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From: John Taylor-Johnston <eslcafe@USherbrooke.ca>
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 13:33:00 -0500
Message-ID: <4222125C.B5222A7C@USherbrooke.ca>
To: www-smil@w3.org
CC: eslcafe@USherbrooke.ca


See: "Using QTSRC"

developer.apple.com (sic) says to add QTSRC="smil1.smil" and a dummy .mov to an <embed> to get smil to work on a web page.

I wanted to find code with an <object>. I've found a very good page that discusses how to <object> QuickTime into a Web page:

By adding <param name="qtsrc" value="project1.smil"> I can now make a *.smil work on a HTML page. See my code below.

I have three questions:

1) Does everyone else use code like I have below to get smil to work on a web page (IE, NS & Firefox)?
2) Is there a "better" method?
3) Where can I find a page specifically at developer.apple.com that discusses <object>ing smil on a web page (not just <embed>?

I need to quote something "authoritative" in an article/handout I am writing for a presentation. I'm a teacher :)
I would have thought <embed srd=... qtsrc="project1.smil"></embed> would be banned by now. It is not xml compliant.


<object classid="clsid:02bf25d5-8c17-4b23-bc80-d3488abddc6b" width="320" height="311"
<param name="src" value="project1.smil">
<param name="autoplay" value="false">
<param name="controller" value="true">
<embed src="UNeedQT41.mov" width="320" height="311" qtsrc="project1.smil"
autostart="false" controller="true"
<param name="qtsrc" value="project1.smil">

John Taylor-Johnston
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