Reported by keic...@gmail.com, Sep 1 2010
Chrome Version : Chromium 7.0.512.0 (Developer Build 58076) WebKit 534.7 V8 2.3.11 User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/7.0.512.0 Safari/534.7 Command Line "C:\Users\keichee\Desktop\chrome-win32\chrome.exe" --enable-logging --log-level=0 URLs (if applicable) : Other browsers tested: Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue: Safari 4: Firefox 3.x: IE 7: IE 8: What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. need mpeg-4 support 2. 3. What is the expected result? What happens instead? Please provide any additional information below. Attach a screenshot if possible. please see attached file
Sep 1 2010,
Issue 54019 has been merged into this issue.
Sep 2 2010,
Sep 28 2010,
Neat website http://beta.html5test.com/ You'd get more formats in the full Chrome, and ChromeOS does infact have MPeg4. Short term, theres no plan to add mpeg4, but PCM will be added, so I'll be sure to test against this site.
Oct 4 2010,
Oct 4 2010,
I tested ChromeOS with http://beta.html5test.com/ and it does not show MPeg4, because canPlayType() doesnt register the type. Thats intentional, as the media player is the supported way to play the ChromeOS extended types. PCM is now supported on all platforms, raising the bonus score by 1.
Oct 7 2010,
mass bug punt
Oct 21 2010,
we don't support MPEG-4
Dec 18 2010,
Issue 67452 has been merged into this issue.
Jan 3 2012,
http://beta.html5test.com/ now shows mpeg-4 support for chrome. is it true or a bug in the site?
Jan 11 2012,
With Chrome 16.0.912.75 and 18.0.1003.1 canary, http://beta.html5test.com/ shows mpeg-4 support is no.
Oct 13 2012,
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Mar 10 2013,
Mar 13 2013,
Apr 6 2013,
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