Keys to the kingdom of SMIL 3

Explore open source tools and techniques in the expanding world of synchronized multimedia

From the developerWorks archives

Colin Beckingham

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: July 22, 2010

The introduction of new multimedia presentation techniques in the W3C SMIL 3 recommendation has given the software industry a new challenge to bring professional tools up to date. In the meantime, developers and users can get a feel for the new techniques available in SMIL 3 using open source and other free tools such as Ambulant. Become familiar with what is new in SMIL 3 in this article.

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