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Re: PROPOSAL: Checkpoint 4.4 Slow Multimedia

From: Marisa DeMeglio <marisa@dinf.ne.jp>
Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2002 20:18:25 -0400
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There is a plugin from eNounce (http://www.enounce.com/) that allows time 
scale modification in windows media player and real player.
I haven't tried it yet, but their website implies support for streaming.


At 10:29 PM 6/5/2002 +0100, you wrote:

>"Jon Gunderson" <jongund@uiuc.edu>
> > At 04:44 PM 6/5/2002 -0400, Marisa DeMeglio wrote:
> > >Control over playback speed gets some attention from Daisybook
> > >players.  I'll ask around and try to get a list of exactly who is doing
>it now.
> > >As of this fall, we hope to have it integrated with the AMIS project
> > >Daisy player from JSRPD).
> > >Control over speed of streaming media could be an issue that we will
> > >into, depending on how the media player components (ex, windows media
> > >player, Java media framework) behave.
>Windows Media Player as an application doesn't support slowing of
>streaming media.  However DirectAnimation which can also playback windows
>media content can play it back slower * so hopefully for WMP at least it's
>not too much of a technical issue.  DA is no longer "supported" by MS
>though - You could currently build an interface to a WMP player that could
>control speed - I've done one with audio.
>(Apologies for the meeting, I am always unavailable then.)
>* There may be a live problem actually, I _think_ I've seen it done with
>live rather than just archive but I'm not completely positive.

Marisa DeMeglio
IT Development
Information Center/JSRPD
Received on Wednesday, 5 June 2002 20:19:36 UTC

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