Re: [MEDIA_PIPELINE_TF] ISSUE-37: ViewPort-Support

Hi Clarke, Duncan, Cyril, Silvia, Alex, Scott and all,

We're very sorry for your inconvenience, but as Clarke mentioned
below, the messages on this topic were not properly archived in the
Issue Tracker system, because they were previously listed as "ISSUE-34".

So I've just resent all the related messages to the public list, and
now all of them are archived at:

Could you please use "ISSUE-37" as the ID for this topic from now on?
You can do that by either of these options:

option1. simply responding to the re-sent version of the messages

option2. changing the subject line and specifying "ISSUE-37" as the ID
          before sending

Some of the links on the above Tracker site are not yet available,
because the database is not updated in real time.



On 08/12/2011 02:16 AM, Clarke Stevens wrote:
> Note: I am responding to this message to change the issue number. It was
> previously listed as issue-34 (which is adaptive bit rate video). The
> issue number for ViewPort support is issue-37. The corrected issue number
> should help it be properly tracked.
> Thanks,
> -Clarke
> On 8/11/11 4:49 AM, "Silvia Pfeiffer"<>  wrote:
>> On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 6:59 PM, Cyril Concolato
>> <>  wrote:
>>> Hi Scott,
>>> Le 10/08/2011 14:15, Scott Wilson a écrit :
>>>> Well, right now you could use a<track>   pointing to an SVG file if you
>>>> wanted to. I don't think thats a significant restriction.
>>>> The real question is - will browsers implement support for SVG
>>>> documents
>>>> linked in<track>   elements,  or just WebVTT/Subrip formatted
>>>> synchronized
>>>> text files?
>>> That's a good question. Given that they all implement SVG, including
>>> animations, I don't think it would be too hard to implement for them.
>>> But
>>> it's a guess.
>> If you want to put SVG into WebVTT cues and pick them up over the
>> timeline of the video through JavaScript, then throw the SVG at the
>> browser for decoding, that would work. You can do that now with
>> @kind=metadata on<track>  and using getCueAsSource() to extract the
>> SVG.
>> Cheers,
>> Silvia.

Kaz Ashimura, W3C Staff Contact for Web&TV, MMI and Voice
Tel: +81 466 49 1170

Received on Friday, 12 August 2011 21:42:49 UTC