Mobiclip, the France-based company responsible for the codec that allows Nintendo handhelds to run high-quality video with little power consumption, quietly became Nintendo's property last October. Now we'll never be without video on a Nintendo device again. [Gamasutra]
Nintendo Gets It's Very Own Video Codec Provider
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