A scene is a logical consolidation of related content.
A video can consist of multiple scenes. These scenes are concatenated together. Think of them as slides on a presentation. Each scene is meant to aggregate and encapsulate related content.
Scenes offer a lot of convenience in timing their content, however it is completely up to the individual to decide how to divide the content into scenes.
|name||-||No||An optional name of the scene|
|duration||-||No||An explicit duration for this scene in milliseconds. Anything longer will be cut out|
|intrinsicDurationTrackReference||-||No||The scene can be set to be as long as one of its tracks, by referencing it here|
|tracks||-||Yes||The tracks in this scene (any type). The order decides how the tracks overlap.|
- Don't have large scenes, rather use multiple smaller ones.
- Greetings and goodbye-s should be in their own separate scenes.
- Subject changes or a larger shift in content indicate that a new scene should be started.
- Use multiple scenes with seamless concatenation to conveniently divide the video into logical parts without cuts between them.