Video Players and High Tech Guide
Article introducing a rapid access method to video data in digital libraries via a video browsing interface prototype with a slide show style presentation of video frames with adjustable display rates. The success of the application is assessed, and full
Information on Digital Versatile Disc technology, including basic facts and an index of related sites.
Links to a variety of online audio and video resources, including sound file archives and software.
Includes news, reviews, software, articles, and magazines. Sources of information on the Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format.
Reference information about films, video programmes, slides, sound recordings, computer courseware, and interactive multimedia is available. Database indexing over 20,000 audio-visual teaching materials, covering a range of subjects.
It was founded in 1948 as the British Universities Film Council. It runs a television recording back-up service on behalf of universiti BUFVC aims to promote the production, study and use of film and related media in British higher education and research.
Offers original articles and features about home video, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources compiled by a subject specialist, a subject-specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include DVD, video mak
Deadlines for entries, categories, requirements, awards, fees, and location details are given for each event. Searchable reference guide to film, television, and video festivals throughout the world.
Details of the George Eastman Collection, which includes the likes of photographic collections, motion picture collections and technology collections.
Information on these pages includes the licence, the legal position and ERA news. The ERA Licensing Scheme enables educational establishments to record radio and television broadcasts for educational purposes without infringing copyright.
Resource guide to a collection of over 600 international films and videos on art, including painting, drawing, graphics, sculpture, architecture, design, photography, video art and modern literature. Listed by period, subject, director, scriptwriter, narr
PATRON is a pilot project to develop a multimedia electronic library system to deliver on-demand digital audio, video, scores and text in the areas of music and dance across high-speed broadband networks to the desktop. The project is driven by the need t
Principles are taken from the JISC-funded Click and Go Video project completed in July 2002. The full report can be downloaded in P Covers the decisions and processes needed to produce good learning and teaching video suitable for broadcasting on the Web.
Facts about Digital Versatile Disc, news and reviews, frequently asked questions and information about Sony's contribution to the technology.
The BBFC is the body responsible for the classification of films and videos for public distribution in the UK. Includes a history of the BBFC, an outline of the classification policy, details of recent decisions, comments on cases of particular public int
Video sequences can be created from a range of sources, including digital images and analogue video tape. Possible output format includes video tape, Quick National visualisation, animation, and video service, free of charge for the UK academic community.
Movie news, interviews, previews, video guides and games.
Descriptions and links to high-quality Internet resources covering, television, multimedia, news, video, animation, film and journalism.
Alphabetical set of links to film archives and museums in numerous countries around the world.
Number of reviews is 19 - Modern Television