This covers platform testing for the updated 25473 patch set
firefox instant flash based h.264 playback of HD h.264 phone captured content right after upload. It will switch to the webm flavors once transcoded and ready. It supports browser fullscreen, subtitle overlay for both flash and native playback.
Chrome 23, both h.264 and webm codecs supported, native fullscreen etc.
Safari 5.1 supports playback via native h.264 source
IE8 flash playback, with buffer, f11 fullscreen, and subtitle overlay
internet explorer 9; native support with webm components installed ( playing webm video ) also works with h.264 native.
Internet Explorer 10; native supports captions overlay and by default the browser is fullscreen
Opera standard html5 support.
Apple iPhone iOS 6 ( native fullscreen restrictions )
Apple iPhone iOS 6 simulator, credits page displayed at end of playback ( despite native player restriction )
HTC evo 3d android 4.0 stock web browser; inline player with subtitles, prefers h.264 over webm, because of resource constraints
nexus 7 support caption overlays and webm video
Apple iPad 1, iOS 5, caption overlay, pseudo fullscreen ( can invoke native fullscreen via direct links in options menu ). 720p flavor uses base profile and is iPad compatible.
Amazon kindle 2, support native fullscreen playback ( no subtitles )
iPad 3 / iOS6 simulator, showing only the h.264 flavor selection