Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Kaltura


I came across an article about Kaltura from Marketwire.


NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - November 20, 2007) - The New York Public Library and Kaltura, Inc., a pioneer in Collaborative Media, announced today that the organizations have joined forces to further enhance online rich-media collaboration. The New York Public Library's treasure trove of 600,000 digital images can now be incorporated easily into Kaltura's group video projects.....

Kaltura enables groups of users to collaborate in the creation of videos and slideshows, similar to the way in which Wiki platforms allow users to collaborate with text. When creating a Kaltura video, users can upload their own videos, photos, audio and animation, can import their previously uploaded material from MySpace, Photobucket or YouTube, or they can access and import rich-media from various public-domain and CreativeCommons sources such as Flickr, CCMixter, Jamendo, and now The New York Public Library....


Check it out if you get a chance. Unfortunately it does not run smoothly on my computer.

2 comments:

Miki said...

i checked it on my macBook with ff, it seems fine to me... and this kaltura thing is quite fun! my friends doing a music video there for their songs on myspace, it's interesting to see how other ppl interprets their music!

teru said...

Thanks miki. : )