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The W3C's SMIL Recommendations have been prepared by the Synchronized Multimedia Working Group (SYMM-WG), which over the years has included representatives from the following organizations: Alcatel, Apple, CNET/DSM, Canon, Compaq, CSELT, CWI, DAISY Consortium, DEC, Ericsson, France Telecom, Gateway, Glocomm, GMD, Havas, IBM, INRIA, Intel, Lucent/Bell Labs, Macromedia, Microsoft, Netscape/AOL, NIST, Nokia, Oratrix, Pana sonic, Philips, The Productivity Works, RealNetworks, WGBH, and the W3C.
SMIL is rapidly achieving prominence by enabling entirely new ranges of Internet media experiences through hundreds of partners authoring SMIL content to be delivered through RealSystem(R) G2," said Martin Plaehn, senior vice president, Media Systems, RealNetworks, Inc.
Combining the iVideo experience with the powerful SMIL presentation capabilities of RealSystem G2 propels interactive and personalized experiences to the next level.
With the advent of SMIL as the first standard for Web-based multimedia, the opportunity for applications developers and content creators has exploded, creating enormous demand for more than one million RealSystem G2 authoring tools and over 50,000 free RealSystem G2 servers.
As a powerful, open system built on industry standards RTSP and SMIL, RealSystem G2 provides a rich foundation for third-party and corporate application developers.
Open standard SMIL API facilitates 3rd party management solution and easy software development
The convergence of CFML, SMIL and RealSystem G2 makes it possible for Web developers to easily build data-driven multimedia applications for the Web.
SMIL provides a standard and flexible way to accompany media with links, captions, metadata, and other information that requires timing coordination.
SMIL was developed by the W3C Synchronized Multimedia (SYMM) Working Group, a unique mix of experts from the four divergent industries (CD-ROM, Interactive Television, Web, and audio/video streaming) interested in bringing synchronized multimedia to the web.
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This reuse not only makes it easier to author and maintain content, it also reduces the size of SMIL presentations, another factor that can improve performance on mobile devices.
MediaIndexer(TM) extracts multi-resolution key frames from digital video and combines them with the audio track in a dynamically-generated SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) file, ideal for use in low-bandwidth situations.