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Skypecasts' Allow 100-Person Conferencing

by Redhats Q / May 2, 2006 5:18 PM PDT


IS this the next forum tech ??

what would we all sound like with the Buzz out Lounge audio conference.First 100 users get to rant along with Molly Tom and Veronica

Whats next Two way podcasting in real time ??

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that would be a mess
by alpabarot / May 2, 2006 11:53 PM PDT

a bunch of shy and nervous fans stumbling their way to making a point. at least that's what I'd be like.

"The Skypecast host passes a virtual microphone to people who want to speak"

I wonder how the broadcasts are moderated to keep out the "Wiki Wiki Wiki", "OMG Bunnies!", "Mac Sucks" and "Windows Blows" comments.

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Nice For TWIT
by adkinsjm / May 3, 2006 4:22 AM PDT
In reply to: that would be a mess

TWIT needs to use Skypecast for their shows.

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(NT) (NT) But how do you record a Skype call?
by cardsbb9 / May 3, 2006 10:02 AM PDT
In reply to: Nice For TWIT
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a couple of ways
by Redhats Q / May 3, 2006 10:09 AM PDT

1. use something like skylook - 3rd party software, or use a mixer panel to include the skype audio.

Or if its all on skype conference, add an extra conference user (the recorder) who just listens. and capture that audio into a recording device.

The pain is re leveling all the audio after the event so that everyone speaks at the same level

Just like mics (unless you have Control durinmg the recording .. OH YES CONTROL !!!!


um sorry

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No ten second delay here !!!!
by Redhats Q / May 3, 2006 1:12 PM PDT
In reply to: that would be a mess

Mind you if you recorded it and podcasted it later then you could have a edited version for the podcast

Of course everyone in the forum would be aware of it, but...

Yeah I could see a sort of inteactive podcast experience model here

We would need tom to keep everyone on track.

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No available on my Intel Mac
by canuckmakem / May 3, 2006 12:57 AM PDT

... c'mon Skype get with the program Sad

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