2010-01-28 15:21:00: Created issue 'How to deal with embedded time stamps' nickname davy owned by Davy Van Deursen on product , description 'The current spec shortly mentions media with embedded time stamps. However, more information should be provided regarding how to deal with embedded time stamps. Currently, three questions arise:
- is there a different behavior in using NPT vs. SMPTE time addressing and if so, under which circumstances (e.g., are SMPTE time codes embedded in the media resource or not)?
- do we take into account the timing information of the media (usually specified in the underlying container format) when extracting temporal media fragments? For example, suppose a certain track 'a' of a media file ex.mp4 plays from 5s to 10s and from 20s to the end. What will be the result of interpreting ex.mp4#track='a'&t=0,15 ?
- in case of a media fragment Range request, what should be returned in the response header? More specifically, is the instance length optional or mandatory per the Content-Range header syntax?
* initial mail from Werner: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-media-fragment/2010Jan/0027.html
* Silvia elaborating on SMPTE time codes: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-media-fragment/2010Jan/0059.html
* RaphaÃ«l's summary: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-media-fragment/2010Jan/0075.html
' non-public [Davy Van Deursen]