This widescreen thing is a very good argument. Because most of the time it is just extra unneeded space which can easly be filled up with a sidebar. But let's say I have a widescreen convertable tabletPC, they will probaly arrive somewhere in the near future.
Will I be able to automaticly turn off the sidebar (or put it to hide and show when mouse is close) when I switch from normal laptop mode to tabletPC mode?
Because when you switch there is no more extra screen space on the side of the screen, because it is now at the bottom of the screen.
The correct answer is the latter. We save the start and endtime and then we tell the streaming video where to start and how long to play. Really a testament to how cool the streaming technology is.
Yes, in V2 you will be able to add comments to your clips.
The record mechanism is not recording video and saving a file. It is recording time points (start and end times) and storing those values. To view the clip, we set the inline player's url to our ASX auto-generator page, which builds ASX content that incorporates
your clip title, start time and duration (end time - start time), and location of the original streaming file (located on the MS streaming sever cluster). MMS is such a great technology. You tell the media streamer where to start and and how long to last and,
bingo, you got a streaming clip. Super fast seek. I'm proud of our streaming technologies group. Great work!
This is just changed my world, wonderfull technology. An so simple idea, but a powerhouse when it is working.
Is anything like this possible with other formats like realmedia or is windows media the only format that allows this to be build simple? And with simple I mean just using the technology availible and not building a compete house around realmedia to let the
format support the seek in the stream.
Is it also possible to add comments to the clipping next to the tags? So a person is able to add some comments to the clipping about why he clipped that part. So for example you have the tags: Channel9 and Clipster and as comments: this is how you record a
clipping or here they display how to add a clipping to your profile, etc.
Is the record application making a copy of the video or is it pointing to timepoints in the original video and just fast fowards to these parts on clipping view request?
Look at the title of the white paper, "The North Face In-Store Explorer Proof-of-Concept: A White Paper". This is not something they use on there internet site, but on there in-store units. Probaly foot stands with a touch screen or something like that.
The power and things that can be done look amazing, and it's just so so cool. Only do you need to use this amount of power for a regular application? It's probaly only a small group of people that will benefit from this power, but maby in the future there will
Seconly, I don't understand this idea. Why in the world would I go watch movies in a store, I don't want to spend that much time to do my shopping. And most of the times the audio experience is bad, because of background noise or bad/turned down speakers.
I would rather see a little less powerfull website, that just gives me a list of movies instead of 3d rotating movies. So I can do some pre-shopping, compare the product with other products from maby other brands, while I am relaxing and feel I got time to
do some comparing of products, read users reviews, etc.
Wonderfull product. Loved the demonstration, because the picture only view on the press release looked so so useless. Like WTF did they do to office, but when you see it moving and menu's are updating, etc. IT'S AMAZING HANDY!!!
Does the 'flowdy' comes with functions most people use or with features I use a lot? Like when I never use
I but always use striketrue will the I disapear and the striketrue button come in the menu? But then only the functions that apply to the selected text.
How does the office team thinks about the problem with the people that just press enter all the time, not knowing the difference between enter and shift-enter?