Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL), an XML-based language, allows designers to synchronize and position video, pictures, animations, audio, and text to stream presentations via the Web. Recently, the W3C finalized SMIL 2.0, which offers a more advanced set of controls. Although RealPlayer, QuickTime and Internet Explorer all support for SMIL, each supports a slightly different set of commands from SMIL 1.0 and SMIL 2.0.SMIL: Adding Multimedia to the Web is for designers and developers who want to deliver multimedia content on the Web. The book begins with an overview of SMIL and the various authoring and delivery platforms. Then, it moves on to cover the SMIL Specification Modules, starting with the basic structure of a SMIL document and building on that knowledge to use SMIL for presentation layout, to create timed animations and links, and to generate transitions and effects. There are concrete code examples for each Module, and a complete Tag reference as well. Finally, there are real world projects that detail how SMIL is implemented in each.The book is a thorough introduction to SMIL, as well as an excellent reference. By the time you finish SMIL: Adding Multimedia for the Web, you will be able to create complex multimedia presentations using this exciting new technology.
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Tim Kennedy is the originator of Just SMIL (http://JustSMIL.com), the first major informational Web site about the SMIL language. His company, Online Delivery, created the original Streaming Media World (http://www.streamingmediaworld.com) site for Internet.com. His speaking appearances include informational sessions at Internet World and RealNetworks conferences. An enthusiast for all types of media production, he is currently Chair of the Media Communication and Technology program at Bellevue Community College. Mary Slowinski is a full-time faculty member at Bellevue Community College (http://www.bcc.ctc.edu) instructing in Web design, digital video editing, and streaming technologies. In the summer, she teaches intensive workshops for teachers and other educators to assist them with mastering and incorporating new technologies into their course curriculum. Her other interests include distance speed skating, world music, and viewing vistas.
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