Details FCP server for OER art & design video resources
This setup could have the potential to be used in many ways and we may need to all come together in order to make this happen/funding.
At this early stage It may be best to keep the focus on one specific use: 'An open Final Cut Server and co-editing environment for shared storage, use, re-purpose and publishing of art and design video learning and teaching video resources for the six colleges of UAL and to be opened to other external HEIs in the future. In order to give it a wider appeal to attract more attention, use and backing for cross college support and collaboration. If we can get this set up on a minimum budget it can evolve and extend to include advanced options.
One codec - MPEG-4 movie - H.264, AAC - SD 4:3 - 16:9 (video is only for publishing on the web so can be low resolution only)
Policy management - it will be integrated/aligned with the UKOER policy and the ALTO/UAL policy
Video content on the server must be licensed with creative commons cc-by-sa and be able to be transferred between servers, published and stored on the ALTO server.
Potential - starting estimate of 200 hours of MPEG-4 movie - H.264, AAC video = 500Gb
Estimated accumulative video data per week - Need to establish the data growth over a period of time, HD - 1Tb, SD -500Gb...
User access and their Level of responsibilities: Pro editors (25-40 users), staff and students (all UAL LDAP users = potentially thousands) content providers = 50 users (upload content) general users = potential thousands users (remove OER and view content)
Expectancy of use? ie: All this - Download once for many to see at the same time or download many times for individual use or even don't download but view on-line.
VPN Access between site and the protocols available - also connectivity between sites (dedicated lines?) to be discussed?
Firewall information - to be discussed?
Are the editors expected to edit at the same time? Maybe yes and no.
Do you currently have citrix? Not sure?
Source of the data , which cameras currently in use? All sorts of cameras = tape or tapeless
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