[sword-devel] Linked in audio files
manfred.bergmann at me.com
Thu Aug 26 00:33:07 MST 2010
Am 26.08.10 06:19, schrieb Chris Little:
> On 8/25/2010 5:20 AM, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
>> Chris Little<chrislit at crosswire.org> writes:
>>> If you mean to embed the audio in-line, I would recommend using the
>>> <figure> element. There's nothing specifically image-oriented about the
>>> element, aside from implications made by its name.
>> Yes, there is: The XXXhtmlhref filters wrap the resulting HTML<img>
>> element in<a href="passagestudy.jsp?action=showImage..."> for the sake
>> of letting the application kick off a standard external viewer, if it
>> knows how to do so.
> No, there is nothing specifically image-oriented about the <figure>
> element. That Sword filters always interpret it as an image is
> irrelevant to my point.
In the "New Oxford American Dictionary" the term "figure" can also have
the meaning of audio/music where "a short succession of notes producing
a single impression."
> Moving forward, we can mandate that (for Sword) non-image data embedded
> with <figure> be tagged with an attribute (e.g. type="x-audio") or we
This would produce an entry attribute?
> can add the tag ourselves in the importer by reading filename
> extensions. Then the OSISHTMLHREF filter can watch for type="x-audio"
> and generate <audio> or whatever (depending on whether we're targeting
> HTML5 or something else).
HTML5 would be fine. Which else standard is there that could be used
However, the HTML5 audio tag doesn't define attributes like for example
start/stop time for playing fragments within a large audio file.
How could this be handled?
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