[antlr-interest] lecture audio versus video
yiuwing.yip at virgin.net
Fri May 16 14:25:52 PDT 2003
> Some of you have been listening to the lecture audios from my language
> course this Spring and I'm wondering if that is satisfactory or would
> streaming video be much better.
> Apparently, I can get a realnetworks.com server for linux that will
> push out video for free since it would be such low user/bandwidth
> volume. I can probably get the university to send a human to each
> class to video and then I can edit the DV tape on my Mac and push to a
> linux server. Anybody know anything about this or have opinions about
> real's codecs?
> Heck, I might just do some random lectures about various antlr topics
> and post them.
That would be great! I can see it's going to benefit a lot of people and
make antlr even more popular. ;-)
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