Live collaborative social-media video timelines

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Abstract

In this paper, we propose a collaborative system to let users share their own videos and interact among themselves to collaboratively do a video coverage of live events. Our intention is to motivate users to make positive contributions to the comprehensiveness of available videos about that event. To achieve this we propose a collaborative video framework, named LiveTime, allowing users to shared information timelines of real-world events. With this solution we offer collaboration features that go beyond existing systems like Youtube and Vimeo. The paper describes the rational and main concepts, the implementation and the results of a preliminary user study.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Collaborative video
  • storytelling
  • timeline
  • live stories

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2017.

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