Firefox mobile may include H.264 support as Mozilla rethinks opposition

By Rick
Mar 21, 2012
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  1. In an effort to maintain an unencumbered experience for users, the Mozilla Foundation is reconsidering its stance against supporting H.264 video. If the organization decides to relax its policy for…

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  2. Mozilla needs to fix the zoom function in the browser. The images become unclear in comparison to other browsers. Fix this, and I am back in the Mozilla game.
  3. NTAPRO

    NTAPRO TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 784   +85

    Well it is open source. You could probably fix that yourself :p
  4. Maxthon for life!
  5. People still use Maxthon? Why? If you like IE just use IE. Or has it evolved to something more?
  6. Maxthon uses webkit, but automatically uses trident when the site is optimized for it.

    It is the best browser right now. Just skin it with something minimal and it's good to go.
  7. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,267   +217

    It is different than IE now. Moved to webkit (and trident) based.
  8. Most importantly, Maxthon has the best zoom of all the browsers I have tried. It is also the fastest and most stable.
  9. Correction to article:
    Google has not dropped support for H.264, they promised to, but never followed through. This was even mentioned in Mozilla's original announcement:
    http://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/03/video-mobile-and-the-open-web/


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