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Remember how I said HTML5 video and audio are still in kind of a beta period and you might run into some bumps along the way. Well, in the following videos I am going to tell you about some issues we know about when using HTML5 video and audio on various devices and browsers and I will give you some potential workarounds. With time all these bugs should go away, but it depends on how quickly vendors can fix a bug and update the software of their entire user base. So it could be very quick or very slow depending on the platform. As bugs become irrelevant, we may remove them from the section and we may also have new bugs to add as time goes on.
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