[lug] Topics for the Dec 14 talk?
James.Buzbee at echostar.com
Thu Nov 16 13:38:46 MST 2000
"Scott A. Herod" wrote:
> I am scheduled to talk at the Dec. 14th meeting with a topic of
> "Audio/Video for Linux". I had originally volunteered following an
> email discussion on the mailing list with subject, "Sound recording
> roadblocks and solutions".
> Since I am beginning to prepare, I was wondering what people would
> like me to emphasize. I have actually done a lot more video work
> than audio, but there are people here whose brains I can pick about
> more audio details if necessary. For video, would it be more useful
> if I discussed how to watch TV on your monitor, use your PC as a
> cable box with the ability to draw onto the video stream, or perhaps
> gave an overview of the currently available hardware and software.
A subject near-and-dear to my heart is the issue of rock-solid
audio/video playback from a hard drive in extreme cases, i.e. playing
one stream in a delayed mode while recording another in the background
while browsing the web.
Tuning kernel buffers? Low-latency patches? What did TiVo do to the IDE
subsystem? Suggested kernel modifications?
Looking forward to your talk.
> Thank you,
> Scott Herod
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