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Re: Has anybody ever got http SMIL working?

From: John Taylor-Johnston <eslcafe@USherbrooke.ca>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 11:18:26 -0500
Message-ID: <4239ADD2.593B3E96@USherbrooke.ca>
To: www smil <www-smil@w3.org>
CC: james heywood <james.heywood@gmail.com>

Hi,
I would say it is more suited to the Real Player. That is to say, the RP seems to follow W3C protocol, more so than QT. I have written a "newbie" tutorial paper here: http://compcanlit.usherbrooke.ca/eslcafe/quicktime/
which might give you more information, and a comparison.
John

james heywood wrote:

> I'm trying to get a SMIL slideshow running in a web page in Quicktime
> (using http protocol). I'm having real problems, and am beginning to
> wonder whether this is practically possible. Has anybody ever got this
> sort of thing working in Quicktime? Or is SMIL only suited to
> Real-time streaming?
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