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post #11 of 18
Haven't heard of WebM, but I bet it'll suck compared to H264's quality/size ratio, no lossy codec beats H264 at quality and size to this date. Wait for ITU-T VCEG to finish developing http://www.h265.net/ then there's your next best codec.
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Originally Posted by MiyaDV View Post
Haven't heard of WebM, but I bet it'll suck compared to H264's quality/size ratio, no lossy codec beats H264 at quality and size to this date. Wait for ITU-T VCEG to finish developing http://www.h265.net/ then there's your next best codec.
WebM is basically the rebranding of VP8.
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That's a horrible analogy. One is lossy, one is lossless. You are comparing totally different encoding standards, both have their places. For a lossy codec, MP3 is pretty good. Not the best, but up there, especially with a good encoder.

A better analogy would be VHS vs BetaMax
Ogg Vorbis is a better codec than MP3, yet MP3 enjoys more success.
    
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i hate un-necessary exclamation marks. ESPECIALLY in would-be intelligent dialogue.
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Mp3, good? even for lossy?

pretty much anything Mp3 can do OGG Vorbis can do better or even AAC.
You completely missed the point of his post.
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post #17 of 18
*Yawns* at "Browser adoption rates as it correlates to WebM's share of the Desktop browser market".
If you want to see "Real" adoption rates & "Real" market penetration, look all around you.

H.264 is supported virtually everywhere - whether it be via Online Video (via html5 or Adobe Flash), DVB/ATSC (Television Broadcasts), Blu-Ray, Phones, Cams etc etc etc.
WebM on the whole, is way, way behind and that's not going to change anytime soon.
Edited by Trigunflame - 1/17/11 at 10:35pm
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post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by DuDeInThEmOoN42 View Post
You completely missed the point of his post.
Yep, I know MP3 isn't the best lossy codec. I just said it can be pretty good when well encoded, which is true. Point was though that you can't compare lossless to lossy. They serve different purposes.
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