Created with Sony Vegas, and a lot manual pitch edits. Color me impressed!
I know exactly how you feel, Klaus.
Over the course of my nerdy career the innate need to type out commands, rather than a copy-paste has proven to be of the highest value to me in terms of becoming familiar with systems. I think many in this line of work would agree, it’s just better. So today I’m tasked with some work… Continue Reading Quick Note: FFmpeg, on a mac with homebrew
I’ve had reason to renew my interest in the streaming media space again, and have been toying with Wowza MS in a few different forms.Deploying here on virtualized Ubuntu Server 16.04 in VMWare Workstation with 4Gb RAM, 40Gb drive space and a bridged network with the host device. Installing Wowza Streaming Engine 4.1.2: To use wowza… Continue Reading Installing Wowza Streaming Engine 4.1.2 “silent installer”:
I spent the weekend at the Gorge campground in what couldn’t harve been better conditions weather wise. Highs in the mid 80s, lows in the 50s, mild breezes and lots of Phans. I spent most of my time in camp under my canopy napping off the previous night’s super high-energy show. This was killer series of shows!Continue Reading Phish @ The Gorge 2018
Content protection has been a major issue since the beginning of the digital era and its importance is only growing. Services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, Spotify, Apple Music etc base their entire business model on the delivery of digital media to end users. The more securely these services can protect their streams, the more… Continue Reading Securing Video Streams – Teaming Techniques
The funny thing about the massive crater created by the explosion of container management systems emerging lately is that it’s forcing people working in the systems administration field to come to terms with the container paradigm… or perhaps it’s more like sysadmins have been pushing business towards automating infrastructure which is part of the package… Continue Reading Kubernetes?
This is a collection of free and fast Anycast DNS Public resolvers (nameservers) that are available and well tested. DNS servers that are not on Anycast (e.g.: Yandex) are not included. Divided into 3 categories based on what they offer (unfiltered, “secure” dns and “family” dns), this list includes their IPv4, IPv6, DNS over TLS… Continue Reading Public DNS servers
Hi Friends! I’ve revived this site as an alternative to social media since being lost in the din of noise only leaves me feeling empty. I have things to share! Currently here I am working on some low-level software projects here to keep fresh in knowledge/practice, and formulating some ideas around my next big thing.… Continue Reading 2018 State of The Things and Context