[Xerte] Inclusion of close captions on video files and use of playlists

Johnathan Kemp johnathan.kemp at cxstaffs.co.uk
Thu Mar 19 17:14:05 GMT 2009

Prior to looking at Xerte I have been experimenting with the jwflv
player, which is free for non-commercial use and has a modest licence
fee for commercial use.
This is flash based and allows for the playing of flv files, with
support for the use of playlists and close caption files.
Is there any support within Xerte for the use of playlists or close
caption files?
If not has anyone looked at the possibility of calling the jwflv player
from within Xerte?
Kind regards

Johnathan Kemp
IT Dev. Manager
Connexions Staffordshire
www.cxstaffs.co.uk <http://www.cxstaffs.co.uk/> 
01785 355714


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