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  • jam » Blog Archive » Splitting MP4 files
    a similar tool for Linux Tags Multimedia Windows Permalink Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comments Photos Flickr Widget requires Flash Player 9 or better More photos on Flickr Categories Coding 4 Conference 6 General 3 Linux 2 Multimedia 2 Rails 2 Sport 1 SUSE Studio 3 Travel 5 Web Services 1 Windows 1 Work 4 Archives April 2012 1 March 2012 1 September 2010 2 June 2010 3 May 2010 7 March 2010 3 February 2010 1 November 2009 1 Search Box Tags 2010 Amazon Amsterdam Ash Berlin Brainshare Coding Conference EC2 Fly Germany Hacking Linux LinuxTag Lufthansa Mac Malaysia Multimedia Provo Rail Rails Ruby S3 Salt Lake Singapore SUSE Studio Taxes Travel USA Web Services Windows Work XSS Recent Posts New bike Ruby conference wroc love rb Unrestricted and secure web surfing Updated LAMP stacks on SUSE Gallery Cross site scripting protection in Rails Lessons learned from a tech career LinuxTag Berlin 2010 The Great Tax Divide A short history on hacking Ruby on Rails Recent Comments Thanks for the Firefox tip Flavio I ll be set once James Tan In this way you are tunneling all your network request Flavio more

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  • jam » Blog Archive » Re-encoding MP3s
    found Be aware that the ID3 tag is currently lost when transcoding LAME 3 98 4 32bits http www mp3dev org CPU features MMX ASM used SSE ASM used SSE2 Using polyphase lowpass filter transition band 17249 Hz 17782 Hz Encoding music 320kbps mp3 to music vbr4 mp3 Encoding as 44 1 kHz j stereo MPEG 1 Layer III VBR q 4 Frame CPU time estim REAL time estim play CPU ETA 4700 11137 42 0 04 0 11 0 04 0 11 25 820x 0 06 32 2 40 0 48 0 56 1 64 0 80 0 96 12 112 219 128 1042 160 2452 192 349 224 237 256 139 320 247 02 48 kbps LR MS long switch short 167 3 21 9 78 1 81 4 7 9 10 8 It took 26 seconds on my IBM T61p laptop Frame CPU time estim REAL time estim play CPU ETA 11136 11137 100 0 26 0 26 0 26 0 26 11 166x 0 00 32 3 40 0 48 0 56 1 64 0 80 2 96 68 112 461 128 2142 160 5999 192 1029 224 542 256 331 320 558 kbps LR MS long switch short 168 4 21 5 78 5 82 6 7 5 9 9 Writing LAME Tag done ReplayGain 6 2dB A quick comparison of the file sizes with different transcoding parameters C lame3 98 4 dir mp3 Directory of C lame3 98 4 05 09 2010 12 00 PM 4 654 810 music 128kbps mp3 05 09 2010 12 00 PM 11 640 206 music 320kbps mp3 05 09 2010 12 00 PM 8 903 879 music vbr0 mp3 05 09 2010 12 00 PM 6 114 967 music vbr4 mp3 4 File s 31 313 862 bytes

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  • jam » Blog Archive » Antelope Island, Utah
    and is supposedly one of the oldest and largest in the United States The island is also home to some of the oldest rocks ever found at 2 7 billion years These are older than the rocks found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon Group photo at the end of our short hike at Buffalo Point Tags Salt Lake Travel USA Permalink Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comments Photos Flickr Widget requires Flash Player 9 or better More photos on Flickr Categories Coding 4 Conference 6 General 3 Linux 2 Multimedia 2 Rails 2 Sport 1 SUSE Studio 3 Travel 5 Web Services 1 Windows 1 Work 4 Archives April 2012 1 March 2012 1 September 2010 2 June 2010 3 May 2010 7 March 2010 3 February 2010 1 November 2009 1 Search Box Tags 2010 Amazon Amsterdam Ash Berlin Brainshare Coding Conference EC2 Fly Germany Hacking Linux LinuxTag Lufthansa Mac Malaysia Multimedia Provo Rail Rails Ruby S3 Salt Lake Singapore SUSE Studio Taxes Travel USA Web Services Windows Work XSS Recent Posts New bike Ruby conference wroc love rb Unrestricted and secure web surfing Updated LAMP stacks on SUSE Gallery

