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SMIL and Javascript

From: Ryan Henderson <rhendo@wasp.net.au>
Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 08:40:38 +0800
To: <www-smil@w3.org>
Message-ID: <BAB2F586.2853%rhendo@wasp.net.au>

Hi all,

Not so sure this is the correct list to post to but anyway here goes.

I have been developing a product that synchonises media with a Quick Time
movie (currently it uses QT chapter tracks and Href tracks). The media can
include Text, Images, other Movies, and Web Sites. Now pretty much all of
the media here can be displayed using SMIL. However to integrate SMIL into
our existing product easier we would like to use pre developed java script
calls.

So in a nutshell my question is: At predetermined times within a SMIL
presentation can java script calls be made? For example we have a call to
display a web site in a new window, this may be made at say 2minutes and 31
seconds in to the movie...

Regards
Ryan Henderson
UWA - Arts - Multimedia Centre
Computer Programmer

http://ilectures.uwa.edu.au 
Received on Thursday, 3 April 2003 19:43:45 GMT

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