20 May 2010 13:30
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.
20 May 2010 13:15
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.