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On Nov 26, 2011 4:06 PM, "Hogue Melanie" <[log in to unmask]>
> I'm not one who is highly knowlegable about video; but didn't I hear that
> Adobe is not going to move forward with Flash anymore (because of HTML5)?
> Melanie Amy Hogue
> Manager of Online Resources & Reports
> Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
> From: Code for Libraries on behalf of Ken Irwin
> Sent: Sat 11/26/2011 3:07 PM
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] best practices for video accessibility?
> Hi all,
> I'm working with someone who's working to make their videos available
> online and is particularly looking for mobile accessibility. That seems to
> be a moving target these days, and I'm wondering if anyone with more
> experience in this area might have some best-practices up their sleeve.
> We're trying to figure out:
> 1) What size & format to render the original vids in so they will be most
> accessible, and
> 2) Which sizes and formats to make the lower-res videos available too.
> Flash, OGG, and MP4(H.264) are all on our radar.
> I think that Adobe Premier or something similar is probably the tool
> they'll be using. They're looking at about 800 videos, so getting it right
> the first time is highly desirable!
> Any thoughts?