SharePoint 2013 Video, Audio and Images and Digital Asset Management with Joel Oleson in Slovenia
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SharePoint 2013 Video, Audio and Images and Digital Asset Management with Joel Oleson in Slovenia

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SharePoint 2013 Video enhancements and What's New. In this session we dig into the new HTML5 player and embedding youtube videos, and embedding videos from SharePoint in other websites.

SharePoint 2013 Video enhancements and What's New. In this session we dig into the new HTML5 player and embedding youtube videos, and embedding videos from SharePoint in other websites.

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SharePoint 2013 Video, Audio and Images and Digital Asset Management with Joel Oleson in Slovenia SharePoint 2013 Video, Audio and Images and Digital Asset Management with Joel Oleson in Slovenia Presentation Transcript

  • Video Enhancements in SharePoint 2013 + Reality Check PRESENTED BY Joel Oleson Managing Director & SharePoint Evangelist ViewDo Labs @joeloleson
  • Joel Oleson – CollabShow.com @joeloleson 2 First SharePoint Admin #1 SharePoint Influencer 2012 by Forbes Columnist Voted Most Popular SharePoint Blogger 2012 Epic Traveler - TravelingEpic.com – Speaking and Traveling to over 100 UN Countries CollabShow.com and Wired Magazine Column | Slide
  • It’s Time for Video to Become a First-Class Citizen of the Enterprise One of the most popular activities on the Internet. 89 million people in the United States are going to watch 1.2 billion online videos today. (ComScore) Online video now accounts for 50 percent of all mobile traffic and up to 69 percent of traffic on certain networks. (Bytemobile Mobile Analytics Report) | Slide
  • What’s New in SharePoint 2013 for Video • • • • • • • • • • • • • HTML5 Player & Silverlight player Digital Asset Content Type Videos are Document Sets Video Thumbnail Enhancements New Video Player Page Video Embedding Drag and Drop Videos More Social: Tag People for a Video Play Videos from Mobile Devices Tagging, Ratings Support for Multi Bitrate & Codecs Search Vertical for Videos Video Search Results call out | Slide
  • Video Content Type | Slide
  • Thumbnail Capture • Server Generated • Sometimes Automatic • Client Generated • Capture from Video • Upload picture • Picture from URL | Slide
  • The New HTML5 Player Auto Play Multiple Codecs Touch Enabled Download link Embedding Falls back to Silverlight if HTML5 is not supported | Slide
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  • DEMO – Video and Thumbnail Capture | Slide
  • Embed or Be Embedded Upload video from my computer URL or UNC to Video File Embed a video from the web | Slide
  • Embed Paste Embed Code | Slide
  • DEMO – EMBEDING VIDEO | Slide
  • Embedding External Content Embed Youtube Document Set – Add Related Content People In Video Add Thumbnail | Slide
  • Call outs and Search Display | Slide
  • Video Formats Mostly Works • WMV • OGV • MP4 | Slide Not Supported • AVI • MOV • 3GP • Etc….
  • Not Always Perfect… | Slide
  • Common Issues Usability – Thumbnails rarely Auto generate – Finding the ability to add the Thumbnail is difficult – Knowing What File Types and Codecs are Supported is Trial & Lots of Error – Drag and Drop Times out Frequently and Often Hangs (but works behind the scenes) – Sizes – Very difficult to determine if upload will fail or succeed. – Defaults aren’t friendly – Ratings off, Metadata needs to be turned on – UI is a challenge for external embedding – Browsers handle playback different – IE 10 may not detect HTML5 support and require Silverlight download – There is no 64 bit Silverlight player and may not fail to HTML5 player | Slide
  • DEMO – SharePoint MOBILE & VIDEO | Slide
  • DEMO – SharePoint Embed | Slide
  • Q&A @joeloleson | Slide