End-User Ubiquitous Multimedia Production: Process and Case Studies

Traditional processes of multimedia production are generally regarded as professionally-oriented workflows, and they don't generally encompass the context of user-generated multimedia content. Taking into consideration production led by users, there is an urge for new frameworks that model end-users not only as consumers of multimedia content, but also as first-class elements in the whole multimedia production process. In this paper, the authors advocate the need of an end-user production process that is oriented towards user-generated content; this process anticipates the participation of end-users in all phases of multimedia production and the assistance of user authoring tasks by means of metadata captured with low effort.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Topic: Software Date Added: Jun 2011 Format: PDF

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