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HTML5 now found on the majority of web videos

It looks like Apple’s vendetta against Adobe’s Flash is gaining traction traction. At the beginning of 2010, just 10% of all online video was available in HTML5 format. But mefeedia did a survey in October and they found that 54% of online video is now available in HTML5 format. The major driver for this conversion is not surprisingly mobile devices. It seems content providers are starting to cater the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The major hold outs tend to be long video clips such as those found on Hulu, Ustream, Metacase, MySpace etc. These holdouts seems to be focused on business, not technical reasons so they may change soon too. The survey can be found here

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