Found this in my inbox sent by email from Dr Strangelove who has a blog called ‘Watching YouTube’ on which he has collated over 270 academic articles on the video-sharing website. Included in this bibliography is a list of articles on tagging and taxonomy subjects related to YouTube. From the bibliography list: Taxonomy/Search/Tagging Crane, Riley, […]
Entries Tagged as 'tagging'
April 18th, 2009 · No Comments · web video
A while ago Jay sent across some information on HTML 5 which has functionality to include a video tag. – W3 HTML 5 video overview He talked about testing Firefox 3.1 which has video tagging and embedding built in – 3.1 is still in beta. Using audio and video in Firefox supports ogg and wav […]
October 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized
The ‘Towards Open and Dynamic Archives‘ is project that Stoffel Debuysere. The traditional functioning of audiovisual archives is being completely reshaped by today’s technological advancements. The expansion of fast broadband networks and the availability of software, hardware and recording equipment have broken down the barriers to the production and distribution of audiovisual content. Large quantities […]
August 6th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized
What did I pick up from the XML Melbourne Lab feedback? The VD system was described as a “taxonomy of display.” A “recombinant video player.” There was confusion “Is it a content engine or a tag engine? Could we provide clearer context. Another called it “Anti-TV…the opposite of YouTube…not a lot in the house” and […]
August 5th, 2008 · No Comments · tools
This application Sphinx-4 came up in discussions about tagging and annotating video content on the fly. Sphinx-4 is a state-of-the-art speech recognition system written entirely in the JavaTM programming language. It was created via a joint collaboration between the Sphinx group at Carnegie Mellon University, Sun Microsystems Laboratories, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL), and Hewlett […]
August 4th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized
In the XMedia lab Nick Di Martino from The American Fim Institute (AFI) was first to demonstrate his wares, which included presenting a number of projects that are about to be released. He was quick to point out that “online video is exploding”. Research funds seemed to be directed at very elaborate complex online video […]
May 5th, 2008 · No Comments · design
All this got me thinking about a design where categories are tags becoming a simple tag cloud like in the archives section. The tags on the left and right become clip titles instead loosing a level. Categories are wiped. Categories in this interface are like making a batch or set in Flickr. The user selects […]
February 6th, 2008 · No Comments · videodefunct
The conventional main edit in a way then happens in the actual videodefunct player where the categories and tags that are added to each shot, along with how the player is configured influence the way the shots are brought together by the user.
…This plug-in is used to tidy up tags afterwards where for example a tag that only features once may be folded into a tag name that is represented a number of times on varying clips.