Two of the BigBlueButton developers, Richard Alam and Fred Dixon, gave a talk recently at the Software Developers Haven conferencing on the upcoming lecture capture work in BigBlueButton.
Two words: popcorn.js rocks. We’ve been working on adding record and playback to BigBlueButton 0.8 for months (we’re almost ready for a beta). We had originally written our own HTML5 playback client for playback of slides + audio. This way, playback could occur within an HTML5 browser. By using HTML5, the playback would be very
Two of the BigBlueButton developers, Richard Alam and Fred Dixon, gave a talk at SC2011 – Software Developers’ Haven, an open source conference held in Ottawa, Ontario, on August 27, 2011. They presented the architecture and implementation of record and playback in the upcoming BigBlueButton 0.8. At the time of the presentation BigBlueButton 0.8-beta had
Omar Shammas and Fred Dixon recently attended the Sakai 2011 User Conferencein Los Angeles to demonstrate the latest version of BigBlueButton. We showed the upcoming integration with Matterhorn 1.1 and an build of BigBlueButton 0.8 with record and playback. We also held a BoF (Birds of a Feather) session to answer questions about the project.
Chris Kenniburg posts he is looking forwardto record and playback in 0.8. Chris, we might sneak a 0.71 version out before 0.8. But we definitely agree that adding record and playback to BigBlueButton is the #1 requested feature by schools.