For a long time, finding proper support for a number of video codecs in Mac OS X was not the simplest exercise. Perian, an open-source video plug-in, filled that void when it launched in September of 2006, but now Christopher Forsyth (pictured above) and the rest of the team behind it is getting ready to move on to other projects. The Perian web site released a note today that a final version was coming soon, with support for the plug-in ending 90 days after release
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