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Article VideoLecturesMashup - Remixing Lecture Videos for Topical e-learning Across Video Repositories
This paper presents the first use case demonstrator, based on a proof of concept realisation with MediaMixer technology. We present the demonstrator, outlining the path to its implementation and identifying the solution it offers to organisations in the e-learning domain. A link to an online UI or video of the demonstrator is given.
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Article Webinar: Re-use as a Benefit: a use case in the newsroom
In this webinar we focus on how media fragments and semantic technology benefit the media owner and consumer, as demonstrated in a use cases implemented by the project. The Broadcast Newsroom will show the support of news editors by recommending video snippets from heterogeneous footage related to the current working focus. The solution derives a ranked list of recommendations from meta data annotated media fragments of the materials by using semantic fingerprinting, entity enrichment and disambiguation.
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Article Webinar: What is MediaMixing? – making media more valuable for its owner and more useful for its consumer
MediaMixer is an EU funded project to support organisations in enhancing their media contents to create greater value and extend their reach across customers, consumers and the media value chain. MediaMixer promotes new technologies which enable the fragmentation of media items into distinct parts which can be re-purposed and re-sold.In this talk, project coordinator Dr Lyndon Nixon will outline the MediaMixer vision, grounding it in organisational trends to create and re-use increasing amounts of media assets, and backing it up with a look at the limitations of current media technology solutions. He will explain how MediaMixer can support interested organisations to adopt and use new technology for working with audiovisual media.
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Article Re-Use of Media Fragments
This tutorial describes using the Smart Media Engine (SME) for provision and recommendation of Media Fragments from different in-house, free or third party video sources. Media fragments are enabled to be re-used in the production of new videos for news, documentary or reports.
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Article MediaMixer Core Technology Report
MediaMixer promotes technology for fragmenting media assets and making it possible to annotate these fragments for subsequent retrieval and re-mixing in new contexts. We believe this can help media owners to derive more value from their assets by making those assets more useful for media consumers. The MediaMixer technology report presents and explains these technologies and points to available tools and services to include their functionality into a media workflow.
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Article Semantics at the multimedia fragment level or how enabling the remixing of online media
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Article Improving interactive video retrieval by exploiting automatically-extracted video structural semantics
Semantic video retrieval as a key application uses automatic extraction of video structural semantics. This can be done using existing state‐of‐the‐art scene segmentation algorithms.
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Article Advanced methods and tools for Web-Based education
Methods used for enhancement of web-based education: Automated transcription/translation and media fragment mixing. The Matterhorn/OpenCast platform and the MediaMixer and Translectures projects are presented.
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Article MediaMixer: facilitating media fragments mixing and its rights management using semantic technologies
An overview over the MediaMixer project: fragmenting media assets, annotating them using semantic descriptions, exposing these descriptions for fragment level search and selection and representing rights information using a copyright ontology.
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