As promised yesterday here are some more information about the video and audio streaming and recording at the 22c3. First let’s start with the almost complete scheme:
What’s not in the scheme is where and how the streams are recorded:
there’s a DV tape in every camera (we’ve got 400 brand new DV tapes for that purpose here)
audio+video streams are recorded on the CCC encoding machines on their local hard drives (MPEG2 audio and MPEG4 video)
audio+video streams are record on the FeM encoding machines on their local hard drives (Windows Media Audio+Video 9)
audio-only streams are recorded on the CCC streaming servers local hard drives
Last but not least: How can you watch and hear those fantastic streams? Easy:
go to http://22c3.fem.tu-ilmenau.de and take a look or follow the links directly to the WMV streams:
or go to http://220.127.116.11/ and take a look or take this table:
|hall||OGG/Vorbis HQ||OGG/Vorbis LQ||MP3 HQ||MP3 LQ||RTSP MP4V MPGA|
Since we are kind of interested in providing a large user DECT network on the campus of our university we spoke with the Eventphone guys about their setup: and as far as we can tell it’s far more sophisticated than expected.
Well sorry that there are more pictures than text – it’s just because we have to compile all the information we got and pile it all together into a nice and well understandable text for your reading pleasure.