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Submission + - Theora More of a Patent Threat than H.264? No. (osnews.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Thom Holwerda from OS News has penned a rebuttal to Daring Fireball's John Gruber's claims that Theora is a greater patent risk than H.264. Holwerda writes, 'And so the H264/Theora debate concerning HTML5 video continues. The most recent entry into the discussion comes from John Gruber, who argues that Theora is more in danger of patent litigation than H264. He's wrong, and here's why.'
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Theora More of a Patent Threat than H.264? No.

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