SpokenMedia at T4E 2010 Conference

Brandon Muramatsu presented on SpokenMedia at the Technology for Education 2010 Conference in Mumbai, India on July 1, 2010.

Cite as: Muramatsu, B., McKinney, A. & Wilkins, P. (2010, July 1). Implementing SpokenMedia for the Indian Institute for Human Settlements. Presentation at Technology for Education Conference: Mumbai, India. July 1, 2010. Retrieved July 14, 2010 from Slideshare Web site: http://www.slideshare.net/bmuramatsu/implementing-spokenmedia-for-the-indian-institute-for-human-settlements

SpokenMedia Player

We’ve developed a first pass of a new video player for SpokenMedia that integrates video playback and transcript display. (Well, ok we did this in late-December and initially demo’d this in January with IIHS.)

Our goals with the player development:

  • Javascript-player
  • Play multiple videos on the same page
  • Highlight the phrase corresponding to relevant point in the video
  • Be able to switch between multiple audio tracks (if they are available)
  • Be able to switch between transcripts in multiple languages (if they are available)
  • Be able to search through a transcript, and play the video by clicking on the search result
  • Be able to open source the player
  • Include the OEIT logo

We worked with a great developer, Ryan Lee at voccs.com, to develop the player.

We used the player as part of our demo for the Indian Institute for Human Settlements.

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