MediaMixer promotes technology for fragmenting media assets and making it possible to annotate those fragments for subsequent retrieval and re-mixing in new contexts. We believe this can help media owners to derive more value from their assets by making those assets more useful for media consumers. Our last live Webinar addressed how to create fragments out of larger media assets such as ...

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MediaMixer partner JSI will present the project demos on e-learning, news and media rights management this week during a fully booked workshop at Online Educa (Berlin, 4-6 December). The Wednesday afternoon workshop "Artificial Intelligence Methods for Online-Based Education" has as its aims:
  • To present state-of-the-art machine translation methods and tools
  • To present ...

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Tomorrow, 22 November 2013, Martin Dow of project partner ACUITY Unlimited will speak at Archiving Tomorrow 2013 on "MediaMixer technologies: semantic multimedia and media archives". Archiving Tomorrow (AT-13) is a new international conference covering aspects of media archiving and restoration. Chaired and supported by leading figures in the film, media and broadcast communities, Archiving Tomorrow will become the ...

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MediaMixer co-ordinator Lyndon Nixon presented at the Internet of Education 2013 conference at Ljubljana, Slovenia (organised by project partner Jozef Stefan Institute) one possible MediaMixer future of e-learning. In this future, learning videos are mashed up to generate new learning offers for online learners, and such re-mixes could be the basis for new MOOC offers that are more flexible and personalised to individual ...

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Our colleague Vasileios Mezaris (CERTH) will hold the next live Webinar on 14 November (1100 CET) at http://www.mediamixer.eu/live.  It is titled "Fragmenting your Media Assets meaningfully – media analysis for fragment detection and extraction". The Webinar will discuss a set of video processing techniques for media fragment creation and annotation. These include techniques for the temporal segmentation of the ...

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The MediaMixer project is pleased to release a demo of semantic technologies facilitating copyright management in the context of User Generated Content. It is a key issue for the media industry these days, in addition to unauthorised media reproduction and distribution, to control the reuse of media in user generated content (UGC). To solve this issue and avoid publishing content that infringes copyright, UGC services like YouTube offer mechanism to detect the unauthorised reuse of media, ...

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The daily news shows have become the TV broadcaster´s first reference to their viewers. But unfortunately, the delivery of just-in-time, high quality news shows has become more challenging over the last years, by the needs 1) to serve the cross-department workflow integrating the growing number of input channels, 2) for a more complex composition of news contents to serve additional distribution channels and 3) to further exploit the ...

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The MediaMixer project is pleased to announce the release of the recording of our recent Webinar on Describing Media Assets, given by Raphael Troncy of EURECOM. In this talk he explains how semantic descriptions of non-textual media available on the Web can facilitate retrieval, re-use and presentation of media assets. He first presents the Media Fragment URI specification, a recent W3C recommendation ...

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Registrations have already taken up many of the free spaces at the MediaMixer Winter Schol on Multimedia Applications and Processing, so remind interested students and researchers to take the opportunity and register now to avoid disappointment!  Attendees will hear about and get hands on experience with semantic multimedia technologies including media fragments, analysis, annotation and digital rights, from MediaMixer partner experts.  Invited speakers ...

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