One response to “SMIL: The classical solution?

  1. SMIL was considered in the JISC-funded Archival Sound Recordings project back in 2004/5 as a means to group segments or movements of a work where, for instance, these were dispersed across several sides of a coarsegroove carrier represented by a similar number of encoded files. In the end we opted to fuse the sides and present movements continuously. So what does a user do who only wants the third movement, other than fast forward? I’d be very interested to revisit the application of SMIL.