Streaming Webcam to Tunemelt with Logo Overlay

Streaming Webcam to Tunemelt with Logo Overlay

I still need to test it properly, but I think it is very much possible to use ffmpeg to stream to tunemelt (a video CDN) directly. We can stream ffmpegs DirectShow input to the Tunemelt RTMP. Update: Apparently even though Tunemelt accepts the stream, it is not properly linked to the Stream Name. I suspect the problem lays in the unconventional […]

CLWD009

CLWD009

Together with some guys from /r/realdubstep we started a new radio station. It’s a very community driven radio station, but with DJs pushing the sound nonetheless. Anyways, I did my best to face all the technical challenges that go around in creating a radio station and website for this, and in the coming weeks we […]

Cycling in Sardinia

Cycling in Sardinia

We spent a long weekend cycling in Sardinia. Going all around the north coast. In total we cycled 360km. The route started in Alghero and went over 4 days as follows: From Alghero via Porto Torres to Castelsardo From Castelsardo to Santa Teresa From Santa Teresa to Perfugas From Perfugas via Sassari back to Alghero […]

Worlds apart

Worlds apart

-“You want to be a PhD student because you are afraid to leave the safe haven of university.” –“You go into corporate life because you’re not smart enough to be in academia.” Two sentences I have heard illustrating how some highlight differences between these the academic and corporate worlds. However, these two worlds can benefit […]

RecSys 2012

RecSys 2012

Tomorrow I leave for Dublin to attend RecSys2012. Together with Dirk Bollen and Martijn Willemsen I performed a study on how memory effects influence the ratings people will give. The main finding is that as time passes between watching and rating, people tend to give less extreme ratings. Presumably this is because people forget the […]