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[Bug 14104] Video: Streaming text support in track element

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--- Comment #7 from Philip Jägenstedt <philipj@opera.com> 2011-09-19 08:07:53 UTC ---
AFAICT, initialTime is for an initial offset that is actually on the timeline,
e.g. given by a media fragment URI, not for a position that is before the
stream begun. There is also startOffsetTime, but for that to be usable the
captions themselves would also need to have a start date.

In any case, do you mean that the browser will natively sync the captions of
live streams to make up for the timeline difference, or that scripts will be
able to do so?

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