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Streaming Media

Embedding Real Player/ Quicktime in a web page by ckennerdale
Posted: 27 Dec 00

The principles behind embedding Real or Quicktime in a web page are similar to WIndows Media- using a combination of od
<embed></embed>, active x as well as javascript functions.

However each player exposes a slightly different feature set, and references these features with slight;y different names.

The documentation can be found at

By embedding a media player into a web page you can also customize the look and feel of buttons and the size of video screen.
This is done via a combination of Javascript triggering functions. You can also embed these function into flash to allow flash elements to also control the player.

Real Networks provide an extensive guide to developing embedded players at

Quicktime Information

For more see the FAQs in Multimedia(video/sound), or visit us at http://developer.thetuckshop.com

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