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Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell Live on Vimeo
the entire concert set. This was the highlight concert for me in 2015
music  video  sufjan-stevens  concerts  2015 
11 weeks ago by jm
Tarkovsky Films Free Online
Ivan's Childhood, Andrei Rublev, Solaris, The Mirror, and Stalker -- all viewable for free on YouTube thanks to Mosfilm. quality not great though....
film  movies  art  video  youtube  mosfilm  tarkovsky 
november 2016 by jm
NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Pro
'Best Plex Media Server' -- this looks pretty superb for EUR240 or thereabouts
media-servers  plex  video  home  tv  toget  nvidia  shield  android 
july 2016 by jm
My kids don't have a YouTube channel — but they pretend they do
“Dad is making a right turn now,” my 5-year-old son Jack will say as he newscasts the ride to school to a fictional audience. “Don’t forget to subscribe,” his sister Ella, 6, will often interject -- again, to no one in particular.

When I was their age, I’d pretend to be a soldier or a baseball player. Today, kids apparently aspire to be vloggers. It’s not enough for them to watch their favorite shows. They want to broadcast their lives, banter with commenters and keep their make-believe view counts high.
youtube  kids  wtf  video  broadcasting 
june 2016 by jm
How we implemented the video player in Mail.Ru Cloud
We’ve recently added video streaming service to Mail.Ru Cloud. Development started with contemplating the new feature as an all-purpose “Swiss Army knife” that would both play files of any format and work on any device with the Cloud available. Video content uploaded to the Cloud mostly falls into one of the two categories: “movies/series” and “users’ videos”. The latter are the videos that users shoot with their phones and cameras, and these videos are most versatile in terms of formats and codecs. For many reasons, it is often a problem to watch these videos on other end-user devices without prior normalization: a required codec is missing, or the file size is too big to download, or whatever.


Mainly around using HLS (HTTP Live Streaming).
hls  http  streaming  video  audio  mail.ru  players  codecs 
march 2016 by jm
SNES Code Injection -- Flappy Bird in Super Mario World
hand-injecting an entirely different game into Super Mario World on the SNES by exploiting buffer overflows BY HAND. this is legendary behaviour
games  hacks  exploits  buffer-overflow  snes  code-injection  amazing  flappy-bird  seth-bling  video  youtube 
march 2016 by jm
Netflix Global Search
handy -- search Netflix in all regions, then show where the show/movie is available. Probably going to be less handy from now on now that Netflix is blocking region-spoofing
movies  video  netflix  films  tv  world 
january 2016 by jm
AWS re:Invent 2015 Video & Slide Presentation Links with Easy Index
Andrew Spyker's roundup:
my quick index of all re:Invent sessions.  Please wait for a few days and I'll keep running the tool to fill in the index.  It usually takes Amazon a few weeks to fully upload all the videos and slideshares.


Pretty definitive, full text descriptions of all sessions (and there are an awful lot of 'em).
aws  reinvent  andrew-spyker  scraping  slides  presentations  ec2  video 
october 2015 by jm
Streaming will soon pass traditional TV - Tech Insider
the percentage of people who say they stream video from services like Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu each day has increased dramatically over the last five years, from about 30% in 2010 to more than 50% this year. During the same period, the percentage of people who say they watch traditional TV [...] has dropped by about 10%. When the beige line surpasses the purple line [looks like 2016], it will mean that more people are streaming each day than are watching traditional TV. 
streaming  hulu  netflix  tv  television  video  youtube 
september 2015 by jm
The Netflix Test Video
Netflix' official test video -- contains various scenarios which exercise frequent tricky edge cases in video compression and playback; A/V sync, shades of black, running water, etc.
networking  netflix  streaming  video  compression  tests 
august 2015 by jm
Patrick Shuff - Building A Billion User Load Balancer - SCALE 13x - YouTube
'Want to learn how Facebook scales their load balancing infrastructure to support more than 1.3 billion users? We will be revealing the technologies and methods we use to route and balance Facebook's traffic. The Traffic team at Facebook has built several systems for managing and balancing our site traffic, including both a DNS load balancer and a software load balancer capable of handling several protocols. This talk will focus on these technologies and how they have helped improve user performance, manage capacity, and increase reliability.'

