Le lundi 04 mars 2013 à 16:11 -0500, Gerald
Pfeifer a écrit :
On Thu, 28 Feb 2013, Bryen M Yunashko wrote:
> Anyway, Red Hat's RHEL6 does WebM just
fine, and it is super-important
> for all Open-Source software to standardize on something, and WebM
> video (VP8) is the best we have for now.
Why is there a comparison of an enterprise product and community
product? Isn't that like comparing apples to oranges?
The fact that RHEL 6 apparently supports WebM means it is legally
safe and royalty free to do so, and with free software, so why
shouldn't openSUSE provide the same functionality?
Why are people arguing about something which is ALREADY supported in
12.3 (and even before 12.3) ?
WebM is supported and works fine on 12.3. If not, it is a bug, which
should be reported, that's it.
The subject is "12.3 doesn't support it" - which is wrong and
the same time. gstreamer can do it, xine does not - and KDE uses xine.