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EBU liaison statement & information request

From: De Jong, Frans <dejong@ebu.ch>
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 21:03:59 +0200
Message-ID: <9BB211A65FCBFD43B95F67BA2485759D01776E22@gnvasmail1a.gva.ebu.ch>
To: <public-tt@w3.org>
Cc: "Nick Wells" <nick.wells@rd.bbc.co.uk>, "GILMER, Brad\(Gilmer & Associates Inc.\)" <"102098"@stelink.ebu.ch>
Dear readers,

As requested at the currently ongoing W3C TT meeting in Amsterdam, please
find attached a resend of the original liaison statement the EBU P/AS Group
provided on 14th June 2004. 

As a spin of of the P/AS work and in collaboration with the AAF Forum and
BBC R&D, in early August 2004 an ad-hoc group of people interested in AAF
and MXF (broadcast file formats) met in Kingswood to discuss how to progress
the support for subtitling in these formats.

At the Kingswood meeting it was decided that the W3C TT work is worth a more
detailed study to see if it could provide the basis for subtitling support
Also more information on the delivery dates for the TT work was felt to be

May I therefore kindly ask you to inform us on the the status and planning
of your work. The ad-hoc group plans to have a telephone conference in
October and, if possible, would very much like to discuss a draft of the TT
specification by then.

Best regards,

+41 22 717 2722


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