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Re: [Handle-info] Media Fragments
Although I know virtually nothing about media fragments, I can tell you this: The web-to-handle proxy hdl.handle.net will append any #fragment to the URI obtained by resolving a handle. So for instances if handle 12345/1 resolves to the primary resource http://www.example.org/video.ogv, then http://hdl.handle.net/12345/1#t=60,100 will redirect to the URI fragment http://www.example.org/video.ogv#t=60,100, which is probably exactly what you want to happen.
It is also possible to set up your handles with a template so that there are bona fide handles resolving to various fragments; e.g. the handle "12345/1(60-100)" could resolve to http://www.example.org/video.ogv#t=60,100 (and similarly for other handles like "12345/1(x-y)").
On 2010-02-22, at 16:38, Tom Sparks wrote:
> Could the handler system support media fragments?
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/WD-media-frags-20091217/
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