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Ip video institutional opportunities and challenges andy covell ensemble video

IP Video:

Institutional Opportunities

and Challenges

Andy Covell

Ensemble Video

[email protected]

(315)378-0234


What is it

What is it?


Agenda

AGENDA

  • IP video applications

  • Enabling technologies

  • Challenges

  • Tips for success with video-on-demand


Syracuse and cny

Syracuse and CNY

Syracuse University

  • Orange TV

  • Information Technology and Services

  • Law School

  • iSchool

  • Division of Student Affairs

  • English Department

  • School of Education

  • Coalition of Museum and Art Centers

  • Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

  • Arts and Sciences

  • Arts and Sciences Visitor Center

  • School of Architecture

  • University College

  • Center of Excellence

  • Healthy Monday Initiative

  • Whitman School of Management

  • Syracuse University Brass Ensemble

  • Bird Library Special Collections

  • Enitiative

  • Non-Profits

  • Delavan Art Gallery

  • Cultural Resources Council

  • Jazz Central

  • Syracuse Peace Council

  • North Syracuse Central School District

  • Christian Brothers Academy

  • Syracuse University

  • Syracuse Northeast Community Center

  • Rosamond Gifford Zoo

  • Onondaga Historical Association

  • School of Architecture

  • Partners for Arts Education

  • MedTech

  • Tully Central Schools

  • Greening USA

  • CNY Chinese School

  • Westcott Community Center

  • Society for New Music


Ip video institutional opportunities and challenges andy covell ensemble video

Enabling

Technologies


Broadband

BROADBAND


Broadband1

BROADBAND


Broadband2

BROADBAND


Storage

STORAGE

2007

Terabyte iSCSI SAN – approximately $7,000

Mirrored drives with hot spare


Storage1

STORAGE

250 thirty minute videos


Compression

COMPRESSION

CODECS

On2 V6 – Flash

VC-1 – Windows Media 9

H.264 – Quicktime/MPEG4


Compression1

COMPRESSION

COMPRESSION ARTIFACTS


Compression2

COMPRESSION

QP is a measure of how encoded each frame is, with higher values more highly compressed. In VC-1, the range is 0-31.

A good rule of thumb is that QP of much below 8 looks pretty good, and QP of 8 or above...won't. Now, a live SD encode

at 600 Kbps is pretty darn aggressive, so there's plenty of spots where both encodes certainly show artifacts. And quality varies

a lot throughout the file as the complexity of the video goes up and down, as this is a Constant Bitrate (CBR) encode.

Note the relatively low QPs near the end of the file, where the easy credits scroll comes in.

But still, the modern VC-1 implementation (in red) with all of the above is dramatically better. While the old encoder (in blue) spikes all the way up to the maximum QP of 31, the new one is typically several QP lower, and maxes out at a QP of 20 instead. From Ben Waggoner’s blog: http://on10.net/BLOGS/BENWAGG/


Format wars

FORMAT WARS

FORMATS

Quicktime

MPEG4

Windows Media

Real Media

Flash Video

MEDIA SERVERS

Quicktime Streaming Server

Darwin Streaming Server

Windows Media Server

Flash Media Server

Wowza Flash Streaming Server

Web Server (progressive download)


Video production

VIDEO PRODUCTION


Videoconference recording

VIDEOCONFERENCE RECORDING

TANDBERG Content Server


Videoconference recording1

VIDEOCONFERENCE RECORDING


Lecture capture

LECTURE CAPTURE


Lecture capture1

LECTURE CAPTURE


Screen capture

SCREEN CAPTURE


Personal computer editing encoding tools

PERSONAL COMPUTER EDITING/ENCODING TOOLS


Personal computer editing encoding tools1

PERSONAL COMPUTER EDITING/ENCODING TOOLS


Ip video

IP VIDEO

Opportunities!


Ip video1

IP VIDEO

Laggards

Mainstream

Early followers

Adoption

Early adopters

Bleeding edge

Time


Challenges

CHALLENGES!

  • Multiple individuals/departments creating and using IP video

  • Multiple video content/creation technologies

  • Multiple media formats and servers

  • Multiple Web properties where video assets should be published


Challenges1

CHALLENGES!

  • How can you support and encourage more users and applications?

  • How do you deal with hosting and serving media in multiple formats?

  • How can you make it easy for users to catalog, publish, find, and view video?

  • How do you control access to restricted video sources?

  • How do you enable content sharing?


Ip video institutional opportunities and challenges andy covell ensemble video

TOP TEN

TIPS

FOR

IP VIDEO SUCCESS


Top ten tips for success

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

10. Avoid

“television mentality”


Top ten tips for success1

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

9. Think

“workflow”


Top ten tips for success2

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

8. Start small,

grow from there


Top ten tips for success3

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

7. Don’t dismiss

low cost solutions


Top ten tips for success4

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

6. Monitor

usage and performance


Top ten tips for success5

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

5. Don’t try to limit

video creators


Top ten tips for success6

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

4. Eat

your own dog food


Top ten tips for success7

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

3. Always strive

For improved quality


Top ten tips for success8

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

2. Cultivate

expertise


Top ten tips for success9

TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESS

1. Collaborate


Thank you andy covell ensemble video abcovell@ensemblevideo com 315 378 0234

Thank You!Andy CovellEnsemble [email protected](315)378-0234


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