[FOSDEM] video tracks/ main tracks

Benjamin Henrion bh at udev.org
Mon Jan 25 12:21:44 CET 2010

Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf <lars.sonchocky-helldorf at hamburg.de> [100125]:
> Am 18.01.2010 um 12:00 schrieb fosdem-request at lists.fosdem.org:
> >Message: 2
> >Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 14:20:44 +0100
> >From: Christophe Vandeplas <cvandeplas at fosdem.org>
> >Subject: Re: [FOSDEM] video tracks/ main tracks
> >To: FOSDEM visitors <fosdem at lists.fosdem.org>
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> >On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 1:42 PM, samuel desseaux <sam1975 at free.fr>  
> >wrote:
> >>I'm going to take part to the next fosdem and i 'd like to know if  
> >>it is
> >>possible to film tracks/ main tracks or devrooms?
> >
> >The main tracks and lightning talks are going to be recorded by the
> >FOSDEM organisation.
> >
> >Some devrooms organise their own recordings.
> >
> >Finally we publish all the videos at http://video.fosdem.org and on
> >youtube.com/fosdemtalks
> I finally finished editing the recordings from last years GNUstep  
> developers room. I've got 10 videos, about 40 to 60 minutes each.  
> That results in file sizes ranging from 670MB to 1,39GB (all videos  
> together amount to 9,04GB and are in H.264 format in a .mov container).
> And this is where my problems start: I wanted to upload them onto  
> some online video portal. Youtube is no option since it limits the  
> length of uploaded video to 10 minutes for average users (there are  
> longer videos on youtube - I just don't know what to do to upload  
> longer videos). Another option would have been vimeo. Now here a file  

I solved this problem last week when I discovered this script:


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