[Icecast] "Pealing the media onion: containers, mappings, codecs, understanding multimedia formats"

Jack Elliott that.jack.elliott at gmail.com
Sun May 22 00:48:40 UTC 2022

Might want to change "pealing" to "peeling."

The former is usually used for ringing bells, the latter for pulling 
layer off something, like an onion.

Yes, English was designed to be difficult.

Jack Elliott
Director of Classical Music Programming
KPOV 88.9 FM
High Desert Community Radio
Bend, OR

On 5/18/22 08:26, Philipp Schafft wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> after a poll for the next topic we'll have our next presentation
>                         "Pealing the media onion:
>      containers, mappings, codecs, understanding multimedia formats"
> this Friday at 15:00 UTC.
> All the details:
> https://www.linkedin.com/events/6932709607819636736/about/
> This one is on media formats but does apply to most file and streaming
> formats. While we think that it is a good presentation for everyone
> working with files on a modern computer the focus is a bit more on
> developers this time. This also means that we hope to see some young
> developers and/or students.
> That said the rules are the same as always:
>   * To apply for a virtual seat you MUST send us a message (e.g. reply
>     to me off-list). We'll answer all messages informing you if you got
>     one of the limited seats.
>   * Max. two people per organisation/university/school.
>   * Happening in our Jitsi, "cams off". We expect everyone to
>     participate in the open discussion at the end of the presentation.
> With best regards,
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