[theora] comment and two questions

Twisted Lincoln, Inc. forum at twistedlincoln.com
Sun Oct 3 11:27:13 PDT 2010

I can't speak to the original poster's jurisdiction, but given that VLC 
in its current form cannot be legally distributed in the United States 
due to software patents, Cortado is a far superior way to solve the 
problem in the long run.

Tony Lovasco
Twisted Lincoln, Inc.

On 10/02/2010 03:04 PM, ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com wrote:
>> from my research, i cannot find another player that handles ogg when played
>> right on a webpage.
> If your problem is people using IE, then you could try VLC, it's got a version
> which runs on IE, embedded. This should support Speex just fine, though it's
> a heavyweight solution.
> Cortado could support Speex if a decoder was written in Java as a Cortado
> plugin. But this does not exist at the moment AFAIK.
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