Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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April 4th, 2013

moarcode xywh.js — Demobit.ly/10BXmOat

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@abursuc Thanks. I have quality as a ranking factor. In the concrete case, though, it was outweighed by the image’s social signals.

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@rtroncy Shaky because shot with my iPhone filming my screen :-)

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@sympapadopoulos A crawler? Then your base isn’t the Web browser, but whatever language your server speaks… That’s probably a good thing :-)

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@RubenVerborgh Mr. @rtroncy said he’d dig down in his archives to reconstruct the conversations that were had between the CSS & MF WGs.

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@RubenVerborgh World-peace would be nice, too… I’m dramatizing, sorry. <video> is actually quite clever w/ just requesting needed parts.

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@RubenVerborgh Sure, but as discussed off-Twitter w/ @rtroncy before, there is (close to) no server-side fragment creation. All client-side…

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@sympapadopoulos It is. Check bit.ly/V6YTPE bit.ly/RNDh6O. It’s just not as exact as having non-streaming direct access.

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@sympapadopoulos In HTML5 video, you don’t have access to low-level codec-specific things like keyframes. There’s no notion at all about it.

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@sympapadopoulos Wait, are you talking about <video>? Because I am. I have not worked w/ videos in Java, only a bit w/ FFmpeg.

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@sympapadopoulos There is no notion of frames, though, just time (w/o exactness guarantees). For events, check bit.ly/13TTFuH.

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@sympapadopoulos Supposing this is for <video>. Then keyframes no, fragments yes. Just seek to the position and wait for the “seeked” event.

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clipping supposed to work on all HTML elements, spatial on <img> & <video>. Also see my xywh.js: bit.ly/16r01NL

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Great tutorial on masking & clipping: bit.ly/16qZueI. Confused b/o clipping vs. relation. Can @rtroncy clarify?

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