[FFmpeg-devel] Fw: [foms] Paper submissions to LCA
Wed Jul 15 20:34:44 CEST 2009
I don't feel qualified to speak for ffmpeg, but 2 potential topics
would be Chrome, and subtitles:
1. The Chrome topic, because Chrome/Chromium use ffmpeg to implement
html5 video tag. We could talk about whats great, and not so great,
about using ffmpeg, which would hopefully lead to improvements.
2. I've been talking to Silvia and others about subtitles. We'd hoped
to get it into html5 spec, but the state of technology is not ready.
There is some support for ttxt in quicktime. The ogg folks are
pushing for Kate. When the content is in the video, the format
matters less - whats important is a consistent API for accessing it.
That points to html5 spec, so browsers and web authors have a
consistent way to select the content and ffmpeg support for
FOMS workshop is in New Zealand eh. It would be fun to attend, but
its kinda far.
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 6:03 AM, Peter Ross<pross at xvid.org> wrote:
> The Linux.Conf.Au 2010 call for papers closes next week. Silvia Pfeiffer
> (who heads the FOMS workshops) has suggested a technical paper on FFmpeg
> would be well received. I tend to agree.
> So, anyone else interested in co-authing a paper? There are a slew of topics
> to choose from. Details below.
> -- Peter
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> Hi all,
> The call for papers (talks and tutorials) for Linux.conf.au will close
> on the 24th July, which is only 10 days away.
> The call for miniconfs even closes this weekend, 17th July.
> Linux.conf.au is on in the week before FOMS
> (http://www.foms-workshop.org/) at the same location!
> There aren't any audio or video related talk proposals yet, so go and
> submit your latest hacks in multimedia as a paper proposal.
> Also, we are rather keen to have a tutorial on html5 audio/video. I am
> rather keen to be part of this tutorial submission, so if somebody is
> interested in proposing such a tutorial, I'd be more than happy to
> join in. Tutorials should be hands-on, so it would require at minimum
> going through the whole production process of a Website with html5
> video using Ogg Theora/Vorbis, how to encode, edit it, making it work
> on different browsers, producing subtitles, skinning the player - all
> this kind of stuff. Contact me if you want to help put such a tutorial
> Go do your submission! And remember: it is possible to get a travel
> sponsorship from LCA, but if you are asking for one, it may make it
> less likely to get accepted to the conference because there is only a
> limited amount of travel funding available.
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