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789 bytes added, 17:05, 20 September 2015
APNG vs. WebM
::A video is a moving visual image so animated image files are indistinguishable from video files as far as most people are concerned. They're both a bunch of frames being moved sequentially at a certain rate. And how is MediaWiki poor at handling this? Wikipedia and TCRF seem to manage it just fine. [[User:SatoMew2|SatoMew2]] ([[User talk:SatoMew2|talk]]) 16:10, 20 September 2015 (UTC)
:::You have to click on the video, have it open up in a separate box, to watch a Pokémon hop around.
:::In what world is this a solution and not overkill? --[[User:Abcboy|Abcboy]] ([[User talk:Abcboy|talk]]) 16:56, 20 September 2015 (UTC)
::::Or you can just use GIFs for goddamn sprites. What's the point of using a format that barely anyone supports? If you think people are going to change browsers just so they can play animated images on a single site, then you're delusional.
::::TCRF's articles have inline audio and Wikipedia's articles have inline video and audio so your claim that you ''need'' to present it as a pop-up UI is incorrect. Plus HTML5 video allows you to preload, autoplay, and loop videos automatically. Audio streams are not required either; after all, they're not even allowed on sites like 4chan hence tools like [ this one] to remove them from the files whenever necessary. [[User:SatoMew2|SatoMew2]] ([[User talk:SatoMew2|talk]]) 17:04, 20 September 2015 (UTC)