Re: IMSC Hypothetical Render Model

Hi, Lionel:

The specification you reviewed hould have a section near the very top of
the document, as should most any W3C publication, called Status of this
Document. That section should provide guidance on where and how to send
comments and questions.

You could say you're inquiring on behalf of APA.



Lionel Wolberger writes:
> Hi all,
> I reviewed "IMSC Hypothetical Render Model" working draft at
> I have this question for the authors--please review and if we agree, I will
> comment
> -- I need some guidance as to where to post my comment--
> - Lionel
> It is clear to APA that this specification relates to subtitles rendering.
> Captions and other such synchronized streaming text is critical to many
> accessible user experiences, and indeed WCAG is references explicitly in
> the referenced specifications TTML and TTML Profiles.
> Our question is: if the IMSC Hypothetical render model decides that
> complexity exceeds the capability of the system to render, and returns an
> error message, does this impact the accessibility of the system? Or are
> such error states already handled in the parent specifications, and this
> document is only a low level API without any impact on the experience of
> accessibility?
> Lionel Wolberger
> COO, UserWay Inc.
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Janina Sajka

Linux Foundation Fellow
Executive Chair, Accessibility Workgroup:

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Co-Chair, Accessible Platform Architectures

Received on Friday, 10 December 2021 19:35:31 UTC