Can Mozilla Popcorn for (creating dynamic video content) be supported as a new feature in Moodle?
Videos are a great aid to learning.
The only thing is that they're static i.e. once they're recorded they don't evolve.
Mozilla has come up with a HTML5 based way to pull-in content into a video.
I searched the site/forums for any plugin or support for Mozilla's Popcorn.js
but couldn't find anything.
About Popcorn: http://mozillapopcorn.org
0) Review: http://www.webmonkey.com/2011/11/mozilla-reinvents-web-video-with-popcorn-1-0
1) Pull-in outside content into the video using different plugins
for facebook, googlemaps, twitter etc in the Butter.js player :
2) Use Popcorn.js timeline video editing with other players like youtube, vimeo etc :
3) A full feature 3D documentary which (also) uses Popcorn:
3D dynamic video with links: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2011/11/one-millionth-tower
Please suggest the person/group to contact for taking this forward in moodle.