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Infonomicon Tv

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Infonomicon TV is out.

I dont know how much demand there is going to be for it, so it will be torrented soon. anyone willing to help, please pay attention to this thread for torrents.

http://www.infonomicon.org/infotv/infonomicontv_001.wmv

i will be adding info to www.infonomicon.org soon.

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I also want to mention that Infonomicon.org has had a face lift. The site will be all updated by the end of today. I hope everyone enjoys my minimalist style. :lol:

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That was actually really entertaining. Can't wait to test this out. Thanks.

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sorry its in wmv, but we are limited in our video editing.

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Informative, and well done.

Good idea on the whiteboard as well, I found black stuck out the best.

Your presentation style is a little more formal than other videos I've seen, I like the focus that provides.

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when i get time, possibly tonight when i get home from work, i'll convert the video into a decent format for you guys. i liked the intro to power over ethernet, but i'll definately help you guys get some avi or something

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thanks gr3ndel. ill be on irc around 1030pm at #binrev. if you want to send it to me that way infonomicon will supply you with a magical cd that will give you aol dial up access free for 45 days.

thanks again buddy

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Hey I liked your first episode. Quite informative. More more more.

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Just got home from work and am doing the conversions as we speak. transferring was the one aspect i didn't consider though. oh well, we'll figure it out.

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I converted the video into both .avi and .mpg and have it both zipped up and thrown in a tarball so windows people and linux people will both be able to d/l the compressed format with ease.

(which does not mean that these are downloadable at this time)

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A 30 day trial version of a program I found called FX Video Converter. I honestly have no experience with digital video but I figured I'd try something out if it helped. I tried a few other demos but they all left watermarks, this one didn't, so I stuck with it.

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excellent. Thanx. That's why we released it as .WMA because we couldn't find a reliable prog for the job. I'm going to start using that prog. If anyone else knows of any free and or open source progs that do the same thing....share the info :D

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So in other words I no longer need to save these multiple copies on my HDD? Drive space is very limited for me right now.

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I am normally just the end user but I have encoded a file before.

What is your source video format Raw DV?

I think the open source editor for this format is Kino.

here is a good link for digital video in linux

http://kino.schirmacher.de/

A lot of times people use transcode

or mencoder (part of MPlayer) to do encoding to alternate formats

http://www.mplayerhq.hu/

http://zebra.fh-weingarten.de/~transcode/index.html

this is just an example transcode script which

you would have to fix to your needed settings

the man pages have all the setting details.

here I am using the mp4 codec to encode and storing in

the AVI container format.

./encode vob encoded

note it will be slow probably.

this gave me quite acceptable results.


#M Mode - 2 for DVD synchronization
#T t[,c[,a]] - select DVD title[,chapter[,angle]]
#x vmod[,amod] - video[,audio]  import modules
#i input source
#a ach,[vch] - audio and video channels
#g WidthXHeight - video stream frame size
#V use YV12/I420 as internal video codec (faster use if possible)
#j top[,left[,bottom[,right]]] select frame region by clipping border.
#B n[,m[,M]] resize  to height-n*M rows [,width-m*M] columns [off,32]. M must
#              be one of 8, 16 or 32.
# o - output file
# y - encoding format
# w b[,k[,c]] encoder  bitrate[,keyframes[,crispness]]  [(6000  for  MPEG 1/2,
# 1800 for others),250,100].
# -F codec

transcode -i $1 -F mpeg4 -M 2 -g 720x480 -V -y ffmpeg -o $2.avi

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