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The T.A.G. SMIL Editors

By Scott Clark As SMIL becomes more of an industry standard, the tools only get better. If you've been a regular reader here at WebDeveloper.com, you probably remember when we profiled the T.A.G. Editor in our SMIL Tools Overview back in June. Now Digital Renaissance has two products, one specifically designed for the G2 designer, and the other for general SMIL applications. In this review we're going to look at both products and let you know if they're worth SMILing about. (Actually, they also have a version specifically designed for Microsoft Netshow. While it's not as full-featured as the other editors, if that's the platform you are developing for, it is worth a download). T.A.G. SMIL Editor 1.0 (Beta)
T.A.G. Editor 2.0 for RealSystem G2 (Beta)

Digital Renaissance: http://tag.digital-ren.com/
Requirements: Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT
Price: previous version retails for $379
Beta Download: SMIL Editor 1.0, Editor 2.0 for G2 Although both of the T.A.G. SMIL tools are similar, each has its own merits. While the T.A.G. Editor 2.0 for RealSystem G2 (Beta) does feature a Wizard-driven guide to help the non-programming designer through the ropes, it does not feature a built-in text editor like the T.A.G. SMIL Editor 1.0 (Beta). The T.A.G. Editor does, however, feature a WYSIWYG development environment which enables the designer to drag and drop audio, video or text elements into the SMIL timeline, which can be previewed instantly.


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