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While the HTML5 video element is widely supported among the latest major browser vendors, the video asset itself needs to be transcoded into a few different formats to ensure cross browser functionality. The following section allows you to check the most updated browser support: <br>
 
While the HTML5 video element is widely supported among the latest major browser vendors, the video asset itself needs to be transcoded into a few different formats to ensure cross browser functionality. The following section allows you to check the most updated browser support: <br>
  
'''Desktop:''' <br>
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::'''Desktop:''' <br>
FireFox: Theora/OGG, VP8/WebM (possible future plans for H.264/MP4) <br>
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::FireFox: Theora/OGG, VP8/WebM (possible future plans for H.264/MP4) <br>
Internet Explorer: <br>
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::Internet Explorer: <br>
IE8 - No HTML5 Video support use Flash <br>
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::IE8 - No HTML5 Video support use Flash <br>
IE9+ - H.264/MP4 <br>
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::IE9+ - H.264/MP4 <br>
Safari: H.264/MP4 <br>
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::Safari: H.264/MP4 <br>
Opera: VP8/WebM, Theora/OGG <br>
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::Opera: VP8/WebM, Theora/OGG <br>
Chrome: H.264/MP4, VP8/WebM and Theora/OGG (possibly dropping support for H.264/MP4 in future releases)<br>
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::Chrome: H.264/MP4, VP8/WebM and Theora/OGG (possibly dropping support for H.264/MP4 in future releases)<br>
  
'''Mobile:''' <br>
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::'''Mobile:''' <br>
iOS - H.264/MP4 <br>
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::iOS - H.264/MP4 <br>
Android*: H.264/MP4 and VP8/WebM (2.3+) <br>
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::Android*: H.264/MP4 and VP8/WebM (2.3+) <br>
Blackberry - H.264/MP4 <br>
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::Blackberry - H.264/MP4 <br>
Windows Phone - H.264/MP4 <br>
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::Windows Phone - H.264/MP4 <br>
  
 
'''Notes:''' Android's HTML5 video support is highly fragmented between OS versions and devices.
 
'''Notes:''' Android's HTML5 video support is highly fragmented between OS versions and devices.

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