Methods

From: Henning Timcke (henning.timcke@werft22.com)
Date: Mon, Oct 12 1998


Message-ID: <01BDF61F.3B1E4320@marketing.aart.ch>
From: Henning Timcke <henning.timcke@werft22.com>
To: "WWW-TV (E-Mail)" <www-tv@w3.org>
Cc: "Philipp Hoschka (E-Mail)" <ph@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 20:31:02 +0200
Subject: Methods

Hi
I propose to take into consideration how TV is produced. What I currently have red seems very focused on the broadcasting process itself.
I believe the SMIL-model has a good potential for covering parts of the TV production process. So SMIL or any other future language should be able to change content in realtime, interactively, e.g. I-SMIL. 
Another thing to think about is to implement enough *hooks* to identify any distinguishable entity of the contents broadcasted. Live TV for example must be able to manage content live. Lot of TV Content comes from (or goes to) stored data.
I think the "live-proofness" will be the challenge.
Another thing is semantics layered in contents, e.g subtitles in text and audio.

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