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Re: SMIL21: SMIL Animation references

From: Thierry MICHEL <tmichel@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:40:57 +0100
Message-ID: <439D61C9.50307@w3.org>
To: Bjoern Hoehrmann <derhoermi@gmx.net>
CC: www-smil@w3.org


Same remarq here,
Bjoern's late proposition about animation functions in SMIL2.1 is 
inapropriate at this time.

I propose we will look into this fro SMIL NG.

Bjoern Hoehrmann a écrit :

>Dear Synchronized Multimedia Working Group,
>
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/PR-SMIL2-20050927/ has two references to the
>SMIL Animation Recommendation,
>
>  When an element's active duration ends, it may be frozen at the final
>  state, or it may no longer be presented (i.e., its effect is removed
>  from the presentation). Freezing an element extends it, using the
>  final state defined in the last instance of the simple duration. This
>  can be used to fill gaps in a presentation, or to extend an element as
>  context in the presentation (e.g. with additive animation - see
>  [SMIL-ANIMATION]).
>
>and
>
>  For most continuous media, this aligns to the internal media model,
>  and so no frames (or audio samples) are ever excluded. However for
>  sampled timeline media (like animation), the distinction is important,
>  and requires a specific semantic for elements that are frozen.
>
>    * If the active duration is an even multiple of the simple duration,
>      the media to show when frozen is the last frame (or last value)
>      defined for the simple duration. 
>
>  The effect of this semantic upon animation functions is detailed in
>  the [SMIL-ANIMATION] module.
>
>It seems in both cases SMIL 2.1 is a better reference and the references
>should be changed accordingly.
>  
>
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