Extension:Sequencer

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Sequencer

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Screenshot showing asset being dragged from search results into a sequence

The sequencer component being developed in open source collaboration with kaltura.WMFBlog:2008/07/23/kaltura-sponsors-michael-dale-open-source-video-developer/

User Documentation[edit | edit source]

For user documentation on using the sequencer see: Commons sequencer page

Sequencer Development[edit | edit source]

The sequencer source code is presently hosted in the wikimedia svn under branches mwEmbedStandAlone to check out the code run:

svn co http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki/branches/MwEmbedStandAlone/

Sequencer Stand Alone Development[edit | edit source]

The standard check out includes some sample smil files and sample embed page. You can use this to test the sequencer stand alone. You can also enable it on your local wiki by adding a reference to the javascript remote in your MediaWiki:Common.js file.

Note: I should package the sequencer as a php mediaWiki extension package shortly

Sequencer Development on Commons[edit | edit source]

To test your changes on commons simply disable the mwEmbed gadget then edit your User:{UserName}/vector.js file to include a reference to your local mwEmbed

importScriptURI( 'http://localhost/mwEmbedStandAlone/remotes/mediaWiki.js?debug=true&uselang=' + wgUserLanguage );

Sequencer Feature Road Map[edit | edit source]

Short Term Features[edit | edit source]

  • Key frames for pan zoom points
  • Crossfade zoom
  • Audio track control ( parent clip or audio track selection )
  • Improve stand alone compatibility performance.

Medium Term Features[edit | edit source]

  • Final cut style timeline ( instead of just storyboard mode )
  • Improve architecture for 'plugins' / 'tools'

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Bugs[edit | edit source]