Here’s the Video of John Lam talking about IronRuby at PADNUG last week. John is wearing a Bluetooth Microphone around his neck transmitting directly to the video camera.
Scott Hanselman has edited this 17 gig video using Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum, and ran the audio through a hiss filter and punched it up a smidge. Finally, the video was rendered as a WMV9 and used Expression Media Encoder to produce a Silverlight Project, which is of about 300 megs and is about 80 minutes long.
If you have trouble viewing the Silverlight Version of the Video, you can get the WMV directly from download.microsoft.com (which is cool considering I don’t work there yet, eh?)
So, again, that’s:
Video doesn’t work? Remember that Silverlight is NOT released, so things aren’t necessarily 100%. If you are having trouble viewing this video, do me a favor. Go to a command-line and run MSINFO32.EXE.
You’ll find it in one of two places – either in c:\windows\system32 or c:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSInfo
Export the results to a text file via the File | Export option (the command line switches don’t always work.) It WILL take a long time. Relax. Then, zip it up and send it to me. My email is my first name at my last name .com if you know what I mean. I’ll forward it along.
Microsoft, Silverlight, Video, Online video, Silverlight Video, John Lam, IronRuby, PADNUG, Expression Media Encoder, WMV
Source:→ Scott Hanselman