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Is there a free video-hosting website (like youtube, vimeo, etc.) that by default will serve video using the HTML5 video tag, and encode video using the OGG theora codec?

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Shan't be too hard to whip something quick up in Dropbox, no? –  digitxp Dec 10 '10 at 1:27
    
Given that Theora has more or less fallen by the wayside in favor of WebM, you'll probably want to elaborate on whether WebM is an acceptable alternative. –  ssokolow Aug 29 '11 at 4:11