SMIL is an easy-to-learn HTML-like language for describing
After you have studied this tutorial you will know what SMIL
is, and how to create web based multimedia presentations which integrate
audio, video, images, text or any other media type.
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Table of Contents
Introduction to SMIL
This chapter describes what SMIL is, and how SMIL can be used.
This chapter describes what a SMIL file is.
This chapter describes how SMIL can be used in HTML.
This chapter describes the future use of SMIL in XHTML.
This chapter describes how SMIL uses timing to display its elements.
This chapter describes how SMIL displays sequences..
This chapter describes how SMIL displays objects simultaneously.
This chapter describes how SMIL can add transitions to elements.
This chapter describes how SMIL defines media elements.
This is W3Schools complete SMIL reference.
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