With Google recently tweaking the license to its freshly-announced WebM video codec, the folks over at Mozilla are looking to bring the WebM video codec into the next build of its browser, Firefox 4. Google has already added support for the WebM codec into a beta version of Chrome, and Microsoft will also be supporting WebM in its upcoming Internet Explorer 9 browser, ensuring that WebM does have a significant amount of support in the web browser scene. Firefox users should also be quite happy to hear that Firefox 4 with WebM support should be arriving later in June.
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