[LAU] OT: online music promition/what do you think of bandcamp?
torbenh at gmx.de
Mon Nov 16 12:02:21 EST 2009
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 10:54:11AM -0500, nescivi wrote:
> On Monday 16 November 2009 02:56:03 Atte Andr? Jensen wrote:
> > Lorenzo wrote:
> > > But seriously, what is the current realistic alternative to Flash for
> > > embedding audio/video content on web pages?
> > Although I honestly respect the opinions of people disliking flash, I
> > tend to agree. The other real alternative is direct download and the
> > benefits of what bandcamp offers are great for the "provider" (in this
> > case me), the possibility of easy donation, the spread the word on
> > facebook/twitter feature, the selection of download formats, the
> > scalability (bandwidth) and more.
> > I'm still listening to any opinion, though, that's why I asked :-)
> It's not so much about disliking for me, it just half the time doesn't work on
> my system, when I'm using Iceweasel.
> And often there is no alternative to even see the website, which leaves me out
> of information I would have liked to read or see for that matter.
well... i think its a political question. install a binary or not ?
if you dont want binaries. use swfdec which is the default for debian.
however i couldnt even open youtube videos. iE nothing worked.
so i decided to install a binary from adobe.
this is an archive with just an .so ... put it into
(i am using iceweasel too)
use flashblock plugin, and its ok, because you control, which flash
components you want to see, and which not.
its even possible to add a native jack output to flash.
git clone git://repo.or.cz/libflashsupport-jack.git
however it doesnt behave nicely when jack is not active, and it still
sometimes seems to crash.
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