Forums - Website Topics - <p>Does webm embedding work?</p>

TheWPCTraveler said:
JoeTheBro said:
TheWPCTraveler said:
WebM is something proprietary Google made, right?

Damn it, that won't work in IE.


No

"WebM is an open, royalty-free, media file format designed for the web."

Well then, all hail our new format overlord something something

I, for one, welcome our new format overlords.



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Damn it. I double posted. My apologies. I am not at all quite sober at the moment.



Time for vgchartz to say no to gifs and yes to webm =D

Also that's not that new, 4chan has been accepting webm since april i think.



RenCutypoison said:

Time for vgchartz to say no to gifs and yes to webm =D

Also that's not that new, 4chan has been accepting webm since april i think.


Yeah I don't think that makes them not new.

 

I mean VizionEck has supported webm for over a year yet I still consider webm new.



lol, new forum features.



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TheWPCTraveler said:

Well then, all hail our new format overlord something something

You need plugin to IE.

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/webmmf

MS will add late support in maybe IE 12.



BTW you can embed here too.

Didn't work.. I will think in a way.

 

 



the-pi-guy said:

Watch this!

http://a.pomf.se/vxrkks.webm

Is that 60 fps? Looks very smooth, or is that the lack of compression artifacts. Impressive. Much better to promote gameplay with than the usual YouTube garbage.



SvennoJ said:

Is that 60 fps? Looks very smooth, or is that the lack of compression artifacts. Impressive. Much better to promote gameplay with than the usual YouTube garbage.

The video is 60 fps.  



Mr Khan said:
lol, new forum features.

It wouldn't be a new feature. Webm itself is new, but the browser handles that.

 

It's a matter of whether video embedding itself works really. Since gametrailers and their weird video player embeds here, I was honestly expecting webm to work.

 

Seems like etho got close.