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Re: proposal for update to http://schema.org/VideoObject

From: Peter Pinch <peter_pinch@wgbh.org>
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2012 16:20:43 +0000
To: "Menagh, Trevor" <Trevor_Menagh@Comcast.com>, "public-vocabs@w3.org" <public-vocabs@w3.org>
Message-ID: <CB77AE1A.15856%peter_pinch@wgbh.org>
I agree that a closedCaptioned property would be useful, but why limit it
to VideoObject?

It would be useful on MediaObject, and possibly even on CreativeWork (if
users were looking for items that are captioned that don't have
MediaObjects available online, like a TVEpisode or a captioned DVD).

There was some effort in the group working on education (LRMI) to have a
broad definition of accessibility, but it had to dropped in the interests
of time. I think this is an area that would benefit from a more systemic
approach.  

-- 
Peter Pinch
Director of Technology
WGBH Interactive
office: 617-300-3961
E-mail: peter_pinch@wgbh.org



On 3/2/12 11:22 AM, "Menagh, Trevor" <Trevor_Menagh@Comcast.com> wrote:

>Hello all,
>
>I am working on a team at Comcast that is using the VideoObject from
>Schema..org and would like to start a discussion on extending the schema
>to have two new properties:
>
>closedCaptioned (Boolean) Whether this video has closed captioning
>available.
>packagingFormat (Text) Packaging format used (ism, hls, move, etc).
>
>closedCaptioned is self-explanatory.
>
>packagingFormat describes the format that the video object is packaged
>in, as opposed to its encodingFormat. A video in mpeg4, for example,
>could be cut up and packaged to allow for variable bitrate transmission
>in a packaging system like Microsoft's ism, or Apple's hls format.
>
>We propose that this information would be useful for conveying
>information about a video object in the general schema. I look forward to
>your comments..
>
>Yours,
>Trevor
>-- 
>Trevor Lalish-Menagh, Sr. Web Developer
>Trevor_Menagh@Comcast.com
>(484) 868-6150 (mobile)
>cimtmenagh (AIM/Skype)
>
>
>
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