== General Ideas ==
* Get skeleton patches upstream so players stop choking on it.
* Portable listening application for codec MOS/MUSHRA comparisons (Win32, MacOS, Linux; FF3.1 web application?).
Conference bridge using CELT.* Reference SIP client for CELT.
* Firefox extension to record locally and stream to icecast.
* Firefox extension to support RTP for conferencing.
OpenMAX IL components for Ogg codecs
== Detailed Project Descriptions ==
The main focus of the project is
around enabling video accessibility for Ogg in Firefox.
Captions, subtitles and other categories of time-aligned text are starting to become relevant to HTML5. In Ogg, we currently encapsulate such data in OggKate and can use SRT or Kate as input formats. Display of OggKate is currently supported in VLC and there is a patch to mplayer. We now want to enable Web browsers to also deal with these time-aligned text tracks in Web Browsers that support the HTML5 video tag.
The project is adaptable to the qualifications of the student - it may consist in simply implementing a toolchain for handling srt inside Ogg, or it may go much further and include richer forms or time-aligned text such as audio annotations, Karaoke, ticker text, clickable text etc.
=== OpenMAX IL components for Ogg codecs ===
[http://blog.kfish.org/2009/02/is-openmax-important-for-free-software.html Is OpenMAX important for Free Software?]