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[1 Apr 2009 | 5 Comments | ]

For my future reference. DimDim is an open source web conferencing and meeting software with the following features:

No Install to Host/Join meetings
Easy Share Screens&Webpages
Audio & Video Conferencing
Present PowerPoint and PDFs
Private & Public Chat
Whiteboard & Annotations
Record and Playback Meetings
Open Source and open APIs
SynchroLive Co-Browsing
Free Recording & Archiving
Mac & PC Screen Sharing (no Linux??)
Multiple Presenters
Free Teleconferencing Calls
Secure, Private Meetings
Faster and Easier than ever
No Install to Host meetings

It’s available as a vmware virtual appliance or for those of you using Qemu / KVM / Xen, you should be able to convert the image …

Cross-Platform, Linux Administration, Open Source, Video »

[29 May 2008 | 6 Comments | ]

I haven’t spent much time with Video editing / DVD authoring on either Linux or Windows. Mostly because I don’t watch much video except for a wierd philia for watching Cop Chases on Youtube or at the other end of the spectrum, watching the extremely interesting TedTalks using Miro or Google Tech Talks.
Anyway, my sister-in-law purchased a Mini-DVD Sony camera. It just so happens that Linux doesn’t support this format at the moment (though Windows 2003 doesn’t natively either), so be warned. Anyway, we managed to use Sony’s software to …