HTML5 Multimedia Accessibility

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A brief rollerskate along HTML5 multimedia beach, in which we pop into the soda shop of subtitling and the ice-cream parlour of synchronised media, before we incongruously pop into the igloo of …

A brief rollerskate along HTML5 multimedia beach, in which we pop into the soda shop of subtitling and the ice-cream parlour of synchronised media, before we incongruously pop into the igloo of JavaScript access to the camera (because I pulled in from slides from another presso after we talked about it in an earlier presentation).

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  • 1. HTML5 multimediaAccessibilityBruce Lawson
  • 2. Anne van Kesteren annevk at opera.comWed Feb 28 05:47:56 PST 2007Hi,Opera has some internal expiremental builds with an implementation of a <video> element. The elementexposes a simple API (for the moment) much like the Audio() object: play() pause() Stop()The idea is that it works like <object> except that it has special <video> semantics much like <img> hasimage semantics. In markup you could prolly use it as follows: <figure> <video src=news-snippet.ogg> ... </video> <legend>HTML5 in BBC News</legend> </figure>I attached a proposal for the element and as you can see there are still some open issues. The element andits API are of course open for debate. Were not enforcing this upon the world ;-)Cheers, http://lists.whatwg.org/pipermail/whatwg-whatwg.org/2007-February/009702.html
  • 3. <object width="425" height="344"> <param name="movie"value="http://www.example.com/v/9sEI1AUFJKw&hl=en&fs=1&"></param> <param name="allowFullScreen"value="true"></param> <param name="allowscriptaccess"value="always"></param> <embedsrc="http://www.example.com/v/9sEI1AUFJKw&hl=en&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true"width="425" height="344"></embed></object>
  • 4. <video src=pudding.webm controls autoplay poster=poster.jpg width=320 height=240> <a href=video.webm>Download movie</a></video>
  • 5. <audio src=bieber.ogg controls autoplay> <a href=bieber.ogg>Download horrid pap</a></audio>
  • 6. <video src=pudding.webm loop>
  • 7. <audio src=bieber.ogg preload><audio src=bieber.ogg preload=auto><audio src=bieber.ogg preload=none><audio src=bieber.ogg preload=metadata>
  • 8. video as native object...why is it important?● keyboard accessibility built-in● “play nice” with rest of the page● Simple API for controls
  • 9. "In addition to giving video an HTMLelement, we must also agree on a baselinevideo format that will be universallysupported, just like the GIF, JPEG and PNGimage format are universally supported. Itsimportant that the video format we choosecan be supported by a wide range of devicesand that its royalty-free (RF). RF is a well-established principle for W3C standards." http://people.opera.com/howcome/2007/video/
  • 10. video formats webM Ogg/ Theora mp4/ h264Opera yes yesChrome yes yes Nope (Chrome.soon)Firefox Yes (FF4) yesSafari yesIE9 Yes (if installed) yes
  • 11. audio formats mp3 Ogg/ Vobis wavOpera yes yesChrome yes yesFirefox yes yesSafari yes yesIE9 yes yes
  • 12. Giving everybody video<video controls autoplay poster=… width=… height=…> <source src=pudding.mp4 type=video/mp4> <source src=pudding.webm type=video/webm> <source src=pudding.ogv type=video/ogg> <!-- fallback content --></video>
  • 13. <video controls poster="…" width="…" height="…"> <source src="movie.mp4" type="video/mp4" /> <source src="movie.webm" type="video/webm" /> <source src="movie.ogv" type="video/ogg" /> <object width="…" height="…" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="player.swf"> <param name="movie" value="player.swf" /> <param name="flashvars" value=" … file=movie.mp4" /> <!-- fallback content --> </object></video> still include fallback for old browsers http://camendesign.com/code/video_for_everybody
  • 14. powerful (simple) API
  • 15. www.w3.org/TR/html5/video.html#media-elements
