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== Video Annotation ==
Features for which we need examples of real-world usage:
* [http://digitalurban.blogspot.com/2008/11/video-tracking-and-manipulation-adobe.html Video Tracking and Manipulation] ([http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1354647 A framework for video annotation, visualization, and interaction])
** Floating name tags, speech bubbles, graffiti etc. following a timed path (e.g. a person moving around on the screen)
* Floating "name tags" following a timed path (e.g. a person moving around on the screen)
** Annotating moving objects
** Controlling video flow
== Lyrics ==
== Lyrics ==

Revision as of 00:16, 23 April 2010

This page contains examples of features that it is not expected we will require user agents to natively render in the first version, though it's likely that we will provide APIs sufficient to implement these features in JS.

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Chapter Markers

Timed Annotations

Video Annotation


animated Lyrics in HTML5

Linguistic Markup


  • Linking entire frame to a URL
  • Linking rendered text to a URL
  • Linking overlaid graphics to a URL
  • Linking defined regions to a URL

User interfaces