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DU Video: Some Ideas

  1. 1. DU Video: Some Ideas<br />Joseph Labrecque<br />Wednesday, May 25, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Current Situation<br />UCM produces 140+ videos every year – uncatalogued<br />Other departments also produce videos – some catalogued, some not<br />No central model - workflow for video is confusing <br />Everyone is doing something different<br />There is no official, supported “way” of doing anything<br />To be successful currently requires luck more than anything :)<br />
  3. 3. Current Needs<br />Collect good data for the time of video request<br />Integrate this with a centralized video management system<br />Ability to brand videos upon playback in a unified fashion<br />Central spot to locate video that the public can access to promote the good work done by the DU community<br />Make it SIMPLE for users to find video, edit video, and display video<br />
  4. 4. Some Ideas<br />Central media management hub built upon ALORA’s bones<br />Metadata provided by video requests, ADR, other sources<br />Ability for DU users to easily locate, modify, and distribute video<br />Online video editor similar to the CourseMedia clip generator<br />Ability to clip videos<br />Ability to sequence clips<br />Provide common video bumpers<br />Provide poster images<br />Provide transparent watermark overlays<br />Generate simple embed code to support all of this for the user<br />
  5. 5. Future Tech<br />Flash Media Server to gain the ability to stream to iOS<br />Current FMS supports standard HTTP streaming<br />Future FMS will support Apple-specific HTTP Streaming <br />Flash Media Server to gain the ability to dynamically transcode media<br />Reduce the need for multiple versions of the same video file<br />Free up space on the servers and reduce redundancy/costs<br />Stream a truly optimized version of the video to any device<br />Flash Media Server / Flash Player / AIR will support Google WebM in a set of future releases.<br />
  6. 6. Links<br />http://ctl.du.edu/staff/AlexMartinez/videoProject/ <br />https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dg992zhk_170d5nd68c3 <br />http://ctl.du.edu/staff/AlexMartinez/videoProject/<br />http://blogs.du.edu/webed/<br />
  7. 7. Questions?<br />Joseph Labrecque<br />Senior Interactive Software EngineerUniversity of Denver - CTL<br />Adobe Community ProfessionalAdobe Education Leader<br />Email:Joseph.Labrecque@du.edu<br />Web:http://JosephLabrecque.com/<br />Twitter:@JosephLabrecque<br />

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