[Linux-aus] Videoing LUG Talks
silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 06:11:07 UTC 2008
Actually, there is a difference between LCA and LUG recordings and I would
not recommend the same gear for both.
LCA has to cope with a lot of video at one particular time, has to create a
high throughput and thus has to decouple activities between the different
stages in the production process as best as possible. The DVD recorders do
this very well.
In contrast, a LUG has to cope with one recording a night and has probably
got 4 weeks until the next recording, so massive time to work with the
camera. Thus, a hard disk recording camera is much better for that
On Feb 5, 2008 2:06 PM, James Purser <james at jamespurser.com.au> wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-02-05 at 11:56 +1000, Clinton Roy wrote:
> > Howdies,
> > My only request would be to limit the number of widgets that get sent
> > out in the kit. Ideally we'd get a video straight to hard drive hand
> > recorder thing, which we could plugin via a usb cable and
> > encode/upload to mirror.linux.org.au. I'd very much prefer it if we
> > didn't have to deal with any removable media, as these tend to get
> > lost/broken easily.
> > cheers,
> Hi Clinton,
> I believe the main issue they had with recording stuff at LCA 06 was
> that encoding on the fly resulted in severe breakage of the final
> videos. Hence the need to record to DVD and then encode at leisure.
> James Purser <james at jamespurser.com.au>
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> linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au
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