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225Creative Commons Metadata Streaming

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  • Ryan Shaw
    Jul 1, 2004
      This is interesting. Something like this could be used
      to implement some of the things we've been talking about
      regarding re-distributability of videoblog feeds.

      -------- Original Message --------
      Subject: CC-OMS now available (metadata streaming)
      From: J.C. De Martin <demartin@...>
      To: cc-metadata@...

      Dear all,

      We are very glad to announce the first release of the
      Open Media Streaming (OMS) software suite
      with support for CCPL metadata.

      The streaming server (Fenice) now may send licensing information
      to the client (NeMeSI), which displays it graphically to the user
      using the CC logo and the CC icons,
      and then take the appropriate action
      (i.e. accept or refuse the stream depending on
      its license, as specified by the user).

      More information available below or
      at the OMS web site, http://streaming.polito.it

      Please feel free to distribute and publicize.

      Suggestions, questions, etc. are -of course- very welcome.

      Best regards,

      Juan Carlos

      Juan Carlos De Martin
      Partner Institution iCommons Italy


      29th June 2004 - OMS-Server Fenice 1.5 "Creative Commons" released

      A new release featuring Creative Commons licensing meta-data support.

      * Added support for Creative Commons licensing meta-data for
      audio/video streaming.
      * Preliminary live audio support via named-pipe.
      * A brand new source tree structure.
      * Various improvement and bug-fixes.
      * New subversion repository (https://gemelli.polito.it/svn/fenice/trunk)

      29th June 2004 - OMS-Client NeMeSI 0.3.0 'Creative Commons' released

      An experimental branch supporting Creative Commons licensed
      audio/video streaming.

      Please note that the CC stuff in the NeMeSI source code is in very alpha
      stage: no more than IETF's-style "running code" to test a
      soon-to-be-released specification proposal for streaming Creative
      Commons licensing meta-data over RTSP/RTP protocols.
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