[Linux-aus] LCA2014 update update - what can we do to reduce workload?
mithro at mithis.com
Mon Sep 3 11:19:26 EST 2012
Seriously, just get NextDayVideo to do the video; it's cost effective and
low touch. They have done a huge number of events including PyCon AU (the
last 3 events, plus an LA event) and PyCon US (an event 4 times the size of
LCA). The biggest restriction for them is how fast the upload pipe is,
with sufficient upload speed they really do provide videos the next day.
They know all the tricks to getting good video and where all the problems
occur (for example, making sure you pick up chargers, cabling and spares
from the A/V place). *It's taken them 5 years to get this right, it is
notsomething a new team is going to get right first time.
As an ex-PyCon AU I highly recommend their services, and I'm sure Chris and
Josh from this year would as well.
Ryan (one of the next day owners) has helped out at various LCAs but always
gets hamstrung by getting called in at the last minute and not being given
full control over it. I'm considering bidding myself and NextDayVideo would
be the only group I'd consider for video.
On 2 September 2012 14:21, Jeremy Visser <jeremy at visser.name> wrote:
> On 1/09/2012 2:02 PM, Joshua Hesketh wrote:
> > There are people involved in video and networking who know how to do it
> > for LCA (and do it really well) and would be more than happy to provide
> > advise if not assistance.
> I was an A/V cameraman for LCA2011 and LCA2012, and would love to do the
> same for LCA2014.
> The setup for '11 and '12 was more-or-less the same -- same software,
> even an overlap of a lot of the same people. This means it's already a
> solved problem -- a wheel that doesn't need to be reinvented for 2014.
> LCA2014 probably won't have 16:9 or HD, but this is about *achievability*.
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