This is a timeline that illustrates the history of classroom capture within the Stanford School of Medicine.
Created by andypw on Jul 17, 2008
Last updated: 03/11/10 at 01:09 AM
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LKSC opens its doors
Hopefully by this time we can have the system running.
Validate the capture system. SMW & Stanford technology steering committee
SMW, Stanford demo of system at Cupertino
Presentation on video capture
Meeting with Universities interested in Opencast Project. 2 days.
First meeting with Tandberg
Chris and Jenn give a presentation to the Video and Multimedia group on campus.
Meet with Gil from SMW to demo Podcast Producer and speak about its potential for integration into the new Li Ka Shing Building
Chris, Bindu, and I met with the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) team and had them speak with us about their PcP progress as well as their work with Final Cut Server. Thanks to Angelo, Ja, and Mike.
Andy presents the work that Stanford has completed to date with highlights from our project.
A great event at which Andy and Chris were able to interact with many from the OpenCast community as well as meet with the PodCast Producer team.
Core groups from the US and around the world met at UC Berkeley to discuss the future of capture and define the OpenCast project.
Chris works on installing FCS on the XServes and begins exploring integration with PcP.
Ben from Telestream begins working with Ben from Apple Professional Services and Chris from Stanford to get Episode Engine integrated with Podcast Producer.
Work with the Apple Professional Services Team, Ben Harper and Bob Frank, to configure servers and begin building web interface to Podcast Producer.
Video presentation that touched on our work with Podcast Producer.
First time demo of system and consideration to integrate into our worklow
Take delivery of the systems, now this project is for real. :)
First meet-up, virtually, and discussion with the Zurich team regarding their REPLAY system. We are very excited about the possibilities of this project and see the potential for integrating portions of it with our PcP system.
After speaking with Linda and her speaking with her staff, she agrees that this is a project that Telestream is interested in working on.
Started discussing with Linda about how we could integrate Episode Engine into our Podcast Producer system for encoding speed.
During Macworld Apple hosts a Podcast Producer Summit at Apple corporate. Made some great contacts here and began our conversation with Telestream about integrating Episode Engine with Podcast Producer.
Berkeley crew came down to Stanford, difficult for them, and presented to the School of Medicines development and EdTech teams.
Two day working meeting on Oct. 11 and 12th: Australian National University, Stanford, De Anza College, Case Western, Duke, University of Calgary, University of Nebraska, Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Participatory Culture Foundation.
Starting with the iTunesU folks on campus to integrate beta version of Podcast Producer with the iTunesU platform.
Chris and I began the arduous task of configuring PcP without much documentation and not much of an of what we were doing. Had the blog post working in a couple of days.
Chris starts working on the installation and configuration of the XServes on loan from Apple.
Take shipment of XServes from seed pool.
Silvia, from Apple Sales, helps procure us several XServes from the seed pool at Apple.
We wanted to begin testing Podcast Producer before it was released to the public and therefore purchased a developer license from Apple. We began testing OS X Server releases shortly after.
Stanford formed a capture group that brought together people from varying departments across campus to talk and share about video capture and distribution.
Speak with product managers about the future of their product and the planned support for H.264
First demonstration of Podcast Producer
Tested H.264 system.