Can't find the standalone slides, unfortunately.
facebook  video  talks  lbs  load-balancing  http  https  scalability  scale  linux 
june 2015 by jm
Sirius: An open end-to-end voice and vision personal assistant and its implications for future warehouse scale computers
How to build an Intelligent Personal Assistant:

'Sirius is an open end-to-end standalone speech and vision based intelligent personal assistant (IPA) similar to Apple’s Siri, Google’s Google Now, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Amazon’s Echo. Sirius implements the core functionalities of an IPA including speech recognition, image matching, natural language processing and a question-and-answer system. Sirius is developed by Clarity Lab at the University of Michigan. Sirius is published at the International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS) 2015.'
sirius  siri  cortana  google-now  echo  ok-google  ipa  assistants  search  video  audio  speech  papers  clarity  nlp  wikipedia 
april 2015 by jm
castnow
Marcus Ramberg says: 'If you have a chromecast and you’re not using castnow, I don’t know what is wrong with you.'
chromecast  castnow  media  movies  tv  video 
november 2014 by jm
Building a large scale CDN with Apache Traffic Server
via Ilya Grigorik: 'Great under-the-hood look at how Comcast built and operates their internal CDN for delivering video (on-demand + live). Some highlights: switched to own (open-source) stack; ~250 servers pushing ~1.5Pb of data/day with ~5Pb of storage capacity.'
cdn  comcast  video  presentations  apache  traffic-server  vod 
may 2014 by jm
Continuous Delivery with ETL Systems [video]
Lonely Planet and Dr Foster Intelligence both make heavy use of ETL in their products, and both organisations have applied the principles of Continuous Delivery to their delivery process.
Some of the Continuous Delivery norms need to be adapted in the context of ETL, and some interesting patterns emerge, such as running Continuous Integration against data, as well as code.
etl  video  presentations  lonely-planet  dr-foster-intelligence  continuous-delivery  deployment  pipelines 
march 2014 by jm
The Day Today - Pool Supervisor - YouTube
"in 1979, no-one died. in 1980, some one died. in 1981, no-one died. in 1982, no-one died. ... I could go on"
the-day-today  no-one-died  safety  pool  supervisor  tricky-word-puzzles  funny  humour  classic  video 
march 2014 by jm
Projectors on The Wirecutter
I'm going to need this pretty soon -- lots of white spots showing up with the current BenQ :(
projectors  video  home  hardware  reviews 
february 2014 by jm
GIFFFFR
turn Youtube videos into animated GIFs (via Waxy)
via:waxy  gifs  youtube  video  animated-gifs  images  web 
february 2014 by jm
Video Processing at Dropbox
On-the-fly video transcoding during live streaming. They've done a great job of this!
At the beginning of the development of this feature, we entertained the idea to simply pre-transcode all the videos in Dropbox to all possible target devices. Soon enough we realized that this simple approach would be too expensive at our scale, so we decided to build a system that allows us to trigger a transcoding process only upon user request and cache the results for subsequent fetches. This on-demand approach: adapts to heterogeneous devices and network conditions, is relatively cheap (everything is relative at our scale), guarantees low latency startup time.
ffmpeg  dropbox  streaming  video  cdn  ec2  hls  http  mp4  nginx  haproxy  aws  h264 
february 2014 by jm
appear.in
zero-install, one-click video chat, using WebRTC. nifty
conference  webrtc  chat  collaboration  video  google-chrome  conferencing 
february 2014 by jm
Twitter tech talk video: "Profiling Java In Production"
In this talk Kaushik Srenevasan describes a new, low overhead, full-stack tool (based on the Linux perf profiler and infrastructure built into the Hotspot JVM) we've built at Twitter to solve the problem of dynamically profiling and tracing the behavior of applications (including managed runtimes) in production.


Looks very interesting. Haven't watched it yet though
twitter  tech-talks  video  presentations  java  jvm  profiling  testing  monitoring  service-metrics  performance  production  hotspot  perf 
december 2013 by jm
How To Buffer Full YouTube Videos Before Playing
summary - turn off DASH (Dynamic adaptive streaming) using a userscript.
chrome  youtube  google  video  dash  mpeg  streaming 
september 2013 by jm
How to avoid crappy ISP caches when viewing YouTube video
Must give this a try when I get home -- I frequently have latency problems watching YT on my UPC connection, and I bet they have a crappily-managed, overloaded cache box on their network.
streaming  youtube  caching  isps  caches  firewalls  iptables  hacks  video  networking 
august 2013 by jm
Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make -- and break -- online video
Should ISPs be required to ensure they have sufficient upstream bandwidth to video sites like YouTube and Netflix?
"Verizon has chosen to sell its customers a product [Netflix] that they hope those customers don't actually use," Schaeffer said. "And when customers use it and request movies, they have not ensured there is adequate connectivity to get that video content back to their customers."
netflix  youtube  streaming  video  isps  net-neutrality  peering  comcast  bandwidth  upstream 
july 2013 by jm
Lectures in Advanced Data Structures (6.851)
Good lecture notes on the current state of the art in data structure research.
Data structures play a central role in modern computer science. You interact with data structures even more often than with algorithms (think Google, your mail server, and even your network routers). In addition, data structures are essential building blocks in obtaining efficient algorithms. This course covers major results and current directions of research in data structures:

