[theora] x265 and NHW comparison images posted to https://nhwcodec.blogspot.com/?

Raphael Canut nhwcodec at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 22:51:02 UTC 2018

Hello Spork,

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!!!

Many thanks!

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
>> images.But
>> > be sure, as soon as you have sent me a free alternative host, I will
>> upload
>> > there too!
>> I recommend https://archive.org -- there you can make an account, create
>> an
>> "identifier" (a named folder for the data you want to upload,
>> essentially),
>> and upload the picture files. archive.org will handle zipping them
>> together
>> or letting a user download the images individually. None of this will
>> cost
>> you money, it's all available gratis, and downloading from there requires
>> Javascript.
>> 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:
>>    https://archive.org/download/IDENTIFIER/FILENAME
>> 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
>> minimal
>> 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
>> width.
>> Thanks!
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