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I am interested in learning about the HTML 5 specification as well as different video codecs for use in various browsers (mobile and desktop). So In an effort to learn about as much as I can, I'm starting this post. Please feel free to give any resources you found helpful in this regard.


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Here's a good one I've been reading. Very in-depth coverage of video and audio codecs/ file formats, and how they relate to the web.

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