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Re: [remote-playback] Should rendering behavior of the remote-d media element be specified?

From: Google <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 20:11:30 +0000
To: public-secondscreen@w3.org
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> That way if the page doesn't do anything to resize the remotely played element, it won't break because the UA suddenly changed the size of the video to say full HD.

I guess while remoting the tradeoff is between:
* Freezing and `videoWidth` and `videoHeight` and breaking some content (and the spec) when the intrinsic dimensions of the video don't match
* Not freezing them and breaking some content when these are changed by the UA by remote playback

I feel like the latter is less risky: if the media is offered in multiple resolutions, then the page should expect video dimensions to change and the layout should have constraints set to accommodate.  But, I don't have concrete evidence to support that claim.

> We should advise the UAs to suspend the local playback except for the parts that are needed for remote playback implementation to work

If we do that, then the third bullet you propose is off the table?  Or is it possible, but you'd advise against it?









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