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Google™ Coming Up with WebM Plugins for Internet Explorer® and Safari®

Google has decided to make a change in its browser, that is, Chrome. The H.264 codec will replace it with the open WebMate code. That choice has raised many controversies and the company explained the reasons behind the adoption of WebMate in HTML 5. Mozilla Firefox and Opera intend to use open codecs like WebMate and Ogg Theora , without H.264 support, while Safari and Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) support it.

Google announced the availability of a plug-in for WebMate compatible browser, in this case Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari, which presumably will not support the new standard. In fact, Google explains, the plug-in WebMate is not exactly the same as Adobe Flash, but certainly not the standard specifications of HTML. The tag video of HTML5 attribute allows the browser to the choice of codecs available for rendering video content in a transparent manner to the same HTML5. Developers can continue to achieve their compliance with the standards as a possible add-on web-based WebMate will only add capacity to the browser in the context of what is permitted by the standard. The position taken by the Mountain View giant will certainly lead to reactions from the whole industry. Apple and Microsoft could change their mind and follow it.

Google Bans H.264 from Chrome Browser

Google the worlds largest internet based company has given a statement withdrawing support for the H.264/MPEG4-AVC codec in its upcoming browser and Operating System. Google stated that they are changing Chromes HTML5 video support, that they are now focusing their investments in technologies developed and licensed based on open web principles. They reiterated support for the WebM (VP8) and Theora video codecs and are considering adding support for other high quality open codecs if the possibility arises. They claim that even if H.264 plays a vital role in video their goal to promote open innovation will remain same. They have stated that though the changes will be seen in a few months time Google has made this announcement to allow web site owners to make necessary changes.

Google current version of web browser chrome supports playback of HTML5 videos encode using H.264/Mpeg4-AVC codec. It will line a time frame of 2 months withdraw support for the current industry standard H.264 and provide support for open-source based WebM and Theora as stated in its commitment to support open innovation. Though Google will continue support for the Adobe plug-in.

However Google’s intentions behind this step remain masked because switching to WebM is fraught with many obstructions. For starters MPEG LA has already stated that it wouldn’t charge royalties for free videos using the H.264 encoding which would mna that googles move will not change anything for the end users as they weren’t expected to pay anything anyway which would result in googles choice to not charge anything for a major chunk of the end users. The WebM format is currently an unknown entity for a majority of developers and the time frame announced by google is not enough for it to become a major player nor will it have spread much of an influence. Also the current industry standard H.264 is designed keeping in mind that it can be accelerated  by the current graphic processors hence acting as a power saving feature unlike WebM. WebM currently does not have much support among encoders so a major underhaul will have to happen to see WebM make its mark. Also MPEG LA has is showing its trump card with finesse it believes that WebM violates patents which can lead to it being shut down. Currently chrome is used by approximately 10% of internet users, so there are 90% percent of users who do not utilize it hence Google cannot virtually dictate its terms to the Web Industry. With such a low user base and a lower market share it cannot actually hope to influence the web world. Maybe in the future web support for WebM might increase but until then this tep of goole is fraught with mistakes. The major reason that commercial powerhouses do not favor open source is because of its ever-changing nature.

The Highly Anticipated Radeon HD 5750 1GB ATX HDMI Graphics Card

The HD 5750 ATX HDMI Graphics Card has come up with rapid and enhanced clocks along with greater transistor density from the earlier series. This product has the most developed GPUs along with unbelievable amalgamation of attributes, better and faster integrated memory, accuracy and performance goes hand in hand together with the capacity to seek benefit of future.


The specification of the product include the PCI Express HDMI Port offers 1 x HDMI Video Card Bus Version, chipset model name is Radeon HD Chipset, Model Number is 5750, name of the manufacturer ATI DVI, model name is GV-R575D5-1GD, Memory Width is supported to 128bit Video Card Bus Type, graphics card is ATX, VGA port: 1 x 15-pin D-Sub Form Factor, memory size is of 1024MB and Memory Clock gives around 4600MHz of speed.

Performance and Capability

The quality of high definition video it offers is quite remarkable. It is completely perfect, flat and great fidelity produced on video playback. This sort of technology allows the user to transform the system into an extremely invincible component where one can find digital home media centre through its convincing video channel organization. The product contains the new high definition video hardware acceleration kit which includes WMV9 and H.264.


The Catalyst Control Center sets off distantly from the old driver software. It contains quality features including 3D at a fast rate with managing application that puts the user in total authority of the ATI visual processing unit. The driver provides outstanding image quality and graphics performance which sets the decisive mood in terms of constancy, modernism as well as performance. The Catalyst Control Center also offers convention profiles, flexible hotkeys and secure GPU over clocking are few among the latest inculcated features.

High Definition Multimedia Interface is the latest check point used as a benchmark for the users electronics components which includes HDCP secluded digital audio as well as video into a lone, user-responsive connector. One can thoroughly enjoy immense graphics response, enhanced steadiness, and an intensified high definition gaming familiarity with the use of this product. The use of ATI Catalyst software is arrange for the easy and quick set up of video, several displays, graphics and mechanically configures the most favorable system backdrop for the best performance of realistic the visually spectacular Windows Aero user check point and DirectX 10 gaming console.


The authority of DirectX 11 has major contribution towards the overwhelming performance, astonishing special effects and additional lively interactivity which has been seen never before. The graphics driver makes it a point to offer application compatibility with the versions of the DirectX 11. The PCI Express 2.0 is the latest updated version of PCI Express cards and provides double usage than the older version. It also offer maximum throughputs with this product and the bandwidth jumps from 2.5 Gbit/sec to 5 Gbit/sec which is indeed unique in this respect.

These products are well competent of functioning at a higher temperature and are directed by the regulation of RoHS that may restrict application with objectionable substances.

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