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Authoring Rich Media Content Using SMIL (Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language)
SMIL (Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language) supports the authoring of "rich media" presentations that integrate streaming audio and video with images, text and other types of material. SMIL is an HTML-like language that is easy to learn and can be authored using any text editor. With the release of SMIL 2.0 content developers now have a standards based language for developing rich media content for on-line delivery.
This course run by the BUFVC (British Universities Film & Video Council) provides content developers with detailed information on how to author multimedia content using the features of the W3C's SMIL specification supported in the current generation of web browsers and media players.
Date: 21 May, 2003
Venue: BUFVC, London, England
Event website: http://www.bufvc.ac.uk/courses/course_details.html#smil
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org