[foms] Update on Open Video Conference
tracey at archive.org
Sat Aug 13 17:16:41 PDT 2011
Thanks for setting this up, once again!
I should be attending -- just finalizing travel plans now.
I plan to attend much of the FOMS/Open Media Developers
Do you know if there is anything going on Sep 12th?
I'm a little confused about that.
Tracey Jaquith, Internet Archive
On Aug 11, 2011, at 4:10 PM, Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
> Hi all,
> The Open Media Developers track at the Open Video Conference is
> starting to come together.
> It was announced today, see
> and right now includes the following tracks:
> * Open Media Software Developers Plenary
> * WebRTC: Realtime Communications and HTML5
> * Standards for Video Accessibility
> * WebM: Testing, Metrics and New features
> * HTML5 video players: Shortcomings of the HTML5 video API for
> cross-platform player libraries
> * Standards for HTTP Adaptive Streaming
> * Standards for Browser Video Statistics
> * Device Inputs for A/V in the Browser
> These are all pretty broad topics, so I am expecting we will have some
> smaller breakout groups on HTML5 video features as well on things such
> * Gapless playback
> * Fullscreen
> * Stretching
> * Playlist support
> However, I am right now a bit worried about the lack of non-HTML5 open
> media software topics. Desktop applications are just as important as
> the Web, in particular when it comes to creating video content. I
> would particularly love to have sessions on
> * open video editors
> * desktop media players
> * streaming servers
> * media frameworks
> * new codecs (some of this last one is captured in the WebM track,
> but could be more explicit)
> of in fact anything else that you care about.
> Do let me know if we can create a session that can scratch an itch of
> yours and that you'd like to moderate. I'd be very happy to add it.
> BTW: I've also started putting names of attendees together on a wiki
> page at http://openvideoalliance.org/wiki/index.php?title=OVC2011_OMS_Track
> . It's awefully incomplete, so if you are coming, please let me know
> so I can add your name.
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