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Realtime Linux: academia v. reality

Realtime Linux: academia v. reality

Posted Jul 26, 2010 23:24 UTC (Mon) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
Parent article: Realtime Linux: academia v. reality

this is why it's a good idea to record presentations.

If the organizers aren't able to set this up (and for many settings they cannot), it's still a good idea to set a voice recorder on the stand. It's not going to be nearly as good as a more professional setup, but it can be surprisingly good and incredibly useful for recreating a talk (and especially for recreating the Q&A session)


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Realtime Linux: academia v. reality

Posted Jul 27, 2010 7:17 UTC (Tue) by tzafrir (subscriber, #11501) [Link]

Transcribing this recording is still quite some work. If the author is willing to help there, that's great.

Realtime Linux: academia v. reality

Posted Jul 27, 2010 16:39 UTC (Tue) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

agreed, but it's _far_ easier even with the presenter than recreating the presentation without a recording.

Conference audio

Posted Aug 1, 2010 19:22 UTC (Sun) by dmarti (subscriber, #11625) [Link]

See the audio person in advance, and carry a 1/8in.-2RCA patch cable and two RCA-1/4 in. adapters, and you can plug your recorder into "aux out" (usually 1/4 in.) or "tape out" (usually RCA) connectors on the mixer. Ask nicely and don't dork with anything.


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