I’m happy to announce the release of the second draft of this report, which is now available for public circulation. Many thanks go to those who contributed their feedback after the first draft.
FOSS Codecs for Online Video: Usability, Uptake and Development* A review of available tools for the creation, playback and embedding of online video using Free and Open Source Software video codecs and a look at the most pressing areas for development to enhance their adoption by social change video projects on the web.
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A version in PDF is also available for reading offline here:
Summary of Recommendations
For those of you who wish to skip to the good part, there is a Summary of Recommendations with links to further information and alternatives within the report.
Feedback and Input
There is a page on the wiki here for your input:
Please forward this report to any individuals/groups who might be interested in order to continue to promote the use and further development of FOSS video codecs and associated software. The report is released under the GNU Free Documentation License 1.2/
Support and Network
This report was written for the Transmission network of social justice online video projects.
EngageMedia.org / Plumi.org