Glass to Glass Internet Ecosystem Introduction
draft-deen-daigle-ggie-02

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Abstract

This document introduces the Glass to Glass Internet Ecosystem (GGIE). GGIE's purpose is to improve how the Internet is used create and consume video, both amateur and professional, reflecting that the line between amateur and professional video technology is increasingly blurred. Glass to Glass refers to the entire video ecosystem, from the camera lens to the viewing screen. As the name implies, GGIE's scope is the entire video ecosystem from capture, through the steps of editing, packaging, distributed and searching, and finally viewing. GGIE is not a complete end to end architecture or solution, it provides foundational elements that can serve as building blocks for new Internet video innovation. This is a companion effort to the GGIE W3C Taskforce in the W3C Web and TV Interest Group. This document is being discussed on the ggie@ietf.org mailing list.

Authors

Glenn Deen (rgd.ietf@gmail.com)
Leslie Daigle (ldaigle@thinkingcat.com)

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