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Video Themes

Title

Video Themes

Description

A zip file containing 5 different themes for supporting video. These all require the addition of fields to the Item Type Metadata Moving Image for Segment Start, Segment End, etc. See Tool page for information.

Citation

“Video Themes,” Using Annotated Video, accessed April 17, 2014, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/omekavideo/items/show/100.

XmlImport.zip

Title

XmlImport.zip

Citation

“XmlImport.zip,” Using Annotated Video, accessed April 17, 2014, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/omekavideo/items/show/101.

Text document

Title

Text document

Subject

XML

Description

METS XML document

Citation

“Text document,” Using Annotated Video, accessed April 17, 2014, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/omekavideo/items/show/1252.

Video Plugin for Omeka 2

Title

Video Plugin for Omeka 2

Description

This is a video plugin for Omeka 2 that allows the embedding of a configurable video player in any item that uses digital video. This plugin will also install a set of metadata to set the video file and the start and stop points in the video for restricted playback and for displaying annotations about the video segment that is currently playing. This plugin can use Flash streaming, HLS streaming (for Safari, iOS) and HTTP streaming (for browsers that don't use Flash) or you can allow any combination of the three and the browser will choose the one they like.

Creator

William G. Cowan, Hui Zhang, Andrew Albrecht

Publisher

Indiana University Library

Rights

Copyright Indiana University Board of Trustees

Citation

William G. Cowan, Hui Zhang, Andrew Albrecht, “Video Plugin for Omeka 2,” Using Annotated Video, accessed April 17, 2014, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/omekavideo/items/show/1253.

Video Plugin for Omeka 1

Title

Video Plugin for Omeka 1

Description

This is a video plugin for Omeka 1 that allows the embedding of a configurable video player in any item that uses digital video. This plugin will also install a set of metadata to set the video file and the start and stop points in the video for restricted playback and for displaying annotations about the video segment that is currently playing. This plugin can use Flash streaming, HLS streaming (for Safari, iOS) and HTTP streaming (for browsers that don't use Flash) or you can allow any combination of the three and the browser will choose the one they like.

Creator

William G. Cowan, Hui Zhang, Andrew Albrecht

Publisher

Indiana University Library

Rights

Copyright Indiana University Board of Trustees

Files

Citation

William G. Cowan, Hui Zhang, Andrew Albrecht, “Video Plugin for Omeka 1,” Using Annotated Video, accessed April 17, 2014, http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/omekavideo/items/show/1254.