[FFmpeg-devel] [CLT2014] FFmpeg at Chemnitzer Linux-Tage

Alexander Strasser eclipse7 at gmx.net
Sat Jan 25 23:49:24 CET 2014

Hi Gerion!

On 2014-01-25 21:23 +0100, Gerion Entrup wrote:
> Am Samstag, 25. Januar 2014, 18:39:59 schrieb Alexander Strasser:
> >   we applied for a booth at `Chemnitzer Linux-Tage' in Germany.
> > Fortunately we were accepted again!
> > 
> >   The event will take place on 15th & 16th of March in Chemnitz.
> > More information can be found here:
> > 
> >   http://chemnitzer.linux-tage.de/2014/en/info/
> > 
> >   We invite every FFmpeg developer to drop by or even help out with the
> > booth. Currently Thilo Borgmann and Alexander Strasser are registered
> > as booth staff and therefore will attend for sure.
> > 
> >   If you want to drop by or help out, it would be nice if you let us
> > know about it here.
> > 
> >   If you have comments, ideas, or help to offer, please tell us!
> Nice to hear, that you are at CLT again. Last year I visit there a workshop to 
> learn Blender a little bit. Maybe something like that is possible for FFmpeg, 
> too?
> I would agree to do a workshop about using the command line tool, but I'm only 
> an "experienced" user, not a developer. Possible content:
> - Theory: structure of mediafiles and streams, formats, container, codecs, ...
> - ffmpeg: choose format
> - ffmpeg: choose codec (including parameters)
> - ffmpeg: insert filter
> - ffmpeg: mapping

  Sounds nice! I think there is no problem with you doing such a workshop.
I am not sure if they still accept submissions, but you can try writing
an email to the address mentioned on this page:


> Really awesome (for me personally) would be a workshop: "Programming a little 
> player using the FFmpeg libraries", maybe similar to the examples in your 
> sources, but a little bit more extensive.

  I think Lukasz Marek could have most recent knowledge about this one.

> Other ideas: "Programming a codec for FFmpeg", "Programming a filter for 
> FFmpeg", ...

  These and the one above are all good suggestions, but at least
for me there is not enough free time left to do any of them for
this years' CLT.

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