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From: Sandra Sutton Andrews
Date: Jun 5, 2003 11:58AM


We are considering implementing iVocalize as part of our online learning
system. Has anyone tried this on a large scale?

thanks

Sandy

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Sandra Sutton Andrews, M.A., M.Ed.
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Instructional Spec. Sr.
Information Technology, Instruction Support
Arizona State University, Tempe AZ

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On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 <EMAIL REMOVED> wrote:

> Sarah,
> What Jared said sounds good. Additional information: my client is able to stream on port 554 from other servers (apple). I have heard that the QT
> client may try to negotiate with the port 80 server if there is any problem with the port 554 stream, which could explain the difficulty.
>
> You should look at hint tracks (I assumed you did have one but am questioning that assumption):
> http://www.apple.com/quicktime/tools_tips/tutorials/hinttracks.html
>
> AWK
>
> 6/5/2003 12:48:17 PM, Jared Smith < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
>
> >Sarah-
> >
> >Both video and captions work fine for me on Windows XP in both
> >Netscape 7 and IE6. However, if the client is not capable of receiving
> >video streams through the rtsp port 554, then it doesn't work. This is
> >commonly caused if the user uses proxy servers or firewalls that
> >restrict rtsp data. You can fix this by setting your Quicktime server
> >to allow streaming on port 80. This will fix the problem for just
> >about everyone, even if they have a firewall. Unfortunately, this only
> >works if the Quicktime server is not acting as a Web server (which
> >also uses port 80) and I noticed that your QT server has Apache Web
> >server installed. For this to work, you will have to turn off Apache
> >or change the port that it uses.
> >
> >It seems to me that the problem does not lie in your SMIL, but in the
> >ability for your QT streams to bypass firewalls and proxies.
> >
> >Nice video, by the way.
> >
> >Jared Smith
> >WebAIM (Web Accessibility In Mind)
> >Center for Persons with Disabilities
> >Utah State University
> >
> >
> >***************
> >On Wednesday, June 04, 2003 you sent:
> >SH> Hello! I am working on a captioning project for some Web videos. We are using MAGpie <http://ncam.wgbh.org/webaccess/magpie/>; to generate the
> captions and the SMIL files (thanks, NCAM!). It's all
> >SH> pretty straightforward, but I'm having trouble getting the video/captions to play on Windows XP in either Netscape 7 or IE 6.
> >
> >SH> Here's the URL of the test page:
> >
> >SH> <http://www.dartmouth.edu/~shorton/smil/>;
> >
> >SH> and here's the SMIL code:
> >
> >SH> <smil xmlns:qt="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/resources/smilextensions" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-smil" qt:time-slider="true"
> qt:autoplay="true">
> >SH> <head>
> >SH> <meta name="title" content="Academic Success for Dartmouth College Students: Time Management" />
> >SH> <meta name="author" content="Academic Skills Center at Dartmouth College" />
> >SH> <meta name="copyright" content="Dartmouth College" />
> >SH> <layout>
> >SH> <root-layout height="330" width="330" background-color="black" />
> >SH> <region height="240" width="320" background-color="black" left="5" top="5" id="videoregion" />
> >SH> <region height="60" width="320" background-color="white" left="5" top="255" id="textregion" />
> >SH> </layout>
> >SH> </head>
> >SH> <body>
> >SH> <par dur="0:16:42.30">
> >SH> <video alt="Time Management" dur="0:16:42.30" region="videoregion" src="rtsp://quicktime.dartmouth.edu/~cc/smil/TM.mov" />
> >SH> <textstream alt="English captions for Time Management" dur="0:16:42.30" region="textregion" src="TM.txt" />
> >SH> </par>
> >SH> </body>
> >SH> </smil>
> >
> >SH> Any help would be much appreciated!
> >
> >SH> Thanks!
> >SH> Sarah Horton
> >SH> Dartmouth College
> >
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