This is a guide to the process of publishing talk recordings
Step 1: gather the files
To generate the final version of a video you need the following files:
- the video files from the camera, usually MTS files
title.svga title screen with the name of the video and the speakers
metadata.mk, a makefile with the video's metadata
And you should put all that in a sub-directory of your current directory called
Step 2: preflight check
- Look at the video files
- is the quality ok?
- are both the beginning and the end of the talk present?
- do you have all the pieces? (the end of the first segment should correspond to the beginning of the second)
- Look at the title file
- is all the text in the limits of the page?
- is the text correct?
- Look at the metadata file
- there should not be any new line in the strings (replace by \n)
Step 3: encoding
Step 4: inspection
There should be 2 new files in the current directory: A mpeg video and an ogv video. Open the two files and check that the quality is ok.
Step 5: upload to the NAS
scp ./XXXXXXXXXXX-my-video.ogv nas.ffkp.se:/fscons/Public/<year>/<trackname>
scp ./12SAT011515-open-animation-projects-state-art-problems-and-per.ogv nas.ffkp.se:/fscons/Public/2012/miscellaneous
Step 6: upload to youtube
- Upload the mpeg file to youtube.
- Add the video to the “FSCONS [year]” playlist
[speakers]: [short title]
[speakers]: [full title] Download video: [ogv url] [abstract]
Step 7: promote the new video
New video: [speaker names/@account] on [subject/short title] [short url] #FSCONS[year]
Example: New video: @jvelkova & @k_dmitriev on Open animation projects #FSCONS12
A talk by [speaker names/+accounts] at FSCONS [year]
and include the youtube video
Example: A talk by +Konstantin Dmitriev & Julia Velkova at FSCONS 2012