Spread Open Media/en/Why Open Media Matters
< Spread Open Media
Revision as of 17:53, 5 September 2007 by Shii (cute, but doesn't belong on serious blog)
- It has equal or better quality compared with formats that stuff DRM up your nose and get you sued in court.
- You can share media files across P2P and different operating systems, and it will work on those computers because the specification of the formats are open.
- No matter your needs, be it music, speech, video, playlists, or slideshows: open media will cover them.
- If you help spread the word, then you will see more support and compatibility in portable players, which will benefit everyone.
- You can buy music or videos online, and they won’t be crippled with DRM.
- You can make your own radio or TV station without paying for expensive MPEG licenses, and you won’t get thrown into pantent hell where anyone may sue you.
- You can save your bandwidth in case you author podcasts or stream content, and those will have better quality than when using proprietary formats.
- The more people that use open media, the better formats you can expect in the future, so if you use open media you are making the world a little bit of a better place.
- It’s one of those little things that make you feel happier.