or be able to pay to download the lectures from the WarpStock site? or get a discount on them if one attends WarpStock?
Recording presentations can be a daunting task (there is a discussion going on currently with the Long Island Linux Users Group on this very topic). However, as the technology becomes more attainable, we may explore this avenue.
Thanks for the idea!
Is there a way to create a VCD (video compact disc) using eCS? VCDGear? http://www.vcdgear.com/download.html http://www.vcdgear.com/files/vcdgear176-040217_os2.zip
One could sell lectures on a VCD ?
Steven Levine has done a port of MainActor to OS/2, which should be able to do this. It's available on Hobbes.
VCD's aren't very popular Stateside, but they are rather common (or so I'm told) in Europe. Of course, DVD would also work well; again, the problem is more of getting the presentations recorded in the first place, than the final format.
With DVD drives coming down in price, DVD would probably make more sense than VCD. I have a litle digital camera. I bought a Mustek camera that uses (as does my current video camera) that uses either MMC or SDCard to store the video. One can use an USB card reader to download the videos to an eCS comptuer. I have two Iogear USB card readers. I used my eCS 1.1 Thinkpad T23 to download the videos.
Warpstock Corporation - Forum