With experimental H.264/AAC/MP3 support.
Now here is a nice update for you. It looks like just recently, Mozilla was debating whether or not to continue supporting the H.264 codec. Now, the open source organization has pushed a new batch of Firefox nightly builds that will make at least some of its users happy. Why? Well, it has enabled a support for playing H.264/AAC in MP4 and MP3 audio files in HTML5 video and audio tags by default on Windows machines.
On a side note, Mozilla has also said that we will only see H.264/AAC/MP3 support on Windows in Firefox 22, which is set for June 25 release, rather than Firefox 21.
Firefox 21 Alpha
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