[rtcweb] Chair request on video codec discussion

Ted Hardie <ted.ietf@gmail.com> Mon, 28 October 2013 21:08 UTC

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While the proponents of H.264 and VP8 continue to discuss performance,
there appears to be general agreement that either codec could serve the
purpose set out our for our MTI:  to avoid negotiation failure that results
in the loss of basic functionality.  If there are technical issues which
would prevent  either from being used as the MTI that have not yet been
raised, please do so before the beginning of IETF88.


Ted, Cullen, Magnus