Well, I'm Back: Video, Freedom And Mozilla

by marco
This is a good time to restate the facts and re-explain why Firefox does not support H.264.

2009

Démo Firefox 3.5 : le Rich Media collaboratif - Framablog

by srcmax
La sortie de Firefox 3.5 approche à grands pas. Les nouveautés au rendez-vous seront nombreuses (TraceMonkey, Canvas, CSS3, etc). Parmi ces dernières, on notera le fait de pouvoir afficher des vidéos directement dans le navigateur, sans avoir besoin d’utiliser de plugins propriétaires comme Flash. Bref, plein de bonnes nouvelles en perspective.

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