TIME TRAVEL We can remember the past efficiently (a technique called persistence), but in general it's difficult to change the past and see the outcomes on the present (retroactivity). So alas, Back To The Future isn't really possible.
GEOMETRY When data has more than one dimension (e.g. maps, database tables).
DYNAMIC OPTIMALITY Is there one binary search tree that's as good as all others? We still don't know, but we're close.
MEMORY HIERARCHY Real computers have multiple levels of caches. We can optimize the number of cache misses, often without even knowing the size of the cache.
HASHING Hashing is the most used data structure in computer science. And it's still an active area of research.
INTEGERS Logarithmic time is too easy. By careful analysis of the information you're dealing with, you can often reduce the operation times substantially, sometimes even to constant. We will also cover lower bounds that illustrate when this is not possible.
DYNAMIC GRAPHS A network link went down, or you just added or deleted a friend in a social network. We can still maintain essential information about the connectivity as it changes.
STRINGS Searching for phrases in giant text (think Google or DNA).
SUCCINCT Most “linear size” data structures you know are much larger than they need to be, often by an order of magnitude. Some data structures require almost no space beyond the raw data but are still fast (think heaps, but much cooler).


(via Tim Freeman)
data-structures  lectures  mit  video  data  algorithms  coding  csail  strings  integers  hashing  sorting  bst  memory 
april 2013 by jm
Boundary Techtalk - Large-scale OLAP with Kobayashi
Boundary on their TSD-on-Riak store.
Dietrich Featherston, Engineer at Boundary, walks through the process of designing Kobayashi, the time-series analytics database behind our network metrics. He goes through the false-starts and lessons learned in effectively using Riak as the storage layer for a large-scale OLAP database.  The system is ultimately capable of answering complex, ad-hoc queries at interactive latencies.
video  boundary  tsd  riak  eventual-consistency  storage  kobayashi  olap  time-series 
april 2013 by jm
joshua's blog: overclocking the lecture
Joshua's old tip on watching videos at 2x speed using Perian
quicktime  video  hacks  mac  speed  lectures  presentations  learning 
april 2013 by jm
Performance Testing Java Applications [talk]
Martin "Disruptor" Thompson on performance testing.

This talk explores when to start performance testing, how to avoid the common pitfalls, how to profile when the results cause your team to pull a funny face, and what you can do about that funny face. Specific issues to Java and managed runtimes in general will be explored, but if other languages are your poison, don't be put off as much of the content can be applied to any development.
testing  performance  towatch  talks  video  slides  infoq  qcon 
march 2013 by jm
Double vision: seeing both sides of Syria’s war
A skirmish is filmed, using HD video cameras, by both sides. Storyful pinpoint the location. War as panopticon
storyful  war  syria  future  tanks  battle  video  youtube  hd  panopticon 
march 2013 by jm
Fauxdelma Healy Eames
you really know you've made it as an inept Irish politician when Panti Bliss gets dressed up in her most senatorial wig to take the mickey out of you
funny  comedy  fidelma-healy-eames  politics  ireland  social-media  inept  youtube  video 
march 2013 by jm
Tunlr
'uses DNS witchcraft to allow you to access US/UK-only audio and video services like Hulu.com, BBC iPlayer, etc. without using a VPN or Web proxy.' According to http://superuser.com/questions/461316/how-does-tunlr-work , it proxies the initial connection setup and geo-auth, then mangles the stream address to stream directly, not via proxy. Sounds pretty useful
proxy  network  vpn  dns  tunnel  content  video  audio  iplayer  bbc  hulu  streaming  geo-restriction 
january 2013 by jm
Cliff Click in "A JVM Does What?"
interesting YouTubed presentation from Azul's Cliff Click on some java/JVM innards
presentation  concurrency  jvm  video  java  youtube  cliff-click 
december 2012 by jm
NASA's Mars Rover Crashed Into a DMCA Takedown
An hour or so after Curiosity’s 1.31 a.m. EST landing in Gale Crater, I noticed that the space agency’s main YouTube channel had posted a 13-minute excerpt of the stream. Its title was in an uncharacteristic but completely justified all caps: “NASA LANDS CAR-SIZE ROVER BESIDE MARTIAN MOUNTAIN.”

