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HTML 5 video and audio or Flash

Posted on 2016-10-22
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I will be launching a website in about 3 years. I will need to use audio files and flash files extensively.

What is the preferred choice now? What will the preferred choice be in three years?
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Flash does not run on Apple products.  HTML5 is the recommended video format with MP4 being the most commonly supported format.
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