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Webinar: Describing Media Assets – media fragment specification and description
Semantic descriptions of non-textual media available on the Web can facilitate retrieval, re-use and presentation of media assets. Semantic Web languages can represent controlled vocabularies and shared annotations of media content on the Web. By identifying concepts to consider, Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) are the building blocks of the Semantic Web. Often, particular regions of an image or particular sequences of a video need to be localized and uniquely identified in order to be used as subject or object resource in an RDF annotation. In this talk, we will first present the Media Fragment URI specification, a recent W3C recommendation that enables to uniquely identifying sub-parts of media assets in the same way that the fragment identifier in the URI can refer to part of an HTML or XML document. We will then describe models and ontologies that we will illustrate with several real world applications using semantic annotations attached to media fragments.
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.
White Paper Media Fragment Specification and Tools
Description of the Media Fragment Specification according W3C URI 1.0 with the axis temporal, spatial, track and name; Description of the Media Fragment URI Clients and Servers for the different video sharing platforms.
Addressing and Annotating Multimedia Fragments
Media fragments in media metadata - the state in research and industry
The use of Media Fragments covers analysis and annotation of media at fragment level, indexing and retrieval and use of provenance metadata to credit source and specify rights. In our use cases, we identify requirements to annotate media at fragment level with unambiguous concepts. These media descriptions may be shared with other systems so we need interoperable data models and vocabularies. This leads to our technology recommendations of the Media Ontology, Media Fragments Specification and Linked Data URIs.
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.
Describing Media Assets: Media Fragment specification and description
"Describing Media Assets: Media Fragment Specification and Description" - MediaMixer Webinar, 2 October 2013
Semantics at the multimedia fragment level or how enabling the remixing of online media
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.
Implementing the Media Fragments URI Specification
Implementing the Media Fragments URI Specification - Talk given at the Developer's Track of the 19th World Wide Web Conference (WWW'2010), Raleigh (NC), USA, April 29th 2010
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