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Videotecum stores many inputs from one scene in sync: multiple videos, sound, metadata and timed marks or comments collected while recording, useful for briefing and for future retrieval and reuse of multimedia recordings.

At present in pre-alfa state.

It uses:
* Dojo toolktit for user control
* Apache CouchDB for metadata store
* VLC media player for recording and streaming.
* QuickTime plugin for rendering media.

And in the future, try to be compatible with other backends like gStreamer and have other frontends written in Java or with other javascript libraries.

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