Enhanced Video Experience inSharePoint 2013A picture is worth a thousand words, but did you know that a video is worth a thousand pictures?
Agenda HTML 5 video player The new video player page Easy video upload Build-in thumbnail capture Digital content types Tagging, rating, view counts Video Renditions Supported video types Videos in search
HTML 5 Video PlayerA picture is worth a thousand words, but did youknow that a video is worth a thousand pictures?• Built-in HTML5 media player• Support exposing an embedcode• Video on the web withoutplugins• Now you can play videos onmobile devices such as iOSthat dont support Silverlight• If the format is not playableby the HTML5 player, then itwill use Silverlight
The new video playerpageSharePoint 2013 offers a video player page foreach video, which surfaces the video with itsmetadata…These include:• Name• Description• Owner• The people in video• Related documents• Download link• Created by & on• Rating• Number of views...etc
Easy video uploadUpload videos to a library that has the videocontent type enabledthe Asset Library: customized forstoring digital assets.Hey.. You can upload videos byDrag & Drop !Second way:• Upload video from my computer• Provide a link to a video• Provide code to embed a videofrom the web
Build-in thumbnailcaptureYou can use client-side thumbnail generator to setthose perfect moments as thumbnails for yourvideosThree types of thumbnailing:• Server-generatedOR• User-selectedOR• Use a picture from a web address.
Digital content typesMS has introduced a new set of content typescalled “Digital Asset Content Types” for better useof Audio, Video, Images as Web content• Audio• Video• Images
Tagging, rating, viewcountsVideo tagging, rating, and view counts. All thesefeatures take you a step closer in personalizing yourvideo experience• Get to know the people inthat video• Let people rate your videos• You can know how popular isyour video
Video RenditionsThe video renditions feature lets you uploadmultiple renditions of a video-whether they are…• Different codecs/formats• Different bitrates• Switching renditions on-the-fly• By default, the video with thelowest bitrate is chosen, toconserve bandwidth• Manage Renditions page
Supported videotypes• Asf• Avi• Mpg• Mp3• Mp4• Ogg• Ogv• Webm• Wma• wmvSharePoint’s Media Web Part, does have specificfile formats it supports. For HTML5, it supports: