Fall 2003 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Advanced Applications - Video: Streaming Video Over Internet2 Networks Bring PBS Resources to Campus

Time 10/15/03 04:30PM-05:30PM

Session Abstract

Wisconsin Public Television is leading a national demonstration of the
sharing of both "ready-to-edit" and "ready-to-air" video resources between
University-licensed stations. The "Evolving the Links" project takes
advantage of Internet2 bandwidth for distribution of MPEG2 content from local and central video repositories. This session will discuss the
technology, collaboration, development, and demonstration of sharing of
"ready-to-edit" materials among station producers working on collaborative
projects. Working in conjunction with the ResearchChannel consortium on the
DigitalWell infrastructure (developed at the University of Washington),
producers from Wisconsin PTV, Ohio State, Penn State and other
participating Internet2-connected stations, will be able to view timecode
accurate streaming proxies of their edit files, annotate and "rough-cut"
shared video segments, and request a peer-to-peer transfer of the "master
essence" files across Internet2. ResearchChannel will provide the interface and
storage, integration with the Public Broadcasting Core Metadata schema, and FTP "station-to-station FTP manager." ResearchChannel distribution of digital video over Internet2 networks has
enabled new collaborations and spurred the development of applications and
infrastructure required for video-on-demand projects. Come see how this
new collaboration with university-based PBS stations will make possible
new workflow models, new partnerships, and cost-efficiencies for all of public television.

Speakers

Speaker Jim DeRoest ResearchChannel

Speaker Irene Van Nostrand University of Washington

Speaker Steve Vedro University of Wisconsin-Madison

Speaker Diane Kostecke Digital Innovations Unit, Wisconsin Public Television

Speaker Diane Kostecke Digital Innovations Unit, Wisconsin Public Television

Speaker Diane Kostecke Digital Innovations Unit, Wisconsin Public Television

Speaker Diane Kostecke Digital Innovations Unit, Wisconsin Public Television

Secondary tracks Advanced Applications - Video