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Mozilla Goes to Bat for Open-Source Video on the Web

If Mozilla has its way, you'll soon be able to watch streaming video on sites all over the web without ever having to use a plug-in.

The software maker announced Monday that native support for the open-source Threora video format will be added to Firefox 3.1, the next version of its popular web browser. Theora files can be embedded directly into web pages just like images and viewed in any browser that supports Theora playback -- no plug-in to download, so special software to install.

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Lord Anubis3243d ago

i love you Mozilla. Neva eva change!

kharma453243d ago

That's a pretty awesome feature.

Credit to Mozilla for keeping Firefox on top.

Why dis3243d ago

Like trying to hype the WNBA.

duplissi3242d ago

are you ever not negative?

Fishy Fingers3243d ago

Great feature to have. Should inadvertently speed up web browsing to. As usual, if your looking for browser advancements Firefox is the place to start.

Fishy Fingers3243d ago (Edited 3243d ago )

Dont hate on something purely because you dont understand and/or use it. Or more importantly, because MS didnt come up with it first. Stick the the console news kid.

For certain people, including myself, this could be a very welcomed app.

ar3243d ago

@Why dis
Yeah why do you?

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