[LAU] Linux Audio Conference 2012 at CCRMA - live stream coverage starting tomorrow
nicola.di.marzo at vodafone.it
Thu Apr 12 00:15:59 UTC 2012
Thanks for the efforts as usual.
i'll follow you online...but i'd like to be there.
have a good lac ;-)
Il 11/04/2012 18:55, Jörn Nettingsmeier ha scritto:
> Hi *!
> On behalf of the conference organizers, we would like to invite you to
> join the Linux Audio Conference 2012, kindly hosted by the Center for
> Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University.
> The conference will start tomorrow, Thursday April 12, at 10:00 PST
> (that's UTC - 0700). Please refer to the schedule at
> for detailed information.
> We will be streaming all paper presentations live in Ogg Theora/Ogg
> Vorbis format. Users of the Firefox browser should be able to watch
> this natively without any plugins. For users of other browsers, we
> recommend VLC, a cross-platform media player which you can download
> from http://videolan.org.
> You are invited to join us on IRC while you're watching the streams,
> the conference channel is #lac2012 on freenode.net, to be accessed
> with the chat client of your choice, or via
> Remote participants can post their questions or remarks on this
> channel, and a local chat operator here in Stanford will then relay
> them to the presenters and the local audience. You can also use this
> channel to get help in case of viewing problems.
> All presentations will be recorded and uploaded for off-line watching
> within a day or so.
> Needless to say, access to all streams is free of charge. This is all
> about open source after all :)
> The primary stream relay is available at
> http://ccrma.stanford.edu:8080 (located on the west coast of the US).
> A secondary relay which is preferrable for European users is at
> http://streamer.stackingdwarves.net (located in Germany).
> Best regards,
> the LAC stream team.
> Linux-audio-user mailing list
> Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
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