DocBook: The Definitive GuideBy Norman Walsh & Leonard Muellner
1st Edition October 1999
1-56592-580-7, Order Number: 5807
652 pages, $36.95 , Includes CD-ROM
Content ModelVideoData ::= EMPTY
Width NUTOKEN None SrcCredit CDATA None Scale NUMBER None Format
None Scalefit NUMBER None Align
None Depth NUTOKEN None EntityRef ENTITY None FileRef CDATA None
The start-tag is required for this element. The end-tag is optional, if your SGML declaration allows minimization.
This element points to an external entity containing video data.
May be formatted inline or as a displayed block, depending on context. Rendering a video is usually accomplished by reserving a rectangular area on the display and "running" the video in that frame.
There are two ways to provide content for VideoData: EntityRef or FileRef. It is best to use only one of these methods. However, if multiple sources are provided, EntityRef will be used in favor of FileRef.
These elements contain VideoData: VideoObject.
Align specifies the horizontal alignment of the image data on the page or within the element that frames it.
Depth specifies the desired depth (vertical distance, at least in horizontal writing systems) of the video data.
EntityRef identifies the general entity which points to the content of the video data.
FileRef specifies the name of the file which contains the content of the video data.
Format identifies the format of the video data. The Format must be a defined notation.
Scale specifies integer representing a percentage scaling factor (retaining the relative dimensions of the original video frame). If unspecified, the value 100 (100%) is assumed.
If ScaleFit has the value 1 (true), then the video frame is to be scaled (uniformly) to the specified width or depth. The default value of 0 (false) indicates that the image will not be scaled to fit (although it may still be scaled by the Scale attribute).
SrcCredit contains details about the source of the video data.
Width indicates the width of the graphic.
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