Nicholas from the nonprofit, open video player Miro sez, "The new open-video WebM format is a real chance to move us all out of the proprietary video format mess of the current web and device world.
Miro Video Converter (free and open-source, of course) is the first video converter for the WebM and definitely the easiest way to make WebM videos.
We want to do everything we can to make WebM easy to create and use so that it can blossom on a million websites!"
(Disclosure: I am proud to volunteer on the board of the Participatory Culture Foundation, the nonprofit 501(c)3 that oversees Miro and its projects
- Major update to Miro, the free/open Internet TV client
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- Miro, the free video player, goes 3.0
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