From: "Tomaz Erjavec" <[log in to unmask]>
> The somewhat more ambitious one is to put timing information on
> <stage> and <sp>, and then convert the TEI to a smil file, and show
> video in realplayer, with synchronised
> HTML. However, experiments show that our test file crashes in
> Firefox, so, not so good.
> If anybody has any other - hopefully standard, and working on all
> platforms - technologies to synchronise video and HTML, any hints
My experience, dating from 2005, is that Realplayer is the best (robust
and complete) implementation of the SMIL standard.
Maybe you could try not to embed the Realplayer in Firefox,
but call it directly (Realplayer can render text etc.).
Another thing is if you access your video localy or remotely. For
remote video access, a Realserver is better or may be necessary.
I have no idea in what mailing list we can continue that discussion.
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