Definitions for "SMIL"
A W3C recommended language for creating multimedia presentations.
Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL), is a WC3 standard for synchronizing numerous different media into a single presentation. SMIL allows additional content to be placed into a presentation such as: audio commentaries or different language audio tracks to images and text, animation in slide presentations, dynamic on-screen presentation controls, interactivity, and the mixing of audio, video, animation, and text.
(Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language), is a language that allows Web site creators to be able to easily define and synchronize multimedia elements (video, sound, still images) for Web presentation and interaction. On today's Web, although you can send moving and still images and sound to a Web user, each element is separate from the others and can't be coordinated with other elements without elaborate programming. SMIL (pronounced "smile") lets site creators send multiple movies, still images, and sound separately but coordinate their timing. Each media object is accessed with a unique Uniform Resource Locator (URL) which means that presentations can be made of objects arriving from more than one place and that objects can easily be reused in multiple presentations. SMIL also lets the "producer" store a media object in multiple versions, each with a different bandwidth so that a lower-bandwidth version of a Web page can be sent to users who need it. SMIL also accommodates multiple language versions of soundtracks.
Keywords:  gprs, mms
Keywords:  audiovideo, org, www, http
Keywords:  glossary, see
See .smil in this Glossary.
Keywords:  stand
SMIL can stand for