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  • jam » Blog Archive » Novell Provo office
    have been to a number of Novell offices in South East Asia and Europe but those were mostly small sales offices so they pale in comparison We occupied a conference room on the 5th floor of the main building during our 2 day visit there The views of the surrounding mountains were simply stunning Fantastic views from the office window More snow capped mountains from the other window There s a pantry on every floor The pool table is upstairs on the 8th floor This one has a table soccer Fußball Had a great time meeting up with the team here and hope to be back again sometime in the near future Will definitely have to try to squeeze some time over the weekend next time to visit some of the nearby national parks especially Arches The rest of the photos from this trip are here Tags Provo USA Work Permalink Leave a Reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comments Photos Flickr Widget requires Flash Player 9 or better More photos on Flickr Categories Coding 4 Conference 6 General 3 Linux 2 Multimedia 2 Rails 2 Sport 1 SUSE Studio 3 Travel 5 Web Services 1 Windows 1 Work 4 Archives April 2012 1 March 2012 1 September 2010 2 June 2010 3 May 2010 7 March 2010 3 February 2010 1 November 2009 1 Search Box Tags 2010 Amazon Amsterdam Ash Berlin Brainshare Coding Conference EC2 Fly Germany Hacking Linux LinuxTag Lufthansa Mac Malaysia Multimedia Provo Rail Rails Ruby S3 Salt Lake Singapore SUSE Studio Taxes Travel USA Web Services Windows Work XSS Recent Posts New bike Ruby conference wroc love rb Unrestricted and secure web surfing Updated LAMP stacks on SUSE Gallery Cross site scripting protection in Rails Lessons learned from a tech career

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  • jam » 2010 » May
    of options license print License information In order to shave a couple of megabytes off my MP3 I re encoded it from 320kbps to variable bit rate VBR C lame3 98 4 lame h V4 music 320kbps mp3 music vbr4 mp3 ID3v2 found Be aware that the ID3 tag is currently lost when transcoding LAME 3 98 4 32bits http www mp3dev org CPU features MMX ASM used SSE ASM used SSE2 Using polyphase lowpass filter transition band 17249 Hz 17782 Hz Encoding music 320kbps mp3 to music vbr4 mp3 Encoding as 44 1 kHz j stereo MPEG 1 Layer III VBR q 4 Frame CPU time estim REAL time estim play CPU ETA 4700 11137 42 0 04 0 11 0 04 0 11 25 820x 0 06 32 2 40 0 48 0 56 1 64 0 80 0 96 12 112 219 128 1042 160 2452 192 349 224 237 256 139 320 247 02 48 kbps LR MS long switch short 167 3 21 9 78 1 81 4 7 9 10 8 It took 26 seconds on my IBM T61p laptop Frame CPU time estim REAL time estim play CPU ETA 11136 11137 100 0 26 0 26 0 26 0 26 11 166x 0 00 32 3 40 0 48 0 56 1 64 0 80 2 96 68 112 461 128 2142 160 5999 192 1029 224 542 256 331 320 558 kbps LR MS long switch short 168 4 21 5 78 5 82 6 7 5 9 9 Writing LAME Tag done ReplayGain 6 2dB A quick comparison of the file sizes with different transcoding parameters C lame3 98 4 dir mp3 Directory of C lame3 98 4 05 09 2010 12 00 PM 4 654 810 music 128kbps mp3 05

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    Amazon Simple Storage Service S3 I won t go into the details now There is a bit of a learning curve to get started with Amazon S3 and EC2 and I will talk more about that in later posts Once you learn the terminology and set up the tools locally working through the API is pretty straightforward though slow I ve found the following Firefox plugins very useful in managing my Amazon S3 and EC2 account S3Fox and ElasticFox Tags Amazon EC2 S3 Web Services Read more Comments 1 MyGOSSCON 2009 November 7th 2009 Conference SUSE Studio Travel Putrajaya International Convention Centre PICC By spOt ON Just spent the last 3 days at the Malaysian Government Open Source Software Conference MyGOSSCON It took me three flights and over twenty hours to get here but I arrived a day before the conference so I had sufficient time to adjust to the local time zone Feels good to be back in this part of the world The conference was held in the Putrajaya International Convention Centre PICC which is about 40 minutes drive south of the capital Kuala Lumpur KL The neighbouring city of Cyberjaya planned as the country s answer to Silicon Valley is just 15 minutes drive away This is part of the government s Multimedia Super Corridor which is designed to attract high tech companies via tax breaks and excellent connectivity I have been to KL before several years ago but this was my first time in Putrajaya Malaysia s federal administrative centre and former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir s grand legacy The entire city was carefully planned and built from scratch over what was mostly palm plantations About 40 of the city is reserved for green areas The impressive government buildings are separated by vast open spaces and linked by a network of mostly empty boulevards particularly at night when the city becomes a ghost town Impressive government buildings in Putrajaya By Fusion Tech Putrajaya Boulevard at night is almost lifeless By spOt ON One nice thing about KL Putrajaya is that things are so cheap despite both being very modern cities For instance you can stay in a deluxe 40m sq room at the top notch 5 star Shangrila hotel for only 280 RM 70 EUR per night including complimentary Internet The hotel even has an infinity pool That kind of money can only get you a small room in old 3 star hotel or worse in Central Europe There is not much this area though so if you are there as a tourist it is much better to stay in Petaling Jaya or KL central around Bintang Walk It is a little more expensive but not by much and so much more convenient At the conference itself it turned out that we had the largest exhibition booth which was flanked by two large video screens I later found out that Novell was awarded the best exhibitor award for OSS showcase at the award ceremony held

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