MediaMixer will show its solution for online video lectures during OCW Global (23-25 April 2014, Ljubljana, http://conference.ocwconsortium.org/2014/). The conference schedule has now been published, and there will be two chances to see MediaMixer, the first focused more on the technology and the second more on the use case: Mediamixer – Community set-up and networking for the reMIXing of online MEDIA fragments

MediaMixer will hold a half day tutorial on Re-mixing Media on the Web at this year's WWW2014 conference on April 7 2014 in Seoul, S Korea. This tutorial will address the state of the art in the area of online media analysis, annotation and linking, reflecting that a number of Web-based specifications and technologies are now emerging that in combination can provide the technical solution for media owners to be enabled to manage and re-use their online media at a fragment level. To join, ...

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MediaMixer will give its next LIVE Webinar - online at http://mediamixer.eu/live - on February 3rd at 1130 CET on the topic of Semantic Management of your Media Fragments Rights This webinar continues with the MediaMixer semantics-based media workflow. Once media has been fragmented and fragments semantically annotated, it is time to manage them. Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions empowered by semantic technologies help ...

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A MediaMixer submission together with the team at VideoLectures.NET entitied "Video Lectures Mashup – remixing learning materials for topic-centred learning across collections" will be presented in April 23-25 at the OCW Global Conference 2014, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The OCW Consortium global conference is the annual opportunity for ...

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MediaMixer partner CERTH has released a video showing a demo of video shot segmentation and visual concept detection applied to lecture videos. All the processing of the videos was performed using automatic analysis techniques. Results can be used to support the subsequent annotation and re-use of the video materials, as in the VideoLecturesMashup use case. See the ...

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Happy New Year from project MediaMixer! Next week is also the next Webinar, on January 14th (2pm CET) our use case partners will present their use of MediaMixer technology: a Semantic Newsroom enables the news editor to access on demand relevant video snippets around the in-focus news story, while VideoLecturesMashup is capable of accepting a specific learning topic as input and produces as a result a mashup of fragments of learning materials from the site addressing that topic, ordered in a ...

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MediaMixer is pleased to announce its tutorial on "re-using media on the Web" has been accepted for the program of the World Wide Web Conference 2014, taking place in Seoul, Korea in April 7-11 2014. This will be an opportunity for Web developers and media professionals to receive direct, hands-on experience in using MediaMixer technologies  to annotate and interlink online media fragments to support new applications. Continue reading ...


We are happy to announce the 1st International Workshop on Social Events in Web Multimedia, taking place in conjunction with ICMR 2014 (Glasgow, Scotland). The modeling, detection and processing of events in video is an area that has started to receive considerable attention by the multimedia community, and is supported by both the LinkedTV ...

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At the recent Internet of Education event Lyndon Nixon, co-ordinator of the MediaMixer project, spoke about the offer of MediaMixer technology to the e-learning domain. In particular, he presented how semantic multimedia technology can help online lecture video be split into fragments around distinct topics and mashed up into new learning offers, helping e-learning portals like VideoLectures gain more value from their materials as online learners derive more value from the same materials. Continue reading ...