Free and open video formats [was: Planning a 10.10 Party?]
bjonkman at sobac.com
Mon Sep 27 17:39:40 UTC 2010
A 'standard' YouTube page URL, infested and everything, can be entered
into the URL field of http://tinyogg.com
The Ubuntu Vancouver page uses a different URL syntax from the
'standard' YouTube page. Normally I'd list the page source to see what
the URL to the Flash blob might be, but I really can't be bothered.
And, I have this naive expectation of free and open data formats in a
forum about free and open software.
On 10-09-26 08:30 PM, Dorian Douma wrote:
> Every single YouTube page, as well as most of the internet, is
> Which internet have you grown used to, Bob? Because I want to go there
> but don't think it exists.
> On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 12:53 PM, Bob Jonkman<bjonkman at sobac.com> wrote:
>> I can't even use the buttons on that page to find a link to use with the
>> TinyOgg converter. http://tinyogg.com/
>> Do you have a link to a real video format (.ogv) for that Public Service
>> On 10-09-25 05:19 PM, Randall Ross wrote:
>>> A public service announcement from Ubuntu Vancouver:
>>> Ubuntu Vancouver Buzz Generator
>> ubuntu-ca mailing list
>> ubuntu-ca at lists.ubuntu.com
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