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  1. 1. Video Streaming in the Lee Library Present and Future
  2. 2. 4 Digital Media Delivery Options • Streaming Digital Media: Content received over the Internet for real-time playback on demand • Downloaded Digital Media: Content received over the Internet and downloaded onto BYU’s server(s) for playback over a local area network • Pre-loaded Media Server: A hard drive is loaded with digital media files and then delivered to BYU where it is connected to the local area network for playback • Individual Digital Media: Specific media content is delivered on CD-ROM or DVD for playback on a desktop computer or DVD player
  3. 3. Internet-Based vs. Locally-Based Digital Delivery... • There are two fundamental categories of digital delivery: 1. Internet-Based Service 2. Locally-Based Service.
  4. 4. Internet Based Services • Enables access to digital media over the Internet • Purchase and view your content stored on a remote server through a web browser • View program previews, teachers’ guides, online assignment pages, and other electronic resources that help you integrate media into your classroom
  5. 5. Locally-based Service • Media is stored on a server within BYU • View your content through a web browser, but it is accessed from a local server at your location instead of a remote server • Just like with an Internet-Based Service, a local server allows you to view and use any available electronic resources
  6. 6. Internet-Based Service Streaming Digital Media • Digital media in your collection is accessed over the Internet and viewed as a real-time streaming video feed directly to your computer • Storage of the media resides off-site and is accessed as required. • Eliminates the need for large-scale, on-site digital media storage capacity.
  7. 7. Benefits • Requires no local storage space • Includes a web-based user interface that allows you to search, sort, and view your digital media • Your digital content can be accessed from anywhere at any time • You can view an entire program or just a specific segment of content
  8. 8. Downloaded Digital Media • Digital media in your collection is received via Internet downloads to your institution’s local server(s) for playback over your local area network and display on your computer
  9. 9. Benefits • All media files are stored locally • Digital media can be viewed from anywhere in the institution • You can use a variety of user interfaces and tools to access and view your digital media • You can use a higher quality digital media file than with a streaming solution
  10. 10. Benefits (Cont.) • New digital media can be easily added to your digital collection • Downloads of digital media can be scheduled during off-peak times (like nights and weekends) • Digital Rights Management (DRM) provides copyright protection of the downloaded content
  11. 11. Locally-Based Service Pre-Loaded Media Server • A collection of your selected digital media is pre-loaded on computer hard drive that can be connected to your institution’s local area network.
  12. 12. Benefits • No broadband Internet connection needed • All media files are stored locally on a separate server • Digital media can be viewed from anywhere in the institution • You can use a variety of user interfaces and tools to access and view your digital media
  13. 13. Benefits (Cont.) • You can use a higher quality digital media file than with a streaming solution • New digital media can be easily added to your digital collection • Digital Rights Management (DRM) provides copyright protection of the downloaded content
  14. 14. Internet-Based Service Individual Digital Media • Digital content is stored and delivered on a physical piece of media – a CD-ROM or DVD- ROM. It can then be copied onto your institution’s local server(s) for playback over your local area network or viewed independently on stand-alone DVD players or computer DVD drives.
  15. 15. Production Process

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