Ogg Theora

Ogg Theora

An open source lossy video compression method from the Xiph.Org Foundation (www.xiph.org). Based on On2's VP3 codec, Ogg Theora is one of the supported video standards in HTML5. See Ogg, Ogg Vorbis, On2 and HTML5.
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We chose to use Ogg Theora video compression as the algorithm is open source and supported by all the major web browsers.
Montgomery was the mastermind behind the Ogg Theora codec, which was the leading open source codec until it was supplanted by Google's VP8.
Wikipedia, which has been using the Ogg Theora player to upload the videos from 2007, has partnered with open-source video start-up Kaltura and the Google search engine to make the videos work.
Alternatives such as Ogg Theora and WebM have gained less traction than H.
com)-- iFunia, a professional developer of Mac multimedia processing tools, today announced the expansion of its video format library to include WebM and Ogg Theora.
Firefox and Opera support the open WebM and Ogg Theora codecs and will not support H.
com, the world's largest video encoding service provider, today announced the expansion of its video format library to include WebM and Ogg Theora.
Second, WebM quieted all those annoying Ogg Theora promoters who fervently (and incorrectly) believed that Ogg was the future of HTML5 video.
Firefox and Opera stuck to the open formats by offering support for only Ogg Theora video, while Google offered support for both Theora and H.
This codec pack includes an optional component that adds support for the HTML5 video tag, with support for WebM / VP8 and Ogg Theora video, as an ActiveX plug-in for Internet Explorer.
New enhancements available in Fedora 12 include next-generation Ogg Theora video, virtualization improvements and advancements to NetworkManager, among numerous others.
Output is limited to MP4, Ogg Theora, and WebM, apart from the following device presets: Android phones ( Droid / Milestone, Nexus One, G1, Magic / myTouch, Droid Eris, HTC Hero, Cliq, Behold), Apple devices (iPhone / iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, iPad) and the Sony PSP.