This is an example file for an HTML5 Audio and Video tutorial:HTML5 audio and video
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In this section we first will display different audio formats. That way you can test your browser. We finally show how to define alternatives.
This example wouldn't work in a browser like IE9 that doesn't support Ogg
This example wouldn't work in a browser like Firefox that doesn't support mp3
This example wouldn't work in a browser like Firefox that doesn't support m4a
This example should work in most current modern web browsers, since it defines the three most popular alternatives. However, defining a container format may not be enough, since each container may include different codecs. I.e. there are '''many''' codecs, in particular of WAV/PCM