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Towards Video on the Web with HTML 5

  title={Towards Video on the Web with HTML 5},
  author={François Daoust and Philipp Hoschka and Charalampos Z. Patrikakis and Rui Santos Cruz and M{\'a}rio Serafim Nunes and David Salama Osborne},
Motivated by the revolution in the media industry brought by recent developments in video access and sharing, this paper investigates the future of internet video. We present new web standards such as HTML5, promising unified, simple and platform independent access to video files and streams, as well as novel techniques for adaptive video coding. We also analyze how these techniques can be used both over traditional client server and novel P2P based media distribution models. This analysis is… 

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