Michael Dale just posted this to theora-dev. Go to one of the given URLs to install the Firefox plugin that lets you transcode video to Ogg using your Web browser.
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 7:08 AM, Michael Dale wrote:
> I mentioned it in the #theora channel a few days ago but here it is with
> a more permanent url:
> These will be simple links you can send people so that they can encode
> source footage to a local ogg video file with the latest and greatest
> ogg encoders (presently thusnelda and vorbis). Updates to thusnelda and
> possible other free codecs will be pushed out via firefogg updates 😉
> Pass along any feedback if things break or what not.
> I am also doing testing with “embed” these encoder interface. For those
> familiar with jQuery: an example to rewrite all your file inputs with
> firefogg enhanced inputs: $(“input:[type=’file’]”).firefogg() … Feel
> free to expeirment based on those examples. The form rewrite has mostly
> only been tested in the mediaWiki context:
> but with minor hacking should work elsewhere 🙂
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