Enabling Lightweight Video Annotation and Presentation for Cultural Heritage

Dianna Hardy, Matthew Morgan, Ian Atkinson, Sue McGinty, Yvonne Cadet-James, Agnes Hannan and Robert James (2008). Enabling Lightweight Video Annotation and Presentation for Cultural Heritage. In: , Proceedings of eResearch Australasia 2008. eResearch Australasia 2008, Melbourne, Australia, (). 28 September - 3 October 2008.

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Author Dianna Hardy
Matthew Morgan
Ian Atkinson
Sue McGinty
Yvonne Cadet-James
Agnes Hannan
Robert James
Title of paper Enabling Lightweight Video Annotation and Presentation for Cultural Heritage
Conference name eResearch Australasia 2008
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 28 September - 3 October 2008
Convener Australian Department of Innovaton, Industry, Science and Research
Proceedings title Proceedings of eResearch Australasia 2008
Publication Year 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
Abstract/Summary Collaboration-intensive research is increasingly becoming the norm in the humanities and social science arenas. eResearch tools such as online repositories offer researchers the opportunity to access and interact with data online. For the last 20 years video has formed an important part of humanities research, although dealing with multimedia in an online setting has proven difficult with existing tools. File size limitations, lack of interoperability with existing security systems, and the inability to include rich supportive detail regarding files have hampered the use of video. This paper describes a collaborative and data management solution for video and other files using a combination of existing tools (SRB and Plone integrated with Shibboleth) and a custom application for video upload and annotation (Mattotea). Rather than creating new proprietary systems, this development has examined the reuse of existing technologies with the addition of custom extensions to provide fullfeatured access to research data.
Subjects 280000 Information, Computing and Communication Sciences
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: eResearch Australasia 2008
 
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