On 8/31/15, Michael Enright <m...@kmcardiff.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 28, 2015 at 11:17 AM, Domenic Denicola  wrote:
>> From:  Robert O'Callahan
>>> According to the spec it should work, but it's very low priority for us
>>> and
>>> implementing it would be very inefficient as Yay295 describes. So I
>>> don't
>>> think it's going to happen in Firefox in the forseeable future.
>> I was looking in to this yesterday and it seems like the spec places
>> absolute no limits on playbackRate. Am I right? This seems a bit bad.
>> If nobody is supporting negative nor has any plans to, we should at least
>> consider throwing for negative. I guess we can leave the upper limit
>> unspecified, unless implementations all happen to agree on one.
> I have implemented video element implementations which allowed the
> video to play in reverse, and scripts that ran on such implementations
> that allowed the user to ask for playback in reverse. If it is thought
> that browser scripts need guidance on what speeds are possible for a
> given server or video, then by all means go that route.
> USE CASE: Implementing things like VidiPath or in some other fashion
> implementing satellte STB or cable STB UI in HTML 5.

USE CASE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtSdt1G6mcE

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