[TriLUG] June Meeting Streaming Experiment
dave at jamsoft.com
Fri Jun 12 10:55:21 EDT 2009
Clear slide images accompanied by narration would be sufficient for me, and that sort of thing is well handled by services like WebEx. Could be WebEx can even do video - seems like I once saw it there.
Effectively combining video, audio *and* clear slides is no mean feat. Do we really need all three?
I'd be happy to be part of a team to explore Linux-friendly and if possible, free solutions to this.
----- "Tanner Lovelace" <clubjuggler at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 8:00 PM, Joseph Tate<dragonstrider at gmail.com>
> > Technical difficulties. Apparently the ustream isn't stable.
> "isn't stable" is putting EXTREMELY mildly. Like I said, this was an
> It seemed to go well at first, but then the software (flash based)
> and that's when things went to hell in a handbasket. :-( After
> restarting the software probably 20-30 times (including having to
> 3 times) I gave up. :-(
> However, I did notice that we had up to 10 or so people watching the
> stream at any given time. Based on that, it sounds like if we could
> figure out a stable way of live broadcasting meetings it would be very
> Also, it sounds like it would be better if we had some way to make
> slides much bigger on a broadcast stream. My guess is that would
> either take 2 cameras or a direct feed from the projector. I'm not
> to give up on this just yet, but it does sound like we have some
> technical challenges.
> If anyone has some suggestions on how to proceed, I would love to
> them, thanks!
> Tanner Lovelace
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