Re: [videoblogging] vogroll questions

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Chris

On Aug 26, 2004, at 6:16 AM, Adrian Miles=
wrote:

> hi all
>
> couple of questions.
>
> 1. the next version of the=
blogroll will experiment with childmovies.
> this means there's a parent =
movie (the vogroll) and it will
> dynamically
> load other content on dem=
and.
>
> this means you all have your clips on your own servers for the
>=
vogroll.
> you can change them. add to them, etc. they can be as long (or=
as
> short) as you wish. as long as they fit the data rate needed.
>
> b=
ut, before i do this, we need to see if the bandwidth will work. so
> i'd =
like to make a test one with say 5 clips. i'll provide the clips
> but i n=
eed them stored on 5 different servers. that way with the test
> we can se=
e if a parrent movie calling in content from 5 different
> places will act=
ually work.
>
> there will be a lag as the video is requested, but it shou=
ld only be 2
> to 4 seconds before something starts playing – *as long as =
the data
> rate is ok*.
>
> so, if you can host for me a video file, plea=
se let me know. i'll make
> it, send it to you, and you need to email me t=
he url where I can load
> it from.
>
> 2. the source code for the vogroll=
. at the moment i send it out as it
> 'grows' you will have to change the =
source code on your pages. i can
> provide the source code via my web site=
that you could then include
> via
> a ssi insert, or other method. Those=
of you out there who know more
> about this than I, what's the best way t=
o do this?
>
> cheers
> Adrian Miles
> ……………………………=
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<excerpt><fixed>hi all</fixed>

<fixed> couple of questions.</=
fixed>

<fixed> 1. the next version of the blogroll will experiment with
c=
hildmovies.</fixed>

<fixed> this means there's a parent movie (the vogroll=
) and it will
dynamically</fixed>

<fixed> load other content on demand.</f=
ixed>

<fixed> this means you all have your clips on your own servers for =
the
vogroll. </fixed>

<fixed> you can change them. add to them, etc. they =
can be as long (or
as</fixed>

<fixed> short) as you wish. as long as they =
fit the data rate needed.</fixed>

<fixed> but, before i do this, we need =
to see if the bandwidth will
work. so </fixed>

<fixed> i'd like to make a =
test one with say 5 clips. i'll provide the
clips </fixed>

<fixed> but i n=
eed them stored on 5 different servers. that way with
the test </fixed>

<f=
ixed> we can see if a parrent movie calling in content from 5
different </f=
ixed>

<fixed> places will actually work.</fixed>

<fixed> there will be a=
lag as the video is requested, but it should
only be 2 </fixed>

<fixed> t=
o 4 seconds before something starts playing – *as long as the
data </fixed>=

<fixed> rate is ok*.</fixed>

<fixed> so, if you can host for me a video=
file, please let me know.
i'll make </fixed>

<fixed> it, send it to you, =
and you need to email me the url where I
can load </fixed>

<fixed> it from=
.</fixed>

<fixed> 2. the source code for the vogroll. at the moment i sen=
d it
out as it </fixed>

<fixed> 'grows' you will have to change the source=
code on your pages.
i can </fixed>

<fixed> provide the source code via my=
web site that you could then
include via</fixed>

<fixed> a ssi insert, or=
other method. Those of you out there who know
more </fixed>

<fixed> about=
this than I, what's the best way to do this?</fixed>

<fixed> cheers</fix=
ed>

<fixed> Adrian Miles</fixed>

<fixed>
…………………………..=
……………………………</fixed>

<fixed> hypertext.rmit || hypert=
ext.rmit.edu.au/adrian</fixed>

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