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  • Videos Of The Graphics Talks From Linux.Conf.Au 2011

    Phoronix: Videos Of The Graphics Talks From Linux.Conf.Au 2011

    The videos from this year's Linux.Conf.Au conference are now available online. There were a few graphics talks by Keith Packard, Eric Anholt, and Adam Jackson, which can be found embedded below...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=OTA2MA

  • #2
    code lines removal

    I've chuckled at Keith's question about 500k line removal and Linus ( I think ) comment at putting it all to linux kernel

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    • #3
      HTML5 video + WebM?

      This list of big black "install plugin" boxes isn't making for very compelling viewing. The blip.tv site doesn't even give me that much (Firefox 4).

      HTML5 video + WebM anywhere?

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      • #4
        How about a downloadable flv,mpg ??? I don't use flash like many other people.

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        • #5
          Turn on the HTML5 in your blip.tv settings guys.

          http://blip.tv/html5/

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          • #6
            There is also on the right hand side of each page links to save the file in Flash Video (.flv), Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv), and MPEG-4 Video (.m4v).

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            • #7
              Originally posted by deanjo View Post
              Turn on the HTML5 in your blip.tv settings guys.

              http://blip.tv/html5/
              Heh, thanks.

              Because they appear to be attempting to support open standards, I signed up just so I could turn it on.

              Epic Fail.

              The main page still just gave me a black box. Luckily I saw thumbnails under the "archive" link - at least, the first time I viewed the archive pages, cuz navigating back to the first archive page gave me a blank box again until I went to the main "show" page and back into the archive. Buggy. Clicking on a video page, it now flickers a bit before giving me a "download plugin" box I wonder if they sniff user-agents for html5 and don't have Firefox 4 beta 10 yet or something?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by hubick View Post
                Heh, thanks.

                Because they appear to be attempting to support open standards, I signed up just so I could turn it on.

                Epic Fail.
                I wouldn't say it is an epic fail. It is an OK way to track the actual number of individuals that are using HTML5 vs Flash and most people have flash installed on their systems so it should be the default, politics aside that is.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                  Turn on the HTML5 in your blip.tv settings guys.

                  http://blip.tv/html5/
                  What if you don't have a browser with proper html5 support ? is it that hard to host a file ?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Thatguy View Post
                    What if you don't have a browser with proper html5 support ?
                    Consider using an OS that does have applications that can handle standards.

                    is it that hard to host a file ?
                    Not needed. Is it that hard to search with a web browser in Haiku?

                    The links for the file downloads are on the same page as the videos. But since you are on an extremely limited OS here are the direct links brought to you from a usable OS, linux:


                    Bringing GLSL to the masses (the glsl2 project for Mesa OpenGL)

                    Flash Video (.flv) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL954.flv

                    Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :


                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL410.ogv

                    MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :


                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL880.m4v


                    X and the future of Linux Graphics

                    Flash Video (.flv) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics919.flv

                    Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics549.ogv

                    MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :


                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics963.m4v


                    Pixels From A Distance

                    Flash Video (.flv) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance876.flv

                    Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance417.ogv

                    MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :

                    http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance842.m4v

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                      Consider using an OS that does have applications that can handle standards.



                      HTML5 is not yet a standard.but it sure is thinking about becoming one.

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                      • #12
                        If I really wanted to boot into a unsecure Os, I'd boot into something like widnows where I had real system interoperability and a consistnet gui. Like I actually have on this machine. I could boot into ubuntu,winxp win7 or haiku. I like using haiku for web browsing and just general noodling around. Its also great for working on c/c++ programming.

                        If your going to be on a site dedicated to open source software and its users, prepare to have opensource software users who may or may not have compatable plugins.

                        Mkay smartass.






                        Originally posted by deanjo View Post





                        The links for the file downloads are on the same page as the videos. But since you are on an extremely limited OS here are the direct links brought to you from a usable OS, linux:


                        Bringing GLSL to the masses (the glsl2 project for Mesa OpenGL)

                        Flash Video (.flv) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL954.flv

                        Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :


                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL410.ogv

                        MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :


                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...aOpenGL880.m4v


                        X and the future of Linux Graphics

                        Flash Video (.flv) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics919.flv

                        Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics549.ogv

                        MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :


                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...raphics963.m4v


                        Pixels From A Distance

                        Flash Video (.flv) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance876.flv

                        Ogg Theora/Vorbis (.ogv) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance417.ogv

                        MPEG-4 Video (.m4v) :

                        http://blip.tv/file/get/Linuxconfau-...istance842.m4v

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                        • #13
                          just a further note, blip TV is great at mystery meat navigation.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                            consider using an os that does have applications that can handle standards.



                            Not needed. Is it that hard to search with a web browser in haiku?

                            The links for the file downloads are on the same page as the videos. But since you are on an extremely limited os here are the direct links brought to you from a usable os, linux:
                            LOL. Captain Vendetta strikes again!

                            But seriously, what's with Haiku and web browsers? : D

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Thatguy View Post
                              HTML5 is not yet a standard.but it sure is thinking about becoming one.
                              Lol, since when have hyperlinks been exclusive to HTML5? Even lynx can display hyperlinks.

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