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Miro 3.0-rc3: testing and translations needed!

Friday, February 19th, 2010

Now finished with the last few bugs and some dialog changes, we need your help for some final build testing and translations.

Miro 3.0-rc3 is available from the nightly builds page for:

Please take the time to download, and let us know how it goes.   Here’s a description of some of the new features in 3.0, and the draft release notes.

If you use Miro in a language other than English, we could definitely use your expertise in finalizing the translations.  Go directly to our launchpad project, or from the Miro Help dialog select Translate.

Thank you.

How to Make Internet TV: Site Improvements

Friday, August 8th, 2008

For anyone who hasn’t checked out our step-by-step guide to making internet video, visit MakeInternetTV.org. The website basically reads like a book and helps you pick a camera, shoot video, edit, and then publish — it’s pretty comprehensive and easy to follow.

For those who have already seen the site, you may want to take another look — we’re beginning to add new topics! Chris Markman, a PCF Summer Intern, recently added a tutorial for Tube Mogul, the awesome service which allows you to upload to many video hosting sites at the same time.

We’ll be announcing more MakeInternetTV.org improvements as they develop.

Note: If you have any suggestions for services, techniques, or guides you’d like us to cover, please mention them in the comments.

NDR Offers Podcasts via Co-Branded Miro Player

Friday, July 4th, 2008

As some of you may be aware, one of the things we’re trying to actively do at The Participatory Culture Foundation is partner with public broadcasters around the world to provide a more democratic system for distributing video.

Our Co-Branding partners include: the IPTV company Revision3, the widely-acclaimed TED conference, and the German international public broadcaster, Deutsche Welle.

Today we add another to that list: NDR, North Germany’s public broadcaster. NDR has featured the co-branded player prominently on their website. The NDR+Miro co-branded player can be downloaded here.

For additional info on the partnership, see the NDR press release (english | german).

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