[theora] x265 and NHW comparison images posted to https://nhwcodec.blogspot.com/?
nhwcodec at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 22:51:02 UTC 2018
Yes, thank you so much to offer to host the NHW Project website on one of
your VPSes for free!
It would be so great to have a real website for the NHW Project."The
problem" is that I don't have the skills to design and create a
"professional-looking" website by myself...
Is it expensive to create a website? Do some of you could make this?
Any help to create the NHW Project website would be really great!!!
2018-07-16 0:35 GMT+02:00 Spork Schivago <sporkschivago at gmail.com>:
> Also, don't forget the option I gave you Ralph, where you can have access
> to one of my VPSes. We can create a subdomain for free, but if you want
> something like nhw.com, you'd have to register the domain name yourself,
> which wouldn't cost too much money.... Then I can help configure it to
> point to your page on my VPS. I'll host it all for free. You'll have
> your own user account and can edit the page as you see fit, upload images
> in any format, etc.
> On Sun, Jul 15, 2018, 6:26 PM J.B. Nicholson <jbn at forestfield.org> wrote:
>> Raphael Canut wrote:
>> > First I have added a link on my demo blog page to Google Drive for the
>> > image comparison folder of NHW and x265 on rather good quality
>> > be sure, as soon as you have sent me a free alternative host, I will
>> > there too!
>> I recommend https://archive.org -- there you can make an account, create
>> "identifier" (a named folder for the data you want to upload,
>> and upload the picture files. archive.org will handle zipping them
>> or letting a user download the images individually. None of this will
>> you money, it's all available gratis, and downloading from there requires
>> You can also link from archive.org's files into your blog to inline the
>> pictures if you wish. I suggest adding a link to the "download" URL for
>> your identifier. The URL will look like the following:
>> will be the pattern where you specify the identifier and filenames.
>> I don't know what you edit when you blog, but if you edit HTML the
>> markup you can use is going to look like the following:
>> <img src="https://archive.org/download/IDENTIFIER/FILENAME" />
>> If you wish you could also add extra attributes like alt, height, and
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