[theora] W3C Video on the Web Workshop
dale at ucsc.edu
Sat Nov 17 15:08:48 PST 2007
I will be summiting a position paper today. I will be pushing the
technology set of xiph, and annodex as viable open standard for video on
the web. I will push for standardization around free formats &
containers. I will highlight the working example of metavid and
wikipedia using firefox3. .
Hopefully I will also have time to throw together some in-browser close
caption demo using annodex/cmml embed in the ogg stream and or parallel
xml file access.
If anyone else from xiph community is going please msg me so we can
coordinate a bit.
Ivo Emanuel Gonçalves wrote:
> The W3C will host a workshop to discuss video on the Web in 12-13
> December 2007, San Jose, California. I think it's important that
> someone from Xiph, or an enthusiastic fan of Theora would participate.
> There is no participation fee and you do not need to be a W3C member
> to participate, so if you are in the area why not consider going? You
> only have to register to participate.
> All kind of details may be found at http://www.w3.org/2007/08/video/
> Theora, Theora RTP, the HTML 5 video and audio elements, SMIL 3.0...
> those should be brought into discussion to make everyone aware that
> Theora should be the standard for video in the Web (and the Internet).
> You never know, maybe as a result Microsoft may consider supporting
> it in their browser.
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