Mike Nolan: Going the Extra 10%: The Next Generation Video Editor on the Web

Mike Nolan: "Going the Extra 10%: The Next Generation Video Editor on the Web"
Since the dawn of YouTube and smart phones, video content on the web has grown an immense amount. Once, where web pages were simple collections of long form text markup are now rich multi-media applications. The user's ability to store video content on the web has evolved along with many of the web standards today but even now in 2015, users are required to often times purchase expensive and bulky video editing applications with steep learning curves to edit existing content.

This talk goes over Mike Nolan's intern project to modify the Popcorn Maker project into it's own modular javascript library and create a python library for transcoding the Popcorn Maker editor json into a flat ".webm" video file. FTB.

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Location: Mountain View Commons
Duration: 12 minutes
Channels: Main, Mozilla Interns - 2015

Tags: intern

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