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[Bug 10202] use of "codecs" parameter

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--- Comment #13 from Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>  2010-08-19 18:21:47 ---
(In reply to comment #12)
> Ah, I didn't realise that codecs="" had names whose meaning was scoped to the
> given MIME type, that changes matters significantly. I'll have to look at the
> spec more carefully to make sure I haven't made a mistake because of that
> assumption.
> 
> Presumably though, the original report -- that codecs="" is applied to
> video/mp4 -- is not actually a problem then, since video/mp4 is one of the
> types that has well-defined codecs="" values? Right? Does that mean that
> video/mp4 should be updated to accept codecs="", or is Julian wrong and it
> already does?

David already clarified that it's fine for video/mp4.

The issue remains for application/octet-stream, and yet unregistered types in
the examples.

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