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Drupal MediaMosa Transcoding module.
Using MediaMosa as a video transcoding service.
An overview of the implementation in two cases and a technical overview.

Presentation by Michiel Nugter, Synetic

Event: March 29-31, 2011: MediaMosa and TF-Media conference 'MediaMosa, weblectures & open video'

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  • Drupal MediaMosa Transcoding module Michiel Nugter Software Engineer Synetic BV [email_address] Using MediaMosa as a video transcoding service. An overview of the implementation in two cases and a technical overview
  • Introduction
    • Michiel Nugter
      • PHP Developer for 10+ years
      • Drupal developer for 3 years
    • Synetic BV
      • Started in 2001
      • Full Service Internet Company specialized in Drupal Development
      • Using MediaMosa for several projects as a transcoding service
  • Topics
    • Why MediaMosa
    • MediaMosa cases
      • Flurti
      • Rabobank op de kaart
    • Technical overview
      • Video module integration
      • Process overview
      • MediaMosa usage
      • Module highlights
  • Why MediaMosa
    • Needed transcoding service
    • We like MediaMosa:
      • It's open source
      • Powered by Drupal
      • A stable platform
      • In active development
      • Solid backing by SURFNet and MadCap
  • MediaMosa Cases
    • Rabobank op de kaart
      • Video presentations
    • Flurti
      • Online video Dating platform
  • Rabobank op de kaart
    • Intranet for reporting results of region offices
    • MediaMosa
      • Uploading (with progress indicator)
      • Transcoding
      • Still generation
  • Flurti
    • Video dating
    • Multiple transcoding profiles per video
      • 10 second version
      • Full version
    • Still selectable by user
  • Video module
    • Uploading, managing and displaying video's
      • Subset of MediaMosa features
      • Features for displaying videos
    • Pluggable architecture
      • upload field
      • video player
      • transcoder
  • video_mediamosa module
    • Why?
      • Existing solutions didn't meet requirements
      • Centralizing media content storage and streaming
    • Features:
      • Pluggable transcoder for the Video module
        • Using MediaMosa Platform as a transcoding service
      • Upload field
        • With upload progress indicator, using MediaMosa
      • Selectable still from created stills
      • Multiple transcoding profiles
  • video_mediamosa process flow
  • MediaMosa usage
    • MediaMosa REST Service
      • Requesting transcoding profiles
      • Creating Assets, mediafiles, upload tickets
      • Status request for asset
      • Downloading videos
      • Upload progress
    • Direct upload of video to MediaMosa server
  • Module highlights
    • Video upload
      • Form submission
        • JavaScript for requesting upload ticket
        • Video upload via iframe
        • Upload progress (proxy via own server)
    • MediaMosa update url
      • Updating local status of video
    • Cronjob
      • Download videos & stills from MediaMosa
  • Release / future plans?
    • Release on Drupal.org?
      • Video module in active development, difficult to keep up and update API.
      • Looking at Drupal 7 for the future plans
      • Can I use it?
        • Of course! It's on the MediaMosa website
        • http://www.mediamosa.org/content/transcoding-modules
  • Thank you Questions? Michiel Nugter [email_address] Synetic BV http://www.synetic.nl