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Tutorial: RealSystem G2 and SMIL

By Scott Clark Part 5
 <image handle="4" name="dusked.jpg"/> <fadein start="24" duration="3" target="4"/> <fadeout start="28" duration="3" target="4"/> 
In this last section of our RealPix file, you can see that we used a "fade-out," and since it starts at second 28 and lasts three seconds, the entire RealPix presentation is finished in 31 seconds, with one second to spare while the soundtrack finishes up. So that's the RealPix file! You can view it on its own as well, without the SMIL (which includes the audio portion of the presentation). Encoding the Audio Track
The next part of the creation process involves encoding your audio files from their original format into RealMedia files (.rm). Once you've downloaded the RealEncoder G2 Encoder, you simply open the program and choose the appropriate encoding option from the Wizard which will appear. For my instance, I choose Record from File (See Figure 1).
Record from File
Figure 1. The Record from File option of the RealEncoder


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