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2015/02/08

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comradekingu
Is it possible to have more than one ordinator/dictator/governator
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comradekingu
or to use just the one ordinator/dictator/governator for multiple cameras
01:45
comradekingu
If you have one overview screen with multiple streams on it, then you could punch in the number, and control that camera
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comradekingu
that was the last idea for the day, good night :)
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Bertl
off to bed now ... have a good one!
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se6astian
comradekingu: current plan is one AXIOM Remote per camera as it uses a point to point connection, but it would be rather simple to adapt that when the necessity arises.
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se6astian
good evening
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comradekingu
good evening :)
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intracube
afternoon
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aombk
can you remind me a linux video editor mencioned recently in here?
17:36
comradekingu
cinelerra, avidemux, pitivi, openshot, flowblade, kdenlive
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intracube
flowblade was mentioned here a few weeks back
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intracube
https://code.google.com/p/flowblade/
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troy_s
aombk: They all fall into same always-online cruft.
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troy_s
aombk: And judging from my discussion with the PiTiVi camp, I wouldn't go near there with a sixty thousand kilometer pole.
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Bertl
morning folks!
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troy_s
Bertl: Any clue on how to add a diff to a patch?
21:45
troy_s
Bertl: Using Phabricator? Do you add Ref D#### to the summary line?
21:48
Bertl
huh? a "diff" is usually a "patch"
21:48
Bertl
what precisely do you want to accomplish?
22:08
danieel
cat diff >>patch :)
22:42
lab-bot-1
Sebraecha created T278: Native and maximum ISO. http://lab.apertus.org/T278
22:48
troy_s
danieel: That's to generate it.
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troy_s
I got it figured though. A little convoluted via Phab.
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troy_s
You basically can either A) add a Diff and add comments and such. Or B) add a Diff, and then tack it on in the revision history of a Task.
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troy_s
Oh my god. Can't wait to read that Task.
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troy_s
I'm sure it is filled with illumination and insight.
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troy_s
Bertl / se6astian / philippej|away Looks like the project would benefit from an "Ask Apertus" thingy.
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troy_s
Because http://lab.apertus.org/T278 is ... clutter.
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lab-bot-1
Sebraecha created T279: Slow Motion. http://lab.apertus.org/T279
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se6astian
you mean "tell it to the claw!" :)
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se6astian
time for bed
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Bertl
troy_s: please elaborate on the "Ask Apertus" thingy!
23:13
troy_s
Whatever system StackExchange uses.
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troy_s
Bertl: Ubuntu uses it too. Not sure if there is a way to craft a new one or run the server.
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Bertl
hmm, so you mean a discussion forum?