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Proposal: videoWorklet [worklets-1] #905
Given a single or list of URL's
essentially the opposite of
Consider the capabilities and functionality of HTML
Similar concepts and art
for the ability to create media such as https://creativecommons.org/about/videos/a-shared-culture and https://mirrors.creativecommons.org/movingimages/webm/ScienceCommonsJesseDylan_240p.webm (a video or image collage) using only the browser - without third-party code.
A rough-draft proof of concept that does not meet the specific requirement though provides a tentative model of how controlling a
Ideally, since we should not have to wait for the video to be played at a frame rate for the user to view, the images encoded in the media file (any container or codec the browser is already capable of parsing) should be able to be extracted faster than real-time (at least faster than playback and capturing a
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Jun 21, 2019
Ok, so it sounds like you're trying to solve a more general problem, of having the ability to manipulate video streams without needing to instantiate them in a
In that case, it seems like you've already got this well-handled by the existing issues on HTML, and/or the other API proposals you listed. This isn't a Houdini issue; it's not about CSS at all.
(This is why I said that Worklets are not a feature in and of themselves; they're a tool used by other specs that need a specific kind of separate-from-the-main-document JS context.)