Re: [backstage] iMP

2005-11-08 Thread Adam Bowie
The BBC World Service is on both XM and Sirius, and BBC Radio 1 is timeshifted on Sirius (so that the breakfast show is on at breakfast time etc). I don't believe that Radio 4 is on any of the services. On 11/8/05, Millie Niss [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know exactly what iMP is, so I hope

Re: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media]
Thanks for the screenshots James. So unless they just ripped the graphics from WMP (possible but unlikely) it's using that as an embedded client. It could be worth trying some of the standard WM player keyboard shortcuts, eg F9/F10 for volume, ALT+ENTER for full screen, and see if it

RE: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread Gordon Joly
http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/ Why is there no text only link on this page? There is on most pages on bbc.co.uk... Feel free to use this! http://www.recursion.co.uk/cgi-bin/betsie.cgi/www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/ No charge! Gordo -- Think Feynman/

Re: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread J.P.Knight
On Tue, 8 Nov 2005, James wrote: Here's a few screenies: http://www.webcoding.co.uk/imp/ Note that you can actually play the DRM'd files in Media Player itself, it doesnt have to go through the iMP player design. All the video's can be fast forwarded etc without issue. With all this DRMed

RE: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread Andrew Bowden
http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/ Why is there no text only link on this page? There is on most pages on bbc.co.uk... Probably because it has accessibility features built into the page itself, which allow the presentation in a similar way to what Betsie provides, and in some aspects,

Re: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread James
I wouldnt be suprised to see MP4 as the distribution method with attached DRM (http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=threadid=62723). MP4 will be well supported by Windows, Apple and Linux and in other devices such as PSP, Mobinote etc it is the default format. I dont think your ever going

[backstage] You want your BBC Radio in the USA? You got it...

2005-11-08 Thread Andrew Wong
In the USA, you can get BBC World Service and BBC Radio 1 via Sirius's satellite radio service. http://www.sirius.com/BBCRadio1 http://www.sirius.com/BBCWorldService I still am amazed you can get radio without the use of a huge satellite dish but that's by the by. ___ Andrew Wong * Content

RE: [backstage] iMP: accessibility, is the smell really that bad?

2005-11-08 Thread Kim Plowright
Because it's written entirely in standards compliant code, with CSS, so can be rendered using a user-applied stylesheet, I think? I've heard - and this is just on the internal bush telegraph, nothing official, that betsie is slowly being phased out in favour of fully accessible coding of pages. I

Re: [backstage] Auto-tivo...

2005-11-08 Thread Dave Cross
Leon Brocard wrote: How do you record TV? Leon I wrote up some thoughts. Any corrections, additions and comments are welcome. http://blog.dave.org.uk/archives/000840.html Dave... - Sent via the backstage.bbc.co.uk discussion group. To unsubscribe, please visit

Re: [backstage] Auto-tivo...

2005-11-08 Thread Sean Dillon
Leon Brocard wrote: How do you record TV? Leon Currently I have an AverMedia DVB-T card in a Windows box. It's own software is easy to use, if not particualarly feature packed, although you can easily schedule recordings in the future, and also schedule repeat recordings as well. Output