When I returned to the page ten minutes later, [...] the video was gone, replaced with an alien message: “This video contains content from Scripps Local News, who has blocked it on copyright grounds. Sorry about that.” That is to say, a NASA-made public domain video posted on NASA’s official YouTube channel, documenting the landing of a $2.5 billion Mars rover mission paid for with public taxpayer money, was blocked by YouTube because of a copyright claim by a private news service.
dmca  google  fail  nasa  copyright  false-positives  scripps  youtube  video  mars 
august 2012 by jm
VIDEO: Drone ‘spies’ on Mountjoy, and the Facebook and Google offices · The Daily Edge
TheJournal coverage of that drones-over-the-Aras video. some truly demented comments fearing for "intellectual property", somehow
the-journal  drones  video  youtube  ireland  privacy 
june 2012 by jm
LOITERING THEATRE - YouTube
'An excerpt from LOITERING THEATRE by Caroline Campbell and Nina McGowan - a film exploring forbidden and inaccessible space in Dublin through flying drones equipped with cameras.' Mountjoy Prison and Aras an Uachtairain, notably
dublin  forbidden  exploration  urban-exploration  loitering  youtube  video  film  ireland  drones  hack-the-city  science-gallery 
june 2012 by jm
French ‘Three Strikes’ Law Slashes Piracy, But Fails to Boost Sales
Hadopi report says piracy dropped in France by between 17% and 66% during 2011, while Hadopi was in force; however the SEVN report on 2011 notes that legitimate sales of video dropped by 2.7%, ironically blaming 'the continually high level of piracy despite counter measures adopted under the HADOPI law' (http://www.dvd-intelligence.com/display-article.php?article=1676), and the SNEP report on 2011 sales of audio indicates that the market dropped by 3.9% (http://www.telecompaper.com/news/french-online-music-worth-eur-110-mln-in-2011-study). Hard not to come to a conclusion that actions against piracy do not improve sales
france  hadopi  legal  music  piracy  sales  revenues  sevn  snep  video 
april 2012 by jm
xbmc-vodie
'XBMC Plugin for browsing and watching RTE Player streams, TV3 streams and TG4 streams (Ireland only), An Lár TV and Magnet WebTV' (via John Looney)
xbmc  plugins  rte  tv3  tg4  ireland  magnet  television  tv  flash  video 
september 2011 by jm
Hero orang-utan sparks copyright row - The Irish Times - Thu, Jun 16, 2011
"They did not have the right to sell it and have infringed his copyright. It is as simple as that." Scummy -- some company called "News Team International" taking YouTube content and passing it off as their own
youtube  copyright  scummy  news-team-international  video 
june 2011 by jm
Storymap
great UI for a little Dublin oral-history site -- just a GMaps mashup with links to YouTube, but it works very well
dublin  ireland  storymap  stories  oral-history  people  google-maps  mashups  youtube  video  from delicious
february 2011 by jm
Lady On The Rock by Jessie Ward [YouTube]
A Dublin mystery solved! those white plaster statues that covered Dublin, appearing in almost every council house window, explained
lady-on-the-rock  statue  dublin  ireland  video  movies  short-films  documentary  youtube  memes  plaster  from delicious
january 2011 by jm
Chromium Blog: HTML Video Codec Support in Chrome
'we are supporting the WebM (VP8) and Theora video codecs, and will consider adding support for other high-quality open codecs in the future. Though H.264 plays an important role in video, as our goal is to enable open innovation, support for the codec will be removed and our resources directed towards completely open codec technologies.'
google  chrome  video  webm  h264  open-source  swpats  from delicious
january 2011 by jm
Boxee Box issues feedback and response
'Using Boxee to play local files? having issues? Here's what were going to do about it.' It's amazing to see this level of responsiveness from an appliance vendor!
appliances  boxee  set-top-box  tv  video  home  customer-service  from delicious
november 2010 by jm
XBMC & Broadcom Bring 1080p Decode Upgrade to ill-equipped netbooks, nettops, Apple TVs
drat, my old Dell laptop I'm using as a Boxee platform (which can't keep up with 720p) doesn't have a mini-PCIe slot either :(
video  hd  720p  1080p  mini-pcie  broadcom  hardware  boxee  xbmc  from delicious
october 2010 by jm
Claimed HDCP master key leak could be fatal to DRM scheme
ouch - master key for HDMI now available, if true (via tony finch)
