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Tutorial: RealSystem G2 and SMIL

By Scott Clark RealSystem's G2 If you've been following our introduction to G2 and SMIL, you've probably already downloaded the Preview Edition of the G2 Player. Hopefully you've taken a look at some of the incredible media that has been produced with SMIL, RealPix and RealText. And of course you've looked at the incredible Razor's Edge video. If so, you've gotta be yearning to create some of that G2 content yourself. That's what this tutorial will do--get you started in the Wide World of true streaming multimedia presentations for the Web. In this tutorial, we're going to focus on creating presentations with SMIL and RealPix. That's because unless you have some video that you've previously created, or you are talented in that medium already, you're not going to be producing any award winning videos after reading one quick-and-easy lesson. But you can create award winning presentations using the above technologies, and you can do so in a very short period of time. With your new G2 Player at hand, check out my own G2 SMIL presentation, RainForestRiff. While it's by no means good enough to make Martin Scorcese lose any sleep at night, it may be good enough for others to enjoy.


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