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Re: SVG in SMIL for distance learning

From: Agus Ragana <milis_agus@lycos.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 11:28:58 +0100
To: www-svg@w3.org
Message-ID: <EPOJHNHNGLJBDAAA@mailcity.com>
halo chris,

I meant, how can the user view the file without having to install the RealOne Player

Agus
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On Thu, 15 Nov 2001 11:09:40  
 Chris Lilley wrote:
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>
>Agus Ragana wrote:
>> 
>> Hallo everybody,
>> 
>>    I'm working on a project for establishing a distance learning using SVG and SMIL. Last time, I asked about how SVG can be embedded inside SMIL and got the answer that I've to use RealOne.
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>That is one option. XSmiles is another.
> 
>>    This time, my question is: can we just process the SMIL at the server side so that the clients don't have to install the RealOnePlayer? 
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>No ;-) (Erm.... ok put it like this:)
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>What would you produce as output from this processing?
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>> Because this distance learning is purposed for the people, who don't understand the > computer and sofware very well.
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>That is not a problem. The software has to understand it, the end users
>do not. 
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>-- 
>Chris
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