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RE: First attempt using SMIL

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From: Andrew Kirkpatrick
Date: Jul 24, 2006 10:00AM


You can do it either way with Flash. You can add captions by adding
text directly to the stage or parse a separate XML file. Hi-Caption
makes this fairly easy, but you can script a solution yourself if you
know how.

AWK

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> Patrick H. Lauke
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> John Foliot wrote:
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> > One final note: as I recall, with the exception of Realmedia's
> > method, which maintains separate media and text files on
> the server,
> > the other 2 outputs (QT and Flash) "mush" the text and
> media together
> > for a final output that is captioned.
>
> Nope, with QT you can keep the text (in the rather "interesting" QText
> format) separate, and have your SMIL reference the movie file
> and the text. See for instance
> http://www.splintered.co.uk/experiments/66/
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