  • 16. controlling <video> with JavaScriptvar v = document.getElementByTagName(video)[0];v.play();v.pause();v.volume = … ;v.currentTime = … ;…
  • 17. events fired by <video>var v = document.getElementById(player);v.addEventListener(loadeddata, function() { … }, true)v.addEventListener(play, function() { … }, true)v.addEventListener(pause, function() { … }, true)v.addEventListener(timeupdate, function() { … }, true)v.addEventListener(ended, function() { … }, true)…
  • 18. <video> accessibility
  • 19. WebM release does not support subtitlesWHATWG / W3C RFC will release guidance on subtitles and otheroverlays in HTML5 <video> in the near future. WebM intends to followthat guidance. http://code.google.com/p/webm/issues/detail?id=11 Egg image Kacper "Kangel" Aniołek http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Egg.jpg
  • 20. <track> element<video controls poster=… width=… height=…> <source src=movie.webm type=video/webm> <track src=subtitles-en.vtt kind=subtitles srclang=en> <track src=subtitles-de.vtt kind=subtitles srclang=de> <!-- fallback content --></video>http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/video.html#the-track-element
  • 21. ● 1 Adobe Encore ● 18 MicroDVD (.sub*) ● 36 Subsonic● 2 AQTitle (.aqt) ● 19 MPEG-4 Timed Text (.ttxt) ● 37 smilText● 3 ARIB STD-B24 ● 20 MPL (.mpl) ● 38 SubStation Alpha (.ssa)● 4 AYA (.aya) ● 21 MPSub (.sub*) ● 39 SubViewer (.sub*)● 5 CA (.ca) ● 22 Ogg Writ ● 40 TIT (.tit)● 6 CHK (.chk) ● 23 Phoenix Subtitle (.pjs) ● 41 TitleVision TV2003 text format● 7 CIN (.cin) ● 24 PowerDivX (.psb) ● 42 TTML● 8 CIP (.cip) ● 25 PU2000 (.rac, .pac) ● 43 Turbotitler● 9 DKS (.dks) ● 26 RealText (.rt) ● 44 ULT (.ult)● 10 DVD Studio Pro ● 27 SAMI (.smi) ● 45 Universal Subtitle Format (.usf)● 11 EBU STL (.ebu) ● 28 Scantitling format 890 (.890) ● 46 VPlayer● 12 FAB Subtitler ★ ● 29 Screen Poliscript ● 47 WinCaps (.w32)● 13 Gloss Subtitle (.gsub) ● 30 Softel SwiftXIF (.xif) ● 48 XombieSub● 14 JACOSub (.jss) ● 31 Sonic Solutions DVD text format ● 49 ZeroG (.zeg)● 15 Kate ● 32 Spruce STL ● 50 CVD● 16 L32 (.l32) ● 33 ST4, ST7 (.st4, .st7) ● 51 DVB subtitles● 17 MacSUB ● 34 Structured Subtitle Format (.ssf) ● 52 Philips DVD subtitling format ● 35 SubRip (.srt) ★ ● 53 VobSub (.sub and .idx), XSUB (DivX subtitles) ● 55 CMML, SMIL,
  • 22. webVTTWEBVTT FILE101:23:45,678 --> 01:23:46,789Hello world!201:23:48,910 --> 01:23:49,101HelloWorld!
  • 23. WebVTT formatting Supports positioning of text Supports <b> and <i>Colouring individual speakers Support vertical text Supports RTL Supports ruby annotations
  • 24. <track> polyfillhttp://www.delphiki.com/html5/playr/
  • 25. Synchronising media elementsEach media element can have a MediaController. A MediaController is an objectthat coordinates the playback of multiple media elements, for instance so that asign-language interpreter track can be overlaid on a video track, with the twobeing kept in sync....Media elements with a MediaController are said to be slaved to their controller. TheMediaController modifies the playback rate and the playback volume of each of themedia elements slaved to it, and ensures that when any of its slaved mediaelements unexpectedly stall, the others are stopped at the same time.When a media element is slaved to a MediaController, its playback rate is fixed tothat of the other tracks in the same MediaController, and any looping is disabled. http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/video.html#synchronising- multiple-media-elements http://www.w3.org/WAI/PF/HTML/wiki/Media_Multitrack_Media_API
  • 26. getUserMedia API(previously known as "HTML5 <device>")
  • 27. <video autoplay></video><script>var video = document.querySelector(video);If (navigator.getUserMedia){navigator.getUserMedia(video,successCallback,errorCallback);function successCallback(stream) { video.src = stream; }...</script>
  • 28. my.opera.com/core/blog/2011/03/23/webcam-orientation-preview