VP9 and Opus, Background Position Offset and Ruby Positioning

VP9 and Opus land in Chrome

“Chromium updated the libvpx library to include support for an early version of the VP9 decoder, the successor of the VP8 codec that’s currently used by WebM. Furthermore, though still behind a flag (also available in about:flags), WebM files containing audio streams using the Opus codec are now supported as well.”

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