Synchronising Video Playback Information within a Distributed Framework

Craig Bojko, Mu Mu, Nicholas Race

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Abstract

This paper details a mechanism to distribute time coded objects to devices in order to synchronise and control video playback within a web environment. We comment on a three-tier architecture of server, client and second screen and the implementation of a system that offers the functionality to track playback sessions and distribute them to peer devices in order to fulfil use cases and generate a communal aspect around a particular piece of media content.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013)
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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NameProceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013)

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Keywords

  • Distributed
  • Google App Engine
  • HTML5
  • LIMO
  • Media Synchronisation
  • Playback
  • Video
  • google app engine
  • html5
  • limo
  • media synchronisation
  • playback
  • video

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Bojko, C., Mu, M., & Race, N. (2013). Synchronising Video Playback Information within a Distributed Framework. In Proceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013) (Proceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013)).
Bojko, Craig ; Mu, Mu ; Race, Nicholas. / Synchronising Video Playback Information within a Distributed Framework. Proceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013). 2013. (Proceedings of the Media Synchronization Workshop (MediaSync 2013)).
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