broadcasting a talk

Julian Elischer julian at elischer.org
Mon Dec 5 11:22:02 PST 2005


Patrick Okui wrote:

>On Monday 05 December 2005 10:17, Julian Elischer wrote:
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>>Tim Pozar wrote:
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>>>Julian Elischer wrote:
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>>>>I'm going to give  a talk on Netgraph on Wednesday
>>>>and I was wonderring if anyone had suggestions about what could be done
>>>>for broadcasting it on the net.
>>>>
>>>>Unfortunatly the old mbone/multicast system  doesn't seem to be working
>>>>much these days so I'm guessing that we would need a server based
>>>>aproach, (though
>>>>I'd be pleased to hear otherwise)
>>>>
>>>>I have a DV camrecorder that could be used via firewire.
>>>>anyoen have suggestions as to wha the next steps would be?
>>>>
>>>>It's not critical, just a "that would be fun" thing.
>>>>
>>>>I haven't been following what tanscoding tools are around and what could
>>>>be used to process a DV (and sound) stream into a useable stream, and
>>>>what client would the viewers use?
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>>>At the BAWUG meetings in the past we used QuickTime Broadcaster on a
>>>MacOSX box and Darwin on FreeBSD for the relay.  Works great as you just
>>>squirt video in the the Mac via firewire.
>>>
>>>Tim
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>>I have FreeBSD and MacOS-X, so what tools would I need and what is the
>>client?
>>mplayer?
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>Darwin outputs a quicktime (.mov) stream so you could use mplayer on UN*X or 
>the quicktime player in windows/macOS.
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what does "darwin outputs" mean?  That the firewire driver in Darwin 
does  quicktime encoding?
Is this Darwin as in Apple?




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