This show was recorded in front of a live audience online.
After much dicking around we got the broadcast system operational. If you are interested it sort of goes like this.
Video over firewire to Mac Pro into BoinxTV to control video streams and graphics. Audio via Mic in studio and via Skype on MacBookPro into Logic as mixer. Then to get all that to push out to StreamAPI feed, video output captured by Grabber Raster and presented as a feed and audio re routed via Digidesign firewire audio device into analogue input of Mac Pro. The simple Stickam type Flash player uploader needs to see these inputs in order to broadcast but you can use a device more than once in the process. Getting seperate audio and video feeds into the Mac Pro was the challenge, but we found a way. A broadcast will be available in a month or two via Digital Pill from The Dog Theatre in Footscray.
On to what was a show of very dubious content, the highlight being our first North American live guest, Alan Jones from Virginia who runs ajayswebcam.com and presents as a true geek.
Alan fires up at 7.30 in the morning to join us online. Alan talks about his site that list Axis webcams from around the world. ajaywebcams.com
Tethering via an iPhone seems to present issues to carriers the world over. When it is enabled it is brilliant. See the discussion at Whirlpool.
Google Latitude looks a bit lame and could use some work.
Macro lens for the iPhone from a DVD player.
ShakeItPhoto produces what look like a real Polaroid from the iPhone.
OnOne’s DSLR App gets Nikon support for iPhone remote control.
Shutter actuations calculated via Simple EXIF Viewer.
Getting 30 fps HD to go 24 fps is a rather convoluted process using Cinematools Final Cut Pro and Compressor
Tiltshift plugin for FCP, ShrinkRay, free via Crumple Pop.
SteadiCam for DSLR from India looks like it might be the go.
Underwater Canon 5D Mk11 rig footage at Divefilm HD.
The Mac Mini as a media centre and we discuss the process.
Vuse software trancodes HD for connected devices like the Sony Playstation3
Alan sends over a link to video from Keywest.
3D feature film from James Cameron, Avatar.
Picture showing the physical difference between the 5D and Red Scarlett.
Apple Genius finds childporn on customers Mac.
Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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