[SNEC] Video tapes from Oct. meeting
Tue, 12 Nov 2002 16:54:03 -0500
I will volunteer to pick out highlights.
One or two hours?
Stuart, how much can your server handle?
Can digitizing be done easily?
What kind of hardware and software? I am thinking that if I could digitize
it on this end, we won't loose too much resolution.
From: "Bonnie DeVarco"
Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 12:17 PM
Subject: Re: [SNEC] Video tapes from Oct. meeting
> Hi Stuart,
> I had noted to Russell that the best approach is to select highlights of
> two days and stream them in 15 minute or 1/2 hour segments. What needs to
> be done is to select and edit best segments of the tapes (esp. the early
> main presentations), digitizing them and then compressing them for the
> server. Telascience server can handle serving but they might make better
> sense on your site. RealVid server can do 25 simultaneous viewers using
> their no charge server software, Quicktime is larger and different pricing
> structure for server end so if you do not already have capability you
> need to think of that. Serving is less of a prob then getting the vids
> digital and into manageable compressed segments. I offered to go through
> and select on my end here (in spare time) if we can pay the modest fees to
> compress them and get them web ready (I have colleagues i could go to for
> that). It makes no sense to serve 5 full hours of something in thick
> with only a small group accessing so I veer toward suggesting smaller
> packages, better presented.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stuart Quimby" <email@example.com>
> To: "Russell Chu" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <snec@SNEC.CJFearnley.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 7:25 AM
> Subject: Re: [SNEC] Video tapes from Oct. meeting
> > I think streaming video is the best use, makes them available to all.
> > Bonnie will get back to me with file sizes for the streaming video, this
> > be something we can host at our site.
> > Stuart
> > On Monday 04 November 2002 02:05 pm, Russell Chu wrote:
> > > There are 5 tapes in VHS format from the October 6th meeting. We are
> > > for thoughts of what to do with them and where to archive them. Bonnie
> > > offered to make it available through streaming video from their site
> > > Please let me know your ideas.
> > > Russ