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 Subject :Arosa 2011 technische Vorbereitungen Teil I.. 13-06-2011 22:21:27 
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Topic : Arosa 2011 technische Vorbereitungen Teil I

Technische Vorbereitungen Videoprojekt Arosa 2011, Teil I

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Arosa 2011 ist ein Jubiläumsanlass, wie wir alle wissen: 25 Jahre Musikwochen und 20 Jahre Panflötenfestival. Viel Prominenz, wie Gheorghe Zamfir, Liselotte Rokyta, das Rumänische Ensemble und weitere Musiker sorgen für viel Glanz und Gloria. Entsprechend ist auch unser technisches Team gewappnet. Denn wir beabsichtigen den Anlass auf eine DVD zu bannen und die üblichen Internet Videos auf der DAJOERI Webseite zu ergänzen.

Für technisch interessierte gebe ich hiermit einen kleinen Einblick in die Vorbereitungen und Durchführing des Video-Projektes. Für die beteiligte Video-Crew dienen die Angaben als wichtige Referenzmaterialien. Deshalb sind auch Links zu entsprechenden Bedienungsanleitungen angefügt.

Kurzeinblick in Zahlen
Film-Tage 6
Kameras 4
Tonspuren bis 12 Mikrofone, wovon 6 Funkmikrofone
Geschätzte Filmzeit ca. 40 Stunden
Geschätzter Speicherumfang 650 GB, (verteilt auf 4 externe Hard Disks mit Redundanz)
Computers zur Indexierung und täglichen Auswertung: 1 Mac Book und 1 iMac
DVD Dauer ca. 50 Minuten. Wird auch als Blue Ray Disk erhältlich sein.
Aufnahmemedium: SD Karten Class 10 und Sony SxS Memory Cards
Stative für Kameras und Mikrofone: 12
Schwenkkran für eine Kamera: 1
Drahtlose Interkom Stationen 1.2 GHz für Kameraleute und Tonmeister: 5
Beleuchtung LED Lampen je 500 LEDs 50W (entspricht je ca. 500 W Halogen-Licht): 2
Beleuchtung 1 Fluoreszent-Flächenlampe 120 Hz

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 Subject :Hochzeit von Trudi und Bernie.. 06-06-2011 16:57:36 
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Topic : Hochzeit von Trudi und Bernie

Dieses Stück wurde von Joeri Murk an der Hochzeit von Trudi und Bernie aufgeführt.

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 Subject :Re:Server Upgrade.. 29-04-2011 13:08:50 
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Extrem schnell ist der DOWNLOAD in unserer Download-Sektion. Ich kriege hier bis 3.8 MBps, das entspricht ca. 30 Mbps mit meinem Glasfaser Anschluss in Florida, der bis zu 43 Mbps aufnehmen kann. Tests in der Schweiz zeigen, dass die Stroemung etwas langsamer ist, aber immer noch 1.5 MBps betragen kann.

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Das heisst, ich kann ein Video von 157 MB Grösse in ca 42 Sekunden von der panfloeten.ch Website voll runterladen.

Machen Sie einen eigenen Test und lassen Sie uns wissen, wie schnell Ihr Download ist. Sie können in diesem Forum ohne weiteres einen Beitrag verfassen, sofern Sie ein Benutzerkonto haben und eingeloggt sind!

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 Subject :Frankfurt Musikmesse Video.. 15-04-2011 12:54:21 
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Hier ein Video eines Messebesuchers von Polen...


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 Subject :Re:Streaming Speed and Video Playback.. 27-02-2011 10:14:54 
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The above information helps you to understand in dealing with Internet videos. We have tried to explain the most important aspects. If you have any questions or problems, you can easily leave a message. You need a user account and must log in first.

Have fun watching the DAJOERI videos.

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 Subject :Re:Streaming Speed and Video Playback.. 27-02-2011 10:02:48 
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Instead of watching the video in real time, you can also download it to your hard disk. All videos are available in 1080p with the encoding-> wmv (Windows Media 9). The videos can be downloaded from our Download section (-> Resources). Be aware that you are looking between 150 to 750 MB per video. Your download time might be from several minutes to a few hours, depending on your Internet connection. Our server is very strong and if transport bandwidth is sufficient, it can stream up to 3.8MB/sec. That means that a 750MB movie could be downloaded in about 3.5 minutes.

Once the download is complete, you can replay the video by using Windows Media Player. The required processing power is lesser critical than the use of FLASH/H.264. A Pentium IV should be still fine to play the video.

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 Subject :Full Screen.. 26-02-2011 23:50:34 
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Full-screen can be set with the appropriate button. However, there are some limitations:

1) Old video cards are not suitable for full-screen mode.

2) Use Flash Player 10 or higher. Lower FLASH versions do not support the Full-Screen mode.

3) If your image sequences do not run smoothly, it is becasue your processor is too weak and/ or your video card doesn't have sufficient capacity. Since all our videos are processed by using the H.264 codec, you need sufficient processor power, adequate RAM (2GB or more) and a powerful video card.

Remedy for poor performance: Use another, newer computer or switch to YouTube and select 240P or 360P. Full-screen mode of course makes mainly sense when you watch videos in 720p or 1080p. Then you have an image with optimum resolution. 240P, 360P and 480P also allow to be viewed in full screen mode, but in lower resolution quality (washed out and blurry picture).

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 Subject :Realtime streaming on YouTube.. 26-02-2011 23:47:36 
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YouTube is also working with FLASH. You can also select the video format, usually 240P, 360P, 480P, 720P and 1080P. The larger the video format, the more demands on your current speed. If you experience congestion, there are 2 solutions:

1) Choose a smaller image size and take into account a lesser video quality.

2) Click the PAUSE button and wait until the download strip has moved enough to the right.

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 Subject :Realtime streaming on our website.. 26-02-2011 23:20:49 
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The videos on our site to stream in real time, i.e. after a few seconds buffer time, the video starts to run. be sure to use the latest Flash player.

The videos on our site are all encoded in FLASH (H.264), 720P. (1280x720 pixels). They stream with an average of 2.6 Mbps (megabits per second).

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The DOWNLOAD strip moves the right. The faster the better. Ideally, the DOWNLOAD shopuld be faster than the movement of the playhead, which indicates the progress of the video playback. If the PLAYHEAD catches up the DOWNLOAD-Strip, there will be congestion, hence a faltering of the playback. In this case, the flow rate is insufficient. In this case, there is a simple remedy. Click the PAUSE button click, wait and see. Once the DOWNLOAD Strip has moved enough to the right, start video again (with the same button). (Warning: The download Strip and the PAUSE button is only visible when you move the cursor into the image window.)

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 Subject :Actual steaming speed.. 26-02-2011 23:03:15 
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Your actual streaming speed in turn depends on several factors:

1. The measured streeming speed
2. The output speed of the server
3. The transport speed of the signal

1) Can be measured by speed tests. (see above).

2) Depends on the load of server. At peak times the flow rate is limited. The server of our Web site is located in Houston Texas and is operated by SITEGROUND. Our server is efficient around the clock and provides up to 32Mbps download SPEED.

YouTube has many servers around the world. Here it is difficult to provide better and worse times for the streaming speed. There's nothing more than try.

3) The route of the video stream may take different routes. Often the data packets are sent on different routes and at the final location reunited. Here are some bottlenecks when a data path is blocked or overloaded. Therefore the speed may be very good one day and the next day bad.

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