Workflow Compilation 2020 [ongoing] - Desktop Customization & Workflow
jkl
I have a strong feeling that the recommended settings for macOS ("OS X") are lacking, but who am I to judge?
(I recommend to play it with 0.5x speed.)

https://cloud.rosaelefanten.org/index.ph...cW7kr2H7t9
vain
Here's mine. Hope it still counts, despite the lack of a successful IRC connection.

https://dump.uninformativ.de/v/38d22d61e...-vain.webm (77 MB)
https://dump.uninformativ.de/v/38d22d61e...l-vain.mp4 (10 MB)

These files will auto-delete in a year.

(Included the mp4, because the webm file has blown up in size.)
zge
Here's my submission: https://diode.zone/videos/watch/f8b1f5ec...ef2b9f8ceb -- representing the Emacs Gang!

A new notes:
- For some reason the recording was sped-up, so it seems like I'm a fast, even though I'm not really. So consider dereasing the playback speed
- I was interrupted for a moment midway through (just after pushing the commit)
- My configuration is currently in a limbo, so I had to fix a few things during the video (changing the git url, loading 0x0), but I think that adds to the reality of such a video.
vain
(20-05-2020, 02:00 PM)jkl Wrote: (I recommend to play it with 0.5x speed.)

(22-05-2020, 06:30 AM)zge Wrote: For some reason the recording was sped-up, so it seems like I'm a fast, even though I'm not really. So consider dereasing the playback speed

At least my system (i7-3770 from 2013) is too slow for the recommended ffmpeg call. Lot of frames were dropped, final video was sped up. That's why I recorded using ffmpeg's defaults (ffmpeg -y -video_size 1280x1024 -framerate 25 -f x11grab -i ... output.mp4) and then created a webm afterwards.
jkl
(22-05-2020, 06:30 AM)zge Wrote: representing the Emacs Gang!

It's weird seeing an Emacs without almost no visual changes...

(22-05-2020, 07:30 AM)vain Wrote: At least my system (i7-3770 from 2013) is too slow for the recommended ffmpeg call.

MacBook Pro 2019 here. That's not it, I guess.
z3bra
For the record, the video being "faster" is expected. That is what the « -r 16 » is for. I originally came up with this so the video would be shorter overall, and smaller in size too, thus resulting in a shorter full video. Our computer interfaces don't need a full 25 fps recording anyway.

Also, being a slow typer myself (~40 wpm), watching my own video felt slugish, and it was really frustrating to look at. Accelerating the video would make everyone a fast typist, plus it get straight to the point quicker.

Also @vain, the ffmpeg recording at 16 fps rather than 25, it should take less resource to record... Maybe that was the buffer size or something.
jkl
I understand. Now the problem is that it is really hard even for me to follow my workflow in my video because everything is too fast...
Anyway, today I learned a thing or two about ffmpeg, so thank you. I had never used that for more than just some format conversion.
venam
(22-05-2020, 02:58 PM)jkl Wrote: For the record, the video being "faster" is expected. That is what the « -r 16 » is for. I originally came up with this so the video would be shorter overall, and smaller too, thus resulting in a shorter full video. Our computer interfaces don't need a full 25 fps recording anyway.

I think I missed that, I'll re-upload my video with the speedup and put it on the same link.
vain
Oh, I see. Same video, but faster:

https://dump.uninformativ.de/v/1af132f0b...faster.mp4 (10 MB)
https://dump.uninformativ.de/v/1af132f0b...aster.webm (70 MB)

(Again, will auto-delete in a year.)

It's indeed a bit more pleasent to watch. :-) Although, I think it's also nice if you get a feeling for how fast someone really is. Not that I try to be as fast as possible, but it's still interesting.

Still no idea, why my webm is so huge, but yeah.
stark
(20-05-2020, 02:00 PM)jkl Wrote: I have a strong feeling that the recommended settings for macOS ("OS X") are lacking, but who am I to judge?
(I recommend to play it with 0.5x speed.)

https://cloud.rosaelefanten.org/index.ph...cW7kr2H7t9

Can you please re-record and push your code to a public repo this time ? Thanks for participating : )




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