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Media Streams Metadata Exchange: User Study and Initial Requirements

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In recent years technologies for producing multimedia content have become cheap and ubiquitous, while the effective bandwidth for distributing this content has increased, due to greater network capacity and new protocols and formats for using this capacity more efficiently. Unfortunately, the development of applications for finding, sharing, and recombining this content, rather than simply consuming it, has not kept pace. The MSMDX (Media Streams Metadata Exchange) project plans to remedy this by developing a platform to enable users to annotate, find, share, and remix audio and video content in a networked, collaborative fashion. A single community of active audiovisual content consumer/producers was studied in order to understand their current practices and how they might be supported or changed by new tools. The results of this study have resulted in a set of initial user requirements for the MSMDX platform. This report describes the study in detail and presents the requirements for three components of the platform:


• A system for providing fragments of media on demand
• An open repository for user-contributed descriptions of media
• An engine for applying user-contributed rules to generate remixed media

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