First week on Summer of Code

I’ve been making a report on the foundational architecture to-be of new GUI program this week.

It wasn’t terribly good; lazy during the week, worked overnight on Friday, had to give up at 4am on Satuday, completed taking whole afternoon on Saturday. Well, I’ve at least had a chance to go swimming with friends twice this week:)

Anyway, the format of report is a 30-slide presentation, completed with 45 minutes of audio (I have to say it became a very dull presentation…). If you are interested, get a cup of tea, sit back, and have it on. It’s so boring that you should probably take notes on the printed slides in order to keep yourself awake.

Anyway, here it is:

Just a note on workflow of recording presentation:
Keynote – ProfCast – Garageband ~ m4a ~ Quicktime Player ~ mp4
Don’t ask me why Garageband can’t output the movie file like this straight… Oh, m4a file for iPod is available on request as a consequence.


4 Responses to First week on Summer of Code

  1. Carl says:

    Garageband comes with a new Mac but they want you to buy an extra licence for QuickTime Pro… btw Apple has to pay licence fees for MPEG4 to the MPEG LA. That was introduced with QuickTime 6.

    Thanks for sharing the presentation and have a nice summer for swimming and coding! 🙂


  2. ippei says:

    Yeah, I actually have Pro licence and that’s how I can convert .m4a Podcast to .mp4 Movie with QuickTime Player. It’s just that I couldn’t find a way to export movie from Garageband straight.

  3. Sorry Ippei,
    but your little movie doesn’t seem to work with Windows.

  4. ippei says:

    Indeed I’m on Mac, but I’ve checked with QuickTime Player, MPlayer, and VLC. All of those have Windows variant and free, so you should download one of those.

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