On Sat, Aug 29, 2015 at 8:18 AM, James Ross <ja...@james-ross.co.uk> wrote:

> Support is certainly poor; Internet Explorer/Trident and Edge both support
> negative playback rates on desktop (I haven’t tested mobile) but do so by
> simply showing the key frames as they are reached in reverse, in my testing.

That's not so hard to implement, but it's also mostly useless since
keyframes are often several seconds apart or more.

> Firefox, Chrome and Safari on desktop and mobile don’t support negative
> values at all AFAICT. I have notes here suggesting that mobile platforms
> don’t even support positive rates other that 1.
I'm pretty sure mobile Firefox supports non-1 playback rates.

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