Syncing Audio, Video and Animations in Microsoft Silverlight Applications


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Silverlight provides a robust framework for integrating audio, video and animations into applications but how do you keep them all in-sync? In this session Silverlight MVP Dan Wahlin discusses an animation project created for a Fortune 500 company and demonstrates tips and tricks that can be used to keep various assets synced so that audio and video clips can be started at specific times as a storyboard plays. Topics covered include working with timers, segregating large storyboards into user controls, defining sync points using XML, generating markers using Microsoft Expression Encoder, integrating closed captioning into an application, plus more.

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