via:fanf  hdmi  hdcp  video  drm  from delicious
september 2010 by jm
Transloadit
AWS-based service to resize images, encode video files, extract thumbnails, and store to S3, for use by third-party web apps. Transcoding-as-a-service
encoding  images  s3  media  storage  transcoding  video  converter  fileupload  from delicious
july 2010 by jm
SimpleRip: Ripping/Encoding DVDs to Xvid with Mencoder
good idea -- generate a mencoder command-line using a friendlier Javascript single-page UI (via OMGUbuntu)
via:omgubuntu  avi  mplayer  conversion  divx  encoding  howto  rip  xvid  video  mencoder  from delicious
june 2010 by jm
Amazon.com: Western Digital WD TV Live Network-ready HD Media Player
$99, 10-watt, fanless device to stream HD1080p video, in pretty much any format, from a network server to your TV. crazy. quite competitive with the Acer Aspire Revo; downside: less open
tv  wd  wd-tv-live  hdtv  hd  video  set-top-box  home  from delicious
may 2010 by jm
WebM
open audio/video for the web, from Google; VP8 video codec, Ogg for audio, and a subset of Matroska as the container format. still a patents minefield, though, I'd guess
codec  foss  google  open-source  patents  audio  video  vp8  webm  standards  mozilla  open  web  from delicious
may 2010 by jm
The Totalitarian Buddhist Who Beat Sim City « Viceland Games
interview with the guy behind the "Magnasanti" video. [Godfrey Reggio’s Koyaanisqatsi] 'presented the world in a way I never really looked at before and that captivated me. Moments like these compel me to physically express progressions in my thought, I have just happened to do that through the form of creating these cities in SimCity 3000. I could probably have done something similar - depicting the awesome regimentation and brutality of our society - with a series of paintings on a canvas, or through hideous architectural models. But it wouldn’t be the same as doing it in the game, for the reason that I wanted to magnify the unbelievably sick ambitions of egotistical political dictators, ruling elites and downright insane architects, urban planners and social engineers.' WHOA
whoa  mental  architecture  culture  gaming  society  video  simcity  urban  vice  from delicious
may 2010 by jm
the world’s largest DVR
SnapStream's 100TB rack which records 50 analog TV channels simultaneously
snapstream  video  tv  storage  hardware  analog  television  from delicious
may 2010 by jm
MPlayer CE - WiiBrew
'a homebrew media player for the Nintendo Wii. It was initially created as a fork of Team Twiizers' port of MPlayer, combining elements of MPlayerWii, GeeXboX and other great homebrew contributions.' recommended by conoro
via:conoro  mplayer  video  wii  homebrew  movies  from delicious
april 2010 by jm
Apollo 11 Saturn V Launch (HD) Camera E-8 on Vimeo
'This clip is raw from Camera E-8 on the launch umbilical tower/mobile launch program of Apollo 11, July 16, 1969. This is an HD transfer from the 16mm original. The camera is running at 500 fps, making the total clip of over 8 minutes represent just 30 seconds of actual time.'
wow  video  space  saturn-v  apollo-11  apollo-program  hd  from delicious
april 2010 by jm
List of homebrew applications - WiiBrew
woo, interesting stuff on the Wii homebrew scene! MPlayer CE is apparently quite promising
mplayer  homebrew  wii  mod  video  movies  from delicious
april 2010 by jm
BenQ W600 projector
600 euros all-in for an entry-level DLP home cinema projector capable of 720p HD. tempted, but stil a bit pricey
shopping  tv  video  projectors  home  cinema  dlp  hdtv  from delicious
april 2010 by jm
Top Ten One-Liners from CommandLineFu Explained
worth it for #10: 'Capture video of a linux desktop': '$ ffmpeg -f x11grab -s wxga -r 25 -i :0.0 -sameq /tmp/out.mpg'
video  capture  x11  ffmpeg  cli  bash  linux  from delicious
march 2010 by jm
YouTube - Mass Effect 2 Launch Trailer
whoa. really looking forward to this, Mass Effect was one of the best games I've ever played
mass-effect  games  via:colmbrophy  xbox  scifi  video  youtube  trailers  from delicious
january 2010 by jm
8-bit trip
flipping amazing stop-motion LEGO animation paying homage to classic C=64 and NES gaming, featuring International Karate, Pong, Tetris, Super Mario Bros, and Pac-Man from swedish duo Rymdreglage (via Conor)
wow  8-bit  animation  stop-motion  video  youtube  rymdreglage  c=64  nes  international-karate  pac-man  pong  tetris  mario-rosenstock 
august 2009 by jm

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