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  1. Create a simple SMIL file which displays the words, 'Hello World'. Confirm that the file works in a SMIL-conformant player.
  2. Author a SMIL file which displays 'Hello World' for 3 seconds, then displays 'Goodbye World' for 1 second. Confirm that the file works in a SMIL-conformant player.

Answer[edit]

1. Submitted by Anne Rayborn Howard
File Exercise1.smil

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<smil>
<head>
<layout>
<root-layout width="200" height="75" background-color="white" />
<region id="text" left="0" top="0" width="200" height="75" />
</layout>
</head>
<body>
<text src="Exercise1.rt" alt="Hello World" region="text" dur="1s" begin="0s" />
</body>
</smil>


File Exercise1.rt

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Hello World!


2. Submitted by Anne Rayborn Howard
File Exercise2.smil

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<smil>
<head>
<layout>
<root-layout width="200" height="75" background-color="white" />
<region id="text" left="0" top="0" width="200" height="75" />
</layout>
</head>
<body>
<text src="Exercise1.rt" alt="Hello World" region="text" dur="3s" begin="0s" />
<text src="Exercise2.rt" alt="Goodbye World" region="text" dur="1s" begin="0s" />
</body>
</smil>


File Exercise2.rt

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Goodbye World!


3. Submitted by (your name here)
If you have MS Powerpoint, you can use the Smil Generator for Powerpoint presentations to convert your powerpoint.

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4. Submitted by (Your Name Here!)

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