How was it built ?Simple HTML.

What is this view ?This view presents the different steps of the construction of this package.

Explanations on how this package has been built

This document is a summary of the construction of the package nosferatu.azp: schema design, annotations, resources, view design.

Defining the structure of the video

We have defined a first schema, named "Structure" that contains three annotation types: "Shot" (content type: application/x-advene-structured), "Episode" (application/x-advene-structured) and "Movie Part" (application/x-advene-structured) with their attributes. We also defined a relation type "Next Episode" (text/plain), in order to establish a link between two consecutive episodes.

We have then annotated the whole video, beginning with "Shots", then "Episode", and finally "Movie Part" annotations. The next step was to link "Episode" annotations using "Next episode" relations.

Some views were then defined, for instance a dynamic view named "Navigation" which allows to navigate rapidly between the episode or a static view named "Summary" that gives access to all the episodes.

Identifying interesting elements in the movie

As for the previous part, we defined the schema "Element", containing four annotation types: "Actor" (application/x-advene-structured), "Panel" (application/x-advene-structured), "Important" (application/x-advene-zone) and two relation types : "next panel" (text/plain) and "related shot" (text/plain).

A few "Actor" annotations were created, corresponding to apparitions of characters considered as good representations of the actors. "Panel" annotations share their temporal fragments with the shots. The "next panel" relation simply links together two consecutives panels, while the "related shots" relation is used to link panels with the shots that are somehow related with their textual content. The "Important" annotations have a zone content, which is a SVG rectangle that indicates an important zone of a movie image.

Some dynamic views were then defined, such as the "panel overview" dynamic view (that loops on the "Panel" annotations), or the "french translation" dynamic view (that presents the french translation of each panel). Some static views were also defined, such as the "Character" view (that presents all the characters of the movie) or the "Text panels" view (that presents all the textual content of the movie, using a hidden static detailed panel view).

Designing the general form of the hypervideo

Designing the general form of this hypervideo was much more related to classical website design. This hypervideo is organized in four parts, the first two are only directed to the Nosferatu movie discovery and analysis, while the third and fourth serve as a tutorial on Advene. The menu static views and the CSS stylesheet also had to be designed

Completion of the analysis

An "Emotions" schema was designed, that contains two annotation types: "Fear" and "Joy". The joy and fear scenes of the movie were then annotated, and a dedicated static view that used these annotations was designed.

Two annotation types have been added to the "Element" schema: "Supernatural" and "Nightmare", in order to specify supernatural and nightmarish scenes. After annotating with these, static and dynamic views have been designed to explore the themes.