Here you can view some videos about paella.
Paella Player and Opencast: Status, Features and Roadmap (Carlos Turro)
As per Opencast 4.0, Paella Player is a popular option in many deployments. In this talk we will address the status of the current release and the new features of the player.
Then we will comment on the changes we are addressing to ease the usage of Paella within Opencast, the recent license change and the pull request(s) for including the bindings in the OC source code.
Finally we will describe the roadmap of the next release of Paella, and also the plans for further development of those bindings. I’ll expect comments from the community within the allocated time
Paella Player 5.1 (Carlos Turro)
This presentation will show the features and future plans of Paella 5.1. This will include internals as using ECMAScript 6, with Traceur compiler and jQuery deferred changed to ECMAScript promises., but also new features, like adding secondary audio streams, new aspect ratios and new and experimental plugins, like chroma key, video360 and Apple Air Play.
Paella Player 5 (Carlos Turro)
Paella player is a multistream player designed with Opencast in mind. Paella works with all HTML5 browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari and IE9 and 10),iPad and Android phones, and supports also live streaming.
Since 2012 Paella has had several releases, each with new features. In release 5 we are working on adding several improvements, being the most important the MPEG-Dash video format support and a first working release towards annotations. In the presentation we will present the new features and architectural changes of paella, and also we will present our ideas in supporting annotations and other kind of related content (quizzes?, external pages?) inside of the video player.
Paella Player 4 (Carlos Turro)
In the presentation we will have a look on paella architecture and features, and then we will move on to the strategy and plans that we have for future releases. The scope of the talk will be general, with no (or little) code involved. I will have also some time for an open talk on with features should support a media player for lecture recordings.
In this Presentation we will show third release of the Paella Player for Matterhorn. The idea behind the session is to show the new features available on the player, show our ideas for the next release and gather comments about all of that.
Some of the new or updated features that we will talk about are:
Going Mobile: Oportunities and Pitfalls in Bringing Lecture Recordings to Smartphones and Pads (Carlos Turro, Rüdiger Rolf)
We want to use this sessions share with you our experiences in adopting Matterhorn Players to mobile devices and to hear what the expectations of the community are how Matterhorn should run on mobile devices.
Paella Engage Player: New Release and Plans (Carlos Turro)
Gallicaster-CA and Paella HTML5-player on MH deployments experieces and plans (Carlos Turro, Tero Kärkkäinen, Vicente Goyanes)