html5 youtube google chrome

Karl F. Larsen klarsen1 at
Mon Jan 25 15:57:12 UTC 2010

Mark Fraser wrote:
> On Monday 25 Jan 2010 03:47:16 Johnneylee Rollins wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 12:26 PM, Vadkan Jozsef <jozsi.avadkan at> 
> wrote:
>>> What do I need to watch html5 videos on youtube with Google Chrome?
>>> Now, it's just loading, and loading the html5 video, but it doesn't
>>> starts.
>>> Maybe missing codec?
>>> Please, if someone has a howto/doc, post it.
>>> Thank you!
>> As far as I know, you only need a html5 compliant web browser. Firefox
>> has some support I think. Always a single google away.
>> ...
>> Back, only Apple's Safari has full support for HTML5 at the moment.
> The way I understood it was that there are 2 video codecs in HTML5 - Ogg 
> Theora and H.264. Mozilla will only support the open source Ogg, but Apple 
> will only support the closed source H.264.
> You Tube currently uses H.264.
	Well if You Tube uses H.264 then my poor Ubuntu 9.04 displays 
100% of the You Tube I have seen. So it appears if you support 
Ogg like mine does then there is no problem.

73 Karl


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