Mediamosa Open source video backend
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Mediamosa Open source video backend

on

  • 897 views

Presentation about MediaMosa at FOSDEM 2011, Brussels.

Presentation about MediaMosa at FOSDEM 2011, Brussels.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
897
Views on SlideShare
897
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10
  • 09/06/10

Mediamosa Open source video backend Mediamosa Open source video backend Presentation Transcript

  • MediaMosa: Open source video backend Peter Forgacs MediaMosa developer Madcap
  • MediaMosa What you can do with MediaMosa:
  • MediaMosa View slide
  • MediaMosa http://mediamosa.org “ MediaMosa is a robust, flexible and highly scalable media management platform. It is already helping deliver rich content (video, audio etc.) to educational organizations across the Netherlands.” ( http://mediamosa.org ) View slide
  • MediaMosa Open source video backend What does it mean? - Open source License: Open Source under GPLv2 license (GNU General Public License version 2) Framework: Drupal 6 / 7
  • MediaMosa Open source video backend - Video backend User MediaMosa Video frontend REST calls: POST, GET XML
  • MediaMosa is a backend application. Advantages of this separation: One backend can support multiple client sites. Easy integration for existing websites. What about the frontend? - There are different demo frontend applications. You may start with them: WLE, MediaMosa CK. - You may create one. Your application should communicate with MediaMosa through REST calls.
  • With MediaMosa you can - Upload videos and store them - Transcode videos (eg. h.264) - Generate video object, download link etc. - Create still images - Create metadata (title, description, DC, QDC) - Create collections - Stream your video's - Create authorizations
  • Introduction: MediaMosa Asset is a container. Asset
  • Introduction: MediaMosa Asset may have title, description etc. Asset Title Description DC, QDC fields
  • Introduction: MediaMosa Asset may have mediafiles. Asset Title Description Mediafile
  • Introduction: MediaMosa A mediafile may have a video. Asset Title Description Mediafile: Video (codec, filesize)
  • Introduction: MediaMosa We can transcode a mediafile to an other format. Asset Title Description Mediafile: Video (Original) Mediafile: Video (Transcoded)
  • Introduction: MediaMosa We can create an another mediafile (with video). Asset Title Description Mediafile: Video (Original) Mediafile: Video (Transcoded) Mediafile: Video (Original)
  • Introduction: MediaMosa Every mediafile may have still images. Asset Title Description Mediafile: Video (Original) Mediafile: Video (Transcoded) Mediafile: Video (Original)
  • Introduction: MediaMosa The asset has a default still (if there is any). Asset Title Description Mediafile: Video (Original) Mediafile: Video (Transcoded) Mediafile: Video (Original)
  • Introduction: MediaMosa A video site has assets with default stills. Asset Title Desc. Asset Title Desc. Asset Title Desc. Asset Title Desc.
  • Introduction: MediaMosa A video page has an asset with video(s) and still(s). Asset Title Description
  • Videos site
  • Video page
  • Installing MediaMosa Download: http://mediamosa.org You need: LAMP, FFMpeg, Lua (LPEG) Recommended: Lav2yuv (MJPEG Tools) ... Installation: Drupal / MediaMosa install profile
  • Make it easy - VM Image on mediamosa.org - Demo site on mediamosa.org
  • Performance improvements If you need more power, you can separate your installation for: - Admin interface - Application interface(s) for REST calls - Upload interface - Download interface - Job interface(s) eg. transcoding video files Common DB server(s) and storage (SAN/NAS)
  • REST calls as a MediaMosa communication interface - REST = Representational State Transfer - GET calls for getting data - POST calls for changing or creating data - Output is XML - Documentation of REST calls: http://mediamosa.org/api
  • MediaMosa.org API page REST call: Parameters, Response fields, Examples http://mediamosa.org/api
  • MediaMosa.org API page REST call: Parameters, Response fields, Examples http://mediamosa.org/api
  • REST calls as a MediaMosa communication interface Example: /mediafile/$mediafile_id [GET] <items> <item id=&quot;1&quot;> <mediafile_id>6778</mediafile_id> <asset_id>7AkD</asset_id> <app_id>14</app_id> <owner_id>admin</owner_id> <group_id></group_id> .... </item> </items>
  • REST call on WLE
  • How you can upload? Your client application: - Create asset /asset/create [POST] Response: $asset_id - Create mediafile /mediafile/create [POST] POST parameter: $asset_id Response: $mediafile_id - Create upload ticket /mediafile/$mediafile_id/uploadticket/create [POST] Response: Action URL, Upload progress URL (for upload progress bar)
  • Applications in action
  • Future / present developments - Solr - Atom, JSON, RSS feed - Watermarking still images - OpenAPI, oAuth, oEmbed
  • MediaMosa Status page
  • MediaMosa Browse and Statistics pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • MediaMosa Configuration pages
  • Thank you for you attention! Questions? MediaMosa http://mediamosa.org Peter Forgacs forgacs at madcap.nl http://xweb.hu