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Eveline Daems Productmanager video, Kennisnet - 29 maart 2011

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

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Web-based video for educational purposes

  1. 1. Web-based video for educational purposes<br />Eveline Daems Productmanager video<br />29 maart 2011<br />
  2. 2. History of video<br />Webcam<br />Webcast<br />VCR Sony<br />3D foto<br />video <br />tape <br />recorder<br />iPhone<br />1996<br />1994<br />2000<br />1999<br />CD<br />1951<br />1976<br />1971<br />1965<br />1997<br />1982<br />1992<br />2004<br />2006<br />2005<br />2008<br />2007<br />2010<br />2009<br />1995<br />Breedband<br />via kabel<br />VHS<br />HomeVTR <br />Audio<br />ADSL<br />3D beamer<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Trends in Video<br />HD video is the standard <br />HTML5 offers simplicity<br />4K is here to stay<br />3D is hot (notenougheducational content though) Palm top theater<br />Interactive video is on the move (annotationeditorYoutube) PrittExperience<br />28-3-2011<br />
  4. 4. 28-3-2011<br />Traffic ?<br />
  5. 5. Forecast Cisco<br /><ul><li>2009: Global IP traffic grew 45 % to 176 exabytes per year or 15 exabytes per month.
  6. 6. 2014: Annual global IP traffic will exceed 2/3 of a zettabyte (767 exabytes).
  7. 7. The average monthly traffic in 2014 will be equivalent to 32 million people streaming Avatar in 3D, continuously for the entire month.</li></ul>28-3-2011<br />Source: Cisco VNI, 2010<br />1 Petabyte = 1,000 Terabytes or 250.000 DVDs<br />1 Exabyte = 1,000 Petabytes or 250 million DVDs<br />1 Zettabyte = 1,000 Exabytes or 250 billion DVDs<br />
  8. 8. Question: <br />How much of this traffic will be video in 2014?<br />(all video=TV, video on demand, Internet, and P2P) <br />28-3-2011<br />Source: Cisco VNI, 2010<br />
  9. 9. Question: <br />How much of this traffic will be video in 2014?<br />>91%<br />(all video=TV, video on demand, Internet, and P2P) <br />28-3-2011<br />Source: Cisco VNI, 2010<br />
  10. 10. StatisticsYoutube<br />8<br />Bron: Remco Bron<br />2 billion videos per day<br />33 hours of video upload per minute<br />Visitors: 15 min a day<br />In 60 days the same amount is uploaded as 30 TV channels broadcast in 60 years<br />2nd search engine of the world<br />1 billion subscribers<br />
  11. 11. Video sharing sites<br />9<br />
  12. 12. So why do we need Mediamosa?<br />Mediamosa offers a number of building blocks for web-based video<br />It enables collection providers to focus on presentation<br />28-3-2011<br />Mediamosa.org<br />
  13. 13. 1.Mediamosa offers a number of building blocks for web-based video<br />Some key features are lacking in the market<br />Authorization and authentication<br />(user)access to collections requires careful organization<br />Metadata<br />finding content is essential<br />Collection management<br />guarantees for quality, format, availability, service (contract) duration<br />11<br />
  14. 14. 2. It enables collection providers to focus on presentation<br />Mediamosa is an open source platform service<br />Collection providers want to offer their content to their targeted educational sector under their own label<br />forexample: noads<br />Flexible investments in streaming servers, storage, transcoding<br />Make or buy<br />12<br />
  15. 15. Kennisnet Videoplatform basedonMediamosaThe playing-field<br />13<br />
  16. 16. Teleblik<br />Teleblik is free for teachers and students <br />Teleblik contains 11.000 hours of audiovisual material<br />Edit and share your own clips in Teleblik<br />Teleblik offers featured media on website and in newsletter <br />Lessons learned:<br />So Mediamosa is open source but the content has copy right<br />The collection is made public through three end user applications, ergo resource sharing<br />28-3-2011<br />www.Teleblik.nl<br />
  17. 17. Leraar24<br />Leraar24 is an online platform from, for and by teachers aimed at supporting them in their teaching practice. Leraar24 is an efficient, round-the-clock, free source of information for teachers that can help them grow in their profession.<br />Lessons learned<br />Content will be made available on mobile devices<br />Original files should be kept just in case<br />www.leraar24.nl<br />
  18. 18. ETV<br />ETV.nl (educational TV) offers educational regional broadcasts, learning material targetted towards vocational studies and adults <br />Lessons learned:<br />Perception management  clip editor<br />One person is user of the front end, video’s are shown on regular website<br />ETV.nl<br />16<br />
  19. 19. S-TV<br />S-TV Broadcast Your School is a national organization that supports secondary schools with educational video. S-TV started as a regional pilotproject aiming to engage youth in video. Meanwhile S-TV now supports 60 schools in the Netherlands and aim to double that number in 2011.<br />Lessons Learned<br />Quality: garbage in is garbage out<br />Built in flexibility in EGA development Service Level Agreement with development party<br />Introduce simple account management<br />www.s-tv.nl/<br />17<br />
  20. 20. Any questions?<br />18<br />
  21. 21. More information<br /><ul><li>www.teleblik.nl
  22. 22. www.twitter.com/Teleblik
  23. 23. www.leraar24.nl
  24. 24. www.etv.nl
  25. 25. www.ed-it.nu/
  26. 26. www.s-tv.nl/
  27. 27. www.surfmedia.nl
  28. 28. E.daems@kennisnet.nl
  29. 29. M.pluijmaekers@kennisnet.nl
  30. 30. Video.kennisnet.nl</li></ul>19<br />