User talk:Rahul21/GSoC2014 Proposal
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|Old browser options?||5||00:15, 19 March 2014|
|Demo available||0||09:00, 18 March 2014|
|Editing existing audio/video clips?||2||08:48, 18 March 2014|
WebRTC support for Internet Explorer has been tested on Chrome Frame for Internet Explorer users in non-metro mode. WebRTC is the trend in real time communication, sooner or later I dont see any reason why I wont be fully supported on all the browsers. Sir are some other functionalities that you would like to see?
Chrome Frame is no longer supported, so that is not a good solution.
I completely agree that WebRTC is the current trend. However, there are still a number of WikiEducator users using IE, and it would be ideal to find a solution that does not leave them behind.
I agree to that fact, but with the all the goodies that WebRTC brings, they do not have legacy browser support. But with all that webRTC has to offer I guess upgrading to a modern browser would not be a bad choice. An other lovely usecase : I saw that wikiEducator uses a proprietary tool for video conferencing, using WebRTC we can build a lovely p2p conferencing tool. Again it is a toughie, but I would not mind adding this in the project scope( or atleast completing a major part )
While we do use G+ Hangouts for most of our video conferences, we also have a WebRTC conferencing tool embedded right in the wiki using the TogetherJS library. Enable the CollabOERate feature on the Gadgets page of your preferences.
Is it practical to allow users to edit (or at least trim) existing clips?
If editing is possible, how will wiki attribution be tracked?
Sir, creating an editing tool is a huge task, there are alternatives but. For example : http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ It is an open source audio editing tool. I have not thought about making this tool within the scope of this porject, but it looks like a good addition