ian at hixie.ch
Fri Oct 12 18:22:52 PDT 2007
On Fri, 23 Mar 2007, Nicholas Shanks wrote:
> How about:
> <li><audio src="foo" type="...">Audio fallback</audio></li>
> <li><video src="bar" type="...">Video fallback</video></li>
> User agents that don't support playlist, audio and video just get an ordered
> list of fallback text.
> UAs that do support them also benefit in being able to negotiate each variant
> individually instead of getting whatever collection of media files the
> "playlist movie" decides upon.
> And perhaps playlists with a <ul> child can play the media in any order, not
> necessarily source order, presumably whatever item becomes available first.
> But I have been arguing against element proliferation in another thread and
> here I am suggesting new ones :-)
I think we'll punt on playlists for now. Feature creep is a real danger!
On Sat, 24 Mar 2007, Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
> There is an existing xml specification for playlists at
> http://www.xspf.org/ .
> I suggest treating playlists as objects in their own rights, so they can
> be shared across different web pages. Thus, a playlist should rather be
> embedded like this:
> <playlist src="playlist.xspf">
Or <video src=playlist.xspf> I guess, yeah. That would be a good way to go
forward if implementors want to support playlists.
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