The only sensible thing is to give the video more exposure.. Anyone got a link?
Harmonizing standards is about long term gains, and I fully support it, even if it means temporary inconvenience.
No youtube links or NWO/FEMA ramblings? My conspiritard isn't ripe!
99% of people would just click "OK", and have their metadata, including GPS coordinates, uploaded.
While you could say it's their own damn fault, it would still be a huge privacy problem.
I'm not sure how serious you are, but for 99% of the population there is nothing clear about that statement.
Base 2 or base 10 megasignatures?
I got rid of my ipad, and got a nexus 7. The size is just right for books for me.
Sounds almost as DOA as a 7" tablet to me....
You can use the word "steal" all you want.
But as long as the artists still have their works, you're using the wrong word.
And when people are using it wrong on purpose, it makes me care just a little bit less every time.
I'm a bit confused as to how these non google security apps are supposed to police your phone when they aren't running with escalated privileges...
A standard bluray is 120 x 1.2mm, right?
I think someone got their bits and bytes mixed up...
unencumbered means it can be implemented without paying royalties. That's kind of a big deal in many projects. h.264 does have a royalty free (read market maximization) period for some uses/volumes right now, but they aren't permanent.
As for quality, it's fully up to par with mpeg4 afaik.
To take a project that
I don't mind h.264 being used, but I'd love to see WebM also, being free and all.
I'm gonna take a wild stab and guess that it sounded like a decent joke in your own head?
They are simply stopping a leecher, they don't care about people doing it for themselves.