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johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮] 24 nov 2012, ore 10:19
Feature Request: Use Big Picture mode’s webm videos for in‐client video
Noticed while I was testing it that the intro was webm, and then through wireshark that the trailers are also encoded in webm… which means you can easily display them in the steam client, and in chrome/opera/firefox.

For example, hitman (please note the video normally has an age-gate, rated NSFW)
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Flaming Sapz 24 nov 2012, ore 10:23 
+1, Flash is on it's way out, might as well migrate early.
johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮] 24 nov 2012, ore 10:29 
+1 for Open formats
Vash 26 nov 2012, ore 2:11 
This is a fairly major problem for Linux users as Adobe has dropped all future flash support for Linux. From here on, it will only be on Linux through Google's own plugin embed in Chrome. This can be used by other chromium-based browsers, but I'm not sure how legal that would be to distribute without requiring a Chrome install with every Steam one.
Mike Longbow 6 dic 2012, ore 21:33 
I too, agree. You shouldn't rely on flash for stuff like this. It has never been correctly supported on linux, and it seems it will never will.
johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮] 7 dic 2012, ore 3:19 
Messaggio originale di RussianNeuroMancer:
Yup, saw the reply on a newer thread.
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Data di pubblicazione: 24 nov 2012, ore 10:19
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