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Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service
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Upmedia an enterprise wide user driven media service

Dr Martin Walter

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  • https://mysite.plymouth.ac.uk/personal/mwalter/Lists/MW%20Demo%20UPmedia%20Library/AllItems.aspxhttp://upmedia.plymouth.ac.uk/http://media.plymouth.ac.uk/http://itunes.apple.com/gb/institution/university-of-plymouth/id400429325
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    • 1. UPmedia, an enterprise wide user-driven media service, supporting T&L and integrating with iTunes U.Dr Martin WalterBEng (Hons), PGCert LTHE, PhDMIET, FHEAPlymouth University
    • 2. Session overview• UPmedia overview• Technologies involved• How it works - demo• File formats• Copyright, release and licensing• Rollup, reuse and publishing• iTunes U (syndication)• Service usage• The future• Questions Dr Martin Walter
    • 3. UPMEDIA CONCEPTUALOVERVIEW Dr Martin Walter
    • 4. Presentation MySite/ … Tulip/Scolar e-portfolio/PPPUPmedia on Research demand pages Course pages …video library search Extranet www.plymouth.ac.uk Storage Channels Categories Meta Data Ownership media.plymouth.ac.uk Upload and Tulip/ MySite …CMS Courses CMS Scolar (e-portfolio/PPP) ??? categorise Content editing systems Dr Martin Walter
    • 5. TECHNOLOGIES INVOLVED Dr Martin Walter
    • 6. Upload• Packetized upload • Fall-back position• Good for ‘slower’ connections • Limited to maximum of 2GB file• Drag and drop • Susceptible to timeout limits • Issues with larger file upload from slower connections Dr Martin Walter
    • 7. Media encoding and delivery RTSP Dr Martin Walter
    • 8. Presentation – T&L MySite Dr Martin Walter
    • 9. Presentation –institution and public media library Dr Martin Walter
    • 10. Presentation – public website Dr Martin Walter
    • 11. Presentation - syndication Dr Martin Walter
    • 12. HOW IT WORKS – DEMO… Dr Martin Walter
    • 13. FILE FORMATS Dr Martin Walter
    • 14. Upload• Video – avi, flv, mp4. mpg, mov, wmv – m4a, m4v (auto renamed to mp4)• Audio – mp3, wav, wma• Recommendation – Square pixel encoding – Standard frame sizes – Ensure files comply with relevant standard • Video and audio stream present • Appropriate A/V codec pairing• Format Factory Dr Martin Walter
    • 15. Output• Real media (.rm) – RTSP• H.264 (.mp4/.3gp) – RTSP, RTMP, HTTP• mp3 – RTSP, RTMP, HTTP• High bandwidth – 768k for video – 128k/192k for audio• Low bandwidth – 256k for video – 44k for audio Dr Martin Walter
    • 16. COPYRIGHT, RELEASE ANDLICENSING Dr Martin Walter
    • 17. Agreements• Rights are different for staff and students – Students own their work – Staff work is owned by institution • Unless it’s private practice – Separate agreement for SCOLAR submission, in line with assessment policy• License documents based on – Web2Rights www.Web2Rights.org.uk/documents.html – JISC Dr Martin Walter
    • 18. Copyright - licences• Creative Commons (non-exclusive) – http://www.creativecommons.org – BY-NC-SA 2.0 UK: England and Wales – BY-NC-ND 2.0 UK: England and Wales Dr Martin Walter
    • 19. ROLLUP, REUSE ANDPUBLISHING Dr Martin Walter
    • 20. Review and moderation Owner GroupInstitution World Syndication Dr Martin Walter
    • 21. ITUNES U (SYNDICATION) Dr Martin Walter
    • 22. iTunes U content• Purpose of your iTunes U site – Promote the institution• iTunes U categories vs institutional categories – Corporate content – Narrow Interest Areas – Broad Subject Areas – Student Work• Access and rights Dr Martin Walter
    • 23. SERVICE USAGE Dr Martin Walter
    • 24. Use in T&L• Submission of assessments – Video/audio work – Presentation• Recorded lecture – ‘Lecture capture’ – Visiting speakers• Field work and trips• International trips• Narration and critique• Recapping topics – Bite-sized segments – Revision – Preparatory work• Exemplar work Dr Martin Walter
    • 25. UPmedia content by service TulipMySite 39% 47% T&L 42% Emily 3% Website Intranet 9% 2% Dr Martin Walter
    • 26. UPmedia content visibilityInternal reuse iTunes U and only UPmedia site 6% 28% Public 37% Private 49% UPmedia only 9% Dr Martin Walter
    • 27. Dr Martin Walter
    • 28. NOW AND THE FUTURE Dr Martin Walter
    • 29. Currently• Integrated with T&L (and other services – public website etc.)• Uses definitive data sources for metadata lookup – Active Directory, Unit-e• Multi-format upload• Cross-platform content delivery – PC, Mac, mobile – iPad, iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, Android …• Devolved access and permissions management – Facilitations• Assessment submission• Delayed/scheduled release• Bulk, remote and automated upload• Live streaming/broadcast• Archiving• Syndication (iTunes U, Social Networks etc.) Dr Martin Walter
    • 30. Future development options• Direct input from lecture capture – Tech Smith - Camtasia Relay• Integration of off-air recording – ONELAN - Omni server• HD content encoding and delivery• Ultra low bandwidth content delivery• Unified live broadcast• Closed Captions (CC)• Extend support for other iTunes U content – ePub, enhanced podcast, documents etc.• Automated rollup web-parts – Related content, ‘my videos’• ‘Open search’ interface for federation• Approval and moderation [policy needed] Dr Martin Walter
    • 31. QUESTIONS? Dr Martin Walter
    • 32. References• UPmedia• http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/upmedia• http://upmedia.plymouth.ac.uk• Software• http://www.streaming.co.uk/• http://www.realnetworks.com/helix/streaming-media-products/• Copyright/IPR• http://creativecommons.org/• http://www.jisclegal.ac.uk/LegalAreas/CopyrightIPR.aspx• http://www.web2rights.org.uk/documents.html Dr Martin Walter

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