First BarCamp Vancouver video

Posted in Around Vancouver, Events

We just uploaded the first video from last nights BarCamp Vancouver BBQ:

I wrote a utility that reads processing requests from an Amazon SQS queue and then transcodes the video and uploads it to an Amazon S3 bucket. It’s still not completely automated, but it’s getting there. This is part of what started with this post on Bryan Zug’s blog.

Feel free to repost this, use the this code to embed the video:

<object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="320" height="240" wmode="transparent" data=""> <param name="movie" value="" /><param name="wmode" value="transparent" /> </object>

Tags: , , , ,

3 Responses to “First BarCamp Vancouver video”

  1. [...] Here’s last night’s BarCamp Vancouver introductions — about 18 minutes total — all transcoded via an ffmpeg based utility that Ianiv rolled — everything is automatically transcoded and then uploaded to Amazon’s S3 — nice job! [...]

  2. Jinesh says:

    Nice work Ianiv.

  3. [...] Serve the files with Drupal, passing the media files into the open source Flow Player or aptly-named Flash Video Player, and you’re nine-tenths to bein’ illegal (as they say). [...]

Powered by FeedBlitz


Email Arieanna
Email Ianiv
Where We Work & Blog
This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from Ianiv & Arieanna. Make your own badge here.
Text Link Ads