[linux-audio-dev] Re: [linux-audio-user] LAC Recording Guidelines

Marc-Olivier Barre mobarre at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 16:19:10 UTC 2007

On 3/5/07, nescivi <nescivi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Esben,
> Monday, March 5, 2007, 3:47:08 AM, you wrote:
> ES> It would be nice with some recording guidelines for LAC. Both for
> ES> video and for audio.
> ES> Maybe post a mail to linux-graphics-dev;).
> ES> I'm talking about issues such as telling the participants to use big
> ES> text on the slides. Maybe also, if the person is on the right side,
> ES> maybe a vector overlay could be done, cheaply.
> I will inform the authors.
> But also note, the slides will be available as pdf's from the LAC
> website as well. So there are readable versions of the slides
> available.
> ES> It's also wise to position the camera such that there is little
> ES> movement other than the speaker. This would save bandwidth and allow
> ES> us to use higher resolution. Also, to not move the camera is nice.
> ES> Also, to not allow questions from the audience without a microphone;).
> This we always try, but sometimes the questions are so burning that
> they can't wait for the microphone...
> ES> There are also many issues recording the speaker.
> Any tips are welcome.
> As far as I understood from Jörn there were some problems to multiplex
> the audio stream with the video stream, so they had to use the
> mic-input from the camera. If you know of a good solution where we can
> do the multiplexing with the audio stream from the mixing desk
> properly, then please share your experience!
> sincerely,
> Marije

Jörn is very welcome to raise the issues he has on this list.
Eventually someone will give a good hint ;-) I'm sure a lot of people
far away from berlin would like to be able to give a helpful hand.

And I would be surprised if there was no way to multiplex an audio stream...

Marc-Olivier Barre,

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