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BBC R&DTV Episode 2 Released

June 20, 2009 Leave a comment

We’re only about two weeks late noticing that the BBC has released the second episode in their R&DTV series. Again they’re providing a whole bunch of different video codecs – including Ogg Theora, but they’re still not their offering files encoded in their own Dirac codec. More information available on the main page or the BBC Backstage blog, but a wider selection of files can also be found directly on the FTP site where both 30 minute and 5 minute versions are available, as well as an entire asset bundle with rushes.

This episode features interviews with David Kirby on the BBC’s Ingex project, Matt Biddulph CTO of Dopplr and Jason Calacanis CEO of Mahalo.com.

The BBC has released this content under a Creative Commons attribution licence, allowing everyone to remix as they see fit, providing an original BBC credit is maintained.

Our post regarding Episode 1 of R&DTV goes into some more details regarding the technical details of the available files.

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