- Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language
“Time based multimedia such as SMIL work in the same area.”
“Just as SMIL has to rely on the underlying media framework to get this right, an introduction of something like a element would need to rely on the media framework to do this, too.”
“I think SMIL did a great job in specifying synchronisation issues between all kinds of different input media for a multimedia presentation that can take on all sorts of compositions.”
“In this respect, time-linear media resources are also different from the kind of interactive mult-media experiences that an Adobe Shockwave Flash, Silverlight, or a SMIL file can create.”
“Dick Bulterman, Researcher at CWI in Amsterdam, co-chair of SYMM (group at W3C doing SMIL): reported on 14 years of experience with multimedia presentations and SMIL (slides) and the need to make temporal and spatial synchronisation explicit to be able to do the complex things.”
“If your application has a need for multiple timelines, it may be necessary to use SMIL, Silverlight, or Adobe Flash to create it.”
“ROE is using many SMIL features, just like ISM, but has also introduced further attributes and elements.”
“The limitations of this approach are not yet clear at this stage – how far will such a constructed multi-media experience be able to take us and where does it become more complicated than an Adobe Flash, Silverlight, or SMIL experience.”
“Apart from that, subparts of SMIL have already been used further up.”
“Maybe there needs to be a grouping level for alternative tracks and additional tracks – similar to what I did with the second itext proposal, or similar to the and elements of SMIL.”
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