Submissions:2015/Video in Wikimedia: Today and Tomorrow
- Video in Wikimedia: Today and Tomorrow
- tech and community
- Type of submission
- panel and workshop
- Andrew Lih, Brion Vibber
- E-mail address
- American University, Wikimedia Foundation
- State of open video standards - Overview of Ogg Theora and WebM
- Community RFC on using MPEG-4 - January 2014 RFC on video standards adoption and using patent encumbered formats
- Implications of open source requirements for users, creators and uploaders - formats, editing tools, browsers, codecs
- Rationale, design and implementation of the German Schnittserver (editing server) project
- Overview of video content in English Wikipedia
- Creating a fully distributed collaborative video editing ecosystem for the future
- Mozilla's Webmaker Popcorn - a browser-based multimedia assembly interface
- Internet Archive for uploading, transcoding and storage
- Designing a wiki-like workflow for distributed collaborative video production
- Video equivalents of edit history, diffs, recent changes, et al.
What are videos for in Wikipedia? Discuss the articles that contain the majority of videos today, and identify categories ripe for video content, Challenges in viewing, producing and uploading - A discussion of what devices can and cannot view Commons video today, why your iOS device can't view video, and the efforts needed to produce, edit and upload video
- Length of presentation
- 45 to 60 minutes
- Special schedule requests
- Saturday preferred, for Brion Vibber's schedule
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