Re: [bloggercon-iv] Frappr map, MP3 collection, 3 by 4
- On Jun 25, 2006, at 2:33 PM, Roland Tanglao wrote:
> Hi Kevin:A cheap DV Video Camera ( I paid ~$300 for it), (better than using an
> What tools did you use to produce your videos?
> i.e. which video camera, what software, what server you use to host
> (just apache?)
iSight or MacBook as you can zoom and point easily)
QuickTime Broadcaster (free) - set it to record
For live: QTSS (free, open source) running on a friends server (thanks
I then uploaded the recorded files at the end of each session (which
took less than the breaktime to do).
The quality is not wonderful, but I was deliberately keeping the
bitrate down so the live streams did not choke for people - they
averaged about 120 kbit/sec ie about the same as a Stereo MP3.
- My first BloggerCon and I'm hooked. I especially enjoyed the open discussion format and the ability to hear a lot of different perspectives.
Someone asked and it seemed to get lost in the shuffle, but can we put together an OPML of the blogs of each of the participants? If it already exists, a pointer would be appreciated. If it doesn't exist and nobody wants to do it, I'll volunteer to be the collector.
Wizen Software - Berkeley CA
Dave Winer wrote:
A few post-Con notes...
Were you at BloggerCon IV? (Either physically present or tuned in over
the webcast and IRC.) If so, please add yourself to the Frappr map,
and let's see where we all are from.
- Hi Kevin:
That helps alot. I'm gonna try recording videos of DrupalCamp (not
streaming!) in Seattle on Wed and Thu using this technique.
What were your QuickTime Broadcaster settings (the quality seemed
fine to me)?
And you didn't record to tape right?
You just attached your DV camera to your Mac with a Firewire cable
and then recorded directly over Firewire to your Mac's hard disk
using QuickTime BroadCaster right?
On Jun 25, 2006, at 5:26 PM, Kevin Marks wrote:
> On Jun 25, 2006, at 2:33 PM, Roland Tanglao wrote:
> > Hi Kevin:
> > What tools did you use to produce your videos?
> > i.e. which video camera, what software, what server you use to host
> > (just apache?)
> A cheap DV Video Camera ( I paid ~$300 for it), (better than using an
> iSight or MacBook as you can zoom and point easily)
> QuickTime Broadcaster (free) - set it to record