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HTML5 and <video>

Panel at Open Video Conference
         20th June 2009
Panellists
• Eric Carlson
            Apple
• Michael Dale
            Xiph, Wikimedia, Kaltura, Metavid
• Viktor Gal
    ...
Issues
•   Status of HTML5 video
•   Demos
•   Baseline codec
•   Annotations
•   Track selection
•   Others
Status of HTML5 video
• WHATWG HTML5 video spec:
  http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-
    apps/current-work/#video

• Media ...
Firefox 3.5

     Adaptation for Firefox (Chris Double)

   Liboggplay (Viktor Gal) , libsydneyaudio

           Liboggz (...
Opera

Adaptation for Opera (Philip Jägenstedt)

GStreamer                 DirectShow

                       Oggcodecs
  ...
Webkit

GStreamer         QuickTime Framework

                         XiphQT
                      (Arek Korbik)

      ...
Chrome

Chrome Adaptation



     ffmpeg
Demos
Baseline Codec
Annotations:

    closed captions
        subtitles
time-aligned meta data
    DOM exposure
Track Selection:

 multiple audio tracks
multiple annotation tracks
  language selection
  content negotiation
Other topics:

  in-browser a/v capture
live video communication
    playlists / streaming
 video editor functionality
  m...
Questions
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  1. 1. HTML5 and <video> Panel at Open Video Conference 20th June 2009
  2. 2. Panellists • Eric Carlson Apple • Michael Dale Xiph, Wikimedia, Kaltura, Metavid • Viktor Gal Mozilla, Xiph & Annodex • Jan Gerber Xiph, Pad.me, ffmpeg2theora • Philip Jägenstedt Opera • Silvia Pfeiffer Mozilla, Xiph & Annodex
  3. 3. Issues • Status of HTML5 video • Demos • Baseline codec • Annotations • Track selection • Others
  4. 4. Status of HTML5 video • WHATWG HTML5 video spec: http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web- apps/current-work/#video • Media Fragments spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/media-frags-reqs/ • Browser & server support
  5. 5. Firefox 3.5 Adaptation for Firefox (Chris Double) Liboggplay (Viktor Gal) , libsydneyaudio Liboggz (Conrad Parker) Ogg Vorbis Theora Skeleton Kate (Monty) (Monty) (derf) (Annodex) (ogg.k)
  6. 6. Opera Adaptation for Opera (Philip Jägenstedt) GStreamer DirectShow Oggcodecs (Christian Adam) Ogg Vorbis Theora Skeleton (Monty) (Monty) (derf) (Annodex)
  7. 7. Webkit GStreamer QuickTime Framework XiphQT (Arek Korbik) Liboggz (Conrad Parker) Ogg Vorbis Theora Skeleton (Monty) (Monty) (derf) (Annodex)
  8. 8. Chrome Chrome Adaptation ffmpeg
  9. 9. Demos
  10. 10. Baseline Codec
  11. 11. Annotations: closed captions subtitles time-aligned meta data DOM exposure
  12. 12. Track Selection: multiple audio tracks multiple annotation tracks language selection content negotiation
  13. 13. Other topics: in-browser a/v capture live video communication playlists / streaming video editor functionality media server support / simplification
  14. 14. Questions
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