http://revision3.com/), Wired Video does VP8 video (http://video.wired.com/), Viddler does VP8 video (other sites use Viddler for their video), Tech Crunch does VP8 video (http://techcrunch.com/video/), AOL On does VP8 video (http://on.aol.com/), Wikipedia does VP8 video, etc, etc.
As for hardware, Nvidia has hardware support for VP8 in Tegra 4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L3r23zLOsk), Intel has hardware support for VP8 in Bay Trail, Marvell has SoCs with VP8 support, etc. WebRTC support is a big driver for the hardware side these days.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...outube-center/) and all videos will play without Flash. The only problem you'll have is that following the links to videos at the end of a video or on the video's page will sometimes fail to load the HTML5 version correctly. In those cases just reload the page and it will then work.
I do not monetize my videos, and I do not want to watch monetized videos posted by others.
Monetized video (by poster) implies that the author is after money and that's the only reason the video was posted. Monetized on Youtube over 3ed party content is an affront to the original poster, the threat of this was one reason I abandoned an old Youtube account. The other was that the degree of scanning they use to resist the formation of backup accounts (against "strikes) implies browser fingerprinting, which I consider a malicious attack and a threat to all viewers.
One of my friends had to preroll his videos with a notice that any advertising added by Youtube was over his objection. Youtube does NOT offer an option to veto 3ed-party monetization and delete the video of their scanners detect 3ed party music. Only Youtube does this, uner the DCMA they could take no action w/o a DCMA takedown notice, but Google is so big they feared Congre$$ would change the law.
Also, complaining about add-supported content on phoronix can be considered hypocrisy too.
Also, if I am trying to find a noncommercial activist video of an event I missed for redistribution, commercial/monetized/copyrighted videos become SPAM that slow downs my search for freely redistributable content-and no video streaming site I know of offers a filter to exclude them. Broken playback under HTML5 could be used as an improvised filter by turning Flash off, the subject of my original post here. Hell, just not having to bypass Youtube's efforts to block downloading monetized content can save half an hour or more.
Again, Phoronix content is not in outright contradiction to the content of most ads with the exception of any ads for Windows, iOS, etc that might get sent by an adserver. No activist videographer can say the same. In other words, if I run ads on my political videos, that is hypocrisy, if I made a porn video and sold ads on it that would not be, because the porn would not be carrying a message in opposition to that of the advertisers and my politics have never opposed the self-employed portion of the sex industry. Since it is ads on activist video or 3ed party video of activist events I am discussing, NOT Phoronix's own ads, it is not hypocritical to discuss them here, any more than it would be for Phoronix to give a bad review to an Nvidia product with an AMD ad running on the same page.
As for "people and corporations," I am VERY opposed to the land being owned by the few, to foreclosures and evictions, to drug patents that kill people. to fracking and tar sands that poison land and water hundreds of miles from the extraction sites, to sacrificing liveable climate an the altar of progress, the works! I am quite opposed to runaway capitalism. If you are for it, you should support software patents, ressurecting SOPA, and all those IP-enforcing trade deals and the WTO.