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PlayList Question

By Christopher Weagel | Christopher Weagel <humandog@...> | ronnalddd
August 28, 2004 | Post #983 | Topic #983

--Apple-Mail-1--558797226 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; format=flowed From Jay's blog: It's a simple, elegant idea that Lucas Gonze developed initially for songs. His system called WebJay is nothing short of incredible. Basically you can link up all the separate HTML pages that hold songs or videos. If this is true that the lists are linking the HTML pages that hold the video file and not just the video file on their own (maybe it does both??) why is the metadata problem with QT files a problem? Could the html's page metadata work by itself? Chris --Apple-Mail-1--558797226 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/enriched; charset=US-ASCII From Jay's blog: <fontfamily><param>Verdana</param><color><param>3333,3333,3333</param><smaller> It's a simple, elegant idea that </smaller></color><bold><color><param>CCCC,6666,0000</param><smaller>Lucas Gonze</smaller></color></bold><color><param>3333,3333,3333</param><smaller> developed initially for songs.</smaller></color><smaller> <color><param>3333,3333,3333</param> His system called </color><bold><color><param>CCCC,6666,0000</param>WebJay</color></bold><color><param>3333,3333,3333</param> is nothing short of incredible. </color> <color><param>3333,3333,3333</param> Basically you can link up all the separate HTML pages that hold songs or videos.</color> </smaller>If this is true that the lists are linking the HTML pages that hold the video file and not just the video file on their own (maybe it does both??) why is the metadata problem with QT files a problem? Could the html's page metadata work by itself? Chris</fontfamily> --Apple-Mail-1--558797226--