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Plumi is coming….

from the site

Plumi is a GPL licensed video sharing Content Management System
based on Plone and produced by the EngageMedia collective. Plumi
enables you to create your own sophisticated video sharing site; by
adding it to an existing Plone instance you can quickly have a wide
array of functionality to facilitate video distribution and community
creation.

Plumi is set for release mid-June 2007. You can see an operational version at http://engagemedia.org

On top of the out-of-the-box Plone functionality Plumi adds the following features:

  • Video uploading in any format (over http)
  • Automatic server-side flash transcoding and embedded playback
  • Expanded video metadata set
  • Classifications system into country, genre and topic
  • RSS2 feeds with media enclosures (or “vodcasts”) created
    automatically from taxonomy items – eg country, genre, member, topic,
    or through creating custom smart folders
  • Tagging
  • Playback of Quicktime, Flash video, Real and Windows Media within the browser
  • Custom templates for browsing videos
  • Custom profile page for site members with personal latest videos vodcast feed
  • Open Content Licensing including Creative Commons (through
    their API), the GNU Free Documentation License and the ability to add
    your own custom licenses

More at Plumi.org

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Make Internet TV

This is the full announcement from Participatory Culture.

Hi All,

We are thrilled to announce a new site we’ve been building: Make Internet TV.  Take a look:

http://makeinternettv.org/

Make Internet TV (MITV) is a massive resource full of step-by-step instructions for shooting and creating video. We think it’s the best place to get started with internet video.

The site covers shooting, editing, licensing, publishing and promoting video on the internet; it illustrates these topics with screenshots, photos, screencasts, graphics, text and more. It’s essentially a free online book about video creation and publishing.

We don’t want the site to be a one-way broadcast, so we’ve also started the MITV Wiki http://mitvwiki.org – a connected site where anyone can add resources, links and experiences that are related to creating online video. If you’re interested in sharing your expertise, we’d love to have your help.

The entire project is licensed as Creative Commons BY-SA.

Help us get the word out by sending this email to anyone you know who might be interested in making internet video. 

You can also:

Digg It: http://tinyurl.com/28uyy2
and/or
Reddit: http://tinyurl.com/2e73a8

Thanks!