[linux-audio-user] smil

RickTaylor at Speakeasy.Net RickTaylor at Speakeasy.Net
Wed Jun 23 01:39:00 EDT 2004


 I'm not sure if folk are familiar with this:

http://wam.inrialpes.fr/software/limsee2/index.php?goto=Home

 I'm seeing it as potentially important to linux audio/video/multimedia
though... {Real has a similar editor... there's links on the above page.}

 I ran across this the other night as well... I'm not sure if folk
are aware of it... It's free and one of the better web editors I've seen:

http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatools/jscreator/index.jsp

...Once they get everything going it looks as though it's going to be pretty
good competition for Dreamweaver, GoLive, etc.

 I'm trying to get some integration going with Eclipse:

http://www.eclipse.org/ {for which I found a Scheme interface

http://www.scs.carleton.ca/%7Edeugo/projects/eclipse/

{and an XML tie-in:

http://www196.pair.com/lisovsky/xml/index.html }

Which allows me to tie snd, cm, cmt, etc, etc {probably lisp {and, in turn,
smalltalk {squeak extensions {though I'm sure there must be a more direct
way.}} as well...} into things...}

{Beast has an interface to scheme now as well.}

and... have already managed to get some interaction going with Sun's Java beans
ide... {Which was really pretty easy...}

With jmax and kdenlive {and piave http://modesto.sourceforge.net/piave/ } as
well as rezound, etc, etc... I figure I have a fairly complete, high level,
multimedia authoring environment going.

 {Just in case you like the idea}

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