Thanks! Looks like I missed a great presentation, thanks for the links
to your slides.
I offered to do a basic edit on the video from the livestream. Francis
sent me an mp4. I'm using Quicktime to cut it into hunks--can easily
save as a .mov or export as a m4v. I was aiming to convert them to mp4,
but then wondered where the files were going to be stored or uploaded...
In addition to this year's livestream account http://bit.ly/c4l13-stream
I see that there's also http://www.livestream.com/code4lib From what
others have said on the list it sounds like there isn't a central place
where video is being kept. For the Access conference in 2011 we put them
on the Internet Archive:
For last year's Access conference in Montreal they put the videos up on
I'm not a digital library person (and I know there's a bunch of smart
folks who work in that area on this list), happy to let others make the
bigger decision about how we archive conference slides and video.
I want to split these files into the sessions because I want colleagues
to be able to view some specific talks. Ideally I'd like to split them
up in a way that's useful for other folks too.
On 15/02/2013 11:56 AM, Jason Ronallo wrote:
> Thank you for doing this!
> OK, my presentation was on HTML5 video, so let's see if I can help.
> What's the source video--where did you get it? How are you planning on
> making it accessible? Where will the video be hosted? (Where the video
> is hosted could be different from any interface where it is made
> If we can make them accessible on the Code4Lib site, I'd suggest
> web-optimized MP4 and WebM. If you do the splitting and naming into
> individual files in MP4 or another common format, I can try to help
> with processing the video into the proper formats.
> We'd still need to figure out where the actual video files would be
> hosted, though. Can we host them on the Internet Archive? If so, we
> could still potentially display them within the Code4Lib pages
> dedicated to each presentation. (My cloud rickroll/switcheroo example
> was brought in directly from IA. )
> But I did a quick test and was not allowed to embed a video into the page here:
> The video tag is there in the markup that can be edited but that
> markup appears to be stripped out when displayed to the user. Anyone
> know if that is something that could be fixed or worked around?
> Let me know how I can help.
>  http://html5-video-presentation.herokuapp.com/#switcheroo
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 2:20 PM, Tara Robertson
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>> I'm editing the video from code4lib into the sesison chunks.
>> What format should I export the videos as? Anything else I should be aware
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