The idea of TimeKitJS was developed and presented.
Need an example?
TimeKitJS Video Gallery: Use Case: Product Demo Video
Benefits of using TimeKit
Post-Production Time Savings
Do your post production work in HTML and CSS not a video editor that will flatten everything out and make it invisible to Google
Easily serve text and image overlays depending on where your visitor is coming from. Perhaps your video is in English, but you have different product labeling in Canada, the UK, Australia, and the United States
Add Microdata, Clickable Links, put and move text anywhere at any point in time on the video
Know how many video views and know how long each viewer watched the video
Keep Viewers on Your Site
Your video may be on vimeo or youtube, but the TimeKit features will only show on your site. Encourage sharing to get traffic and views to your page, not your YouTube channel.
Why not use Popcorn.js?
We think TimeKit.js just antiquated all that.
We received this summary from the organizers and thought we’d share it again here:
Information on the 2013 Columbia Startup Weekend:
34 female participants (almost tripling the previous year)
72 non-technical/38 developers/20 designers
35 Pitches on Friday night
19 Teams (Final Presentations)
Want to see the Pitch or Final Presentation?!
Here is the recording: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/startup-weekend-como
Startup Weekend in the news
Please note that Columbia Tribune, KOMU, and Missouri Business Alert are all Delta Systems customers.
Follow on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/startupweekendcolumbia]
Follow on Twitter [@SWColumbia, #swcomo]
Follow the teams on social media (http://columbia.startupweekend.org/2013/09/17/columbia-startup-weekend-wrap-up/)
Join a group like dev.como (www.devcomo.com) or Girls in Tech (https://www.facebook.com/GirlsInTechMidMO)