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Can I enable H.264 video in Chrome on the Mac?

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Site for learning about video codecs on the web [closed]

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 ...
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Safari 4.0.5 will not play any HTML5 (H.264) video

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