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 statistics and applications in English Wikipedia
- Designing a fully distributed collaborative video editing ecosystem for the future
- Partner: Mozilla's Webmaker Popcorn - a browser-based multimedia assembly interface
- Partner: Internet Archive for uploading, transcoding and storage
- How to create a wiki-like workflow for distributed collaborative video production
- What do video equivalents of edit history, diffs, recent changes, et al. look like?
- What additional tools do video makers need to collaborate?
- How are functions like logging, storyboarding or script writing supported?
- Workshop (time permitting, or in the Unconference)
- One goal is to get feedback from the audience on how to create a "concept video" that best illustrates how a final system might function
- What topic would be ideal to make a "footage call" so that anyone in the world could shoot video and contribute to a larger montage video?
- Length of presentation
- 45 to 60 minutes
- Special schedule requests
- Saturday preferred, for Brion Vibber's schedule
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