From: Sandra Maliga (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jan 15 2009 - 15:13:26 PST
This is not so much a part of the discussion but a technical question.
A friend gave us a DVD with a film that played on the computer but
not on a DVD player and we connected our Mac Powerbook to our flat
screen monitor with an hdmi cable and downloaded VLC software. We
could see the video and it looked good but the audio was way out of
sync. We tried using the controls in LC preferences but it did not
help. Perhaps the movie is recorded out of sync? Any tips?
On Jan 15, 2009, at 2:33 PM, Raymond Salvatore Harmon wrote:
> I can see the argument about loading times but I think that with
> any solid bandwidth this shouldnt be a problem. I watch a lot of
> video from vimeo using a $15 adapter out the side of my mac laptop
> into a video projector in full screen mode. Looks incredible.
> Almost every laptop has a way in which the desktop (whatever is
> being displayed on it regardless of its source) can be sent in full
> to a monitor or video projector. Business people do it all day long
> all over the world.
> I just think there has to be a way in which we can stop mailing
> around bits of plastic and paper to every festival, save artists
> money and festivals space, not to mention be a little more
> But the question is why festivals are so resistive to this kind of
> thing? I was reminded offlist about how long it took Ann Arbor to
> start accepting video submissions. The media is certainly changing
> very quickly but the festival system seems to lag a bit behind.
> Raymond Salvatore Harmon
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