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[Bug 10975] from gmail, JimJJewett said: Audio and Video should show the fallback content (for older browsers) if they do not understand the codec -- even if they understand video (or audio) itself

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--- Comment #5 from Jim Jewett <jimjjewett@gmail.com> 2010-10-12 20:08:35 UTC ---
The fallback would depend on the particular video (or audio) and context.

As to why not just provide a fallback in the standard codec ...

Why not just require valid XML?  Because it won't happen in practice, and it
won't always be an accident when it doesn't happen.

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