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CodingJack
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I thought Microsoft wasn’t playing ball on the open video thing?

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Pdesignx
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I thought Microsoft wasn’t playing ball on the open video thing?

there is always an idea that is worth to steal, right? :D

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Luisreyesdev
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I wonder how video from html5 will work on mobile devices?

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michaelhejja
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I don’t think it will replace Flash for video because Flash gives a great way to PRESENT the videos through interactive players and galleries. I can only see the default HTML5 player replacing Flash for things like videos on blogs, but if you need any type of user experience, you’ll want to go with Flash. Don’t forget that Flash also has Flash media server, HD, and tons of other features.

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CodingJack
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I thought Microsoft wasn’t playing ball on the open video thing?
there is always an idea that is worth to steal, right? :D

like Silverlight…

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CodingJack
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I don’t think it will replace Flash for video because Flash gives a great way to PRESENT the videos through interactive players and galleries. I can only see the default HTML5 player replacing Flash for things like videos on blogs, but if you need any type of user experience, you’ll want to go with Flash. Don’t forget that Flash also has Flash media server, HD, and tons of other features.

+1 HTML could never replace the interactivity that Flash offers.

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SparkyFlash
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I don’t think it will replace Flash for video because Flash gives a great way to PRESENT the videos through interactive players and galleries. I can only see the default HTML5 player replacing Flash for things like videos on blogs, but if you need any type of user experience, you’ll want to go with Flash. Don’t forget that Flash also has Flash media server, HD, and tons of other features.
+ 1 Clients usually want it all and not just a video embedded in a page.

However, if the technology oh html5 evolves and they add support to other browsers and systems, it might become another plugin option for blogs, forums etc.

So far, Flash is the biggest player on the field and lets hope Adobe continues making sure it stays so.

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