On 6/19/14, 5:16 AM, Joakim wrote:
On Thursday, 19 June 2014 at 11:04:25 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
My connection is specified to 10 Mbps. But it depends on how large
the files are. Most of the files from DConf are under around 350MB in
HD quality. On the other hand, Andrei's talk from LangNext 2014 is
1.3 GB and 48 minutes long while the talk by Bjarne is 2.8 GB and 68
minutes long.

There are also 740 and 65.8 MB encodings of Andrei's talk that are
perfectly usable.  I should know, as I downloaded the latter.
 Same for Bjarne's talk, which I haven't downloaded.

Sorry, I just noticed that you were only talking about "HD quality."  I
don't know where you're getting the 350 MB figure, as all the HD
recordings on archive.org are about 6-800 GB, but yeah, file sizes will
vary based on the type of HD resolution and encoding used.  I wouldn't
call any hour-long video encoded into 350 MB "HD quality" though, as
it's likely so compressed as to look muddy.

I use archive.org because it's the only I found that accepts full-resolution videos. -- Andrei

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