[OpenLayers-Dev] Exception in
th.heuer at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 05:26:38 EDT 2012
Sorry for taking a while to answer, but I was flat out busy. I'm the only
If I am to present this, I will make the material available online if my
employer allows, which I'm sure they will. So, if you follow me on Twitter,
you will know when and where things are.
I will also post it on the mailing list.
It's (funnily enough) just not working properly in Chrome yet and of course
IE. I don't know if I will even bother with IE, because of different video
codecs and licenses unless they decide to make their standards a bit more
open. As soon as there's a live version of our stuff I will let you know.
It was a proof of concept first but works quite well at least in Firefox.
++Tim Hinnerk Heuer++
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:51 PM, Tobias Reinicke <ramotswa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> "We are thinking of presenting this with our use case at one of the
> > conferences. Interested? Please reply here.",
> yes, I'd love to see it, sadly I doubt I'll make it to one of your
> conferences but if you would be able to put up an example of how it
> works I would be very interested.
> On 14 March 2012 01:03, Tim-Hinnerk Heuer <th.heuer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Cool, I was sure it would be interesting for some.
> > What it does is simply replace the <img/> elements in the Grid of
> > with <video/> elements. So, it works only with HTML5 support. We have a
> > case here with density data and I have implemented it as an extension to
> > OpenLayers as mentioned. Unfortunately, it's still in alpha/beta, so it's
> > not public yet. And also (surprisingly) it does not work correctly in
> > Chrome but in Firefox.
> > You can pull from the mentioned repo to test it out.
> > Basically on the WMS side I simply cached the n layers (one for each
> > and then wrote a shell script to append those images to a video with
> > On the mapcache side I used a trick to fool it the correct mime type.
> So, it
> > only works with a full cache. We used MapServer and MapCache for this.
> > We are thinking of presenting this with our use case at one of the
> > conferences. Interested? Please reply here.
> > Thanks,
> > Tim
> > Twitter: @timhheuer
> > Blog: http://www.thheuer.com
> > On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 12:04 PM, Phil Scadden <p.scadden at gns.cri.nz>
> >> I'm working for GNS but based down in Landcare in NZ. VideoWMS sounds
> >> very much like something I have down my to-do list. Could you explain a
> >> bit more about what it does?
> >> Thanks.
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