Author Archives: mox

Introducing the VidUploadServer Github Repository

Recently completed the Video Upload Server project. It should be easier than ever now to setup an automatic uploader to YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion. The idea is that a video can upload to any service without using your desktop, and without needing a prompt to upload. Just plug and go (no click).

It’s now a Github Repository for easy implementation.

https://github.com/mox386/VidUploadServer

The basic rundown.

http://computer-dungeon.com/raspberry-pi-video-upload-server/

Fresh New Project Begun

The Raspberry Pi Youtube upload server project has begun.

http://computer-dungeon.com/raspberry-pi-youtube-uploader/

This small project is about being able to upload videos to youtube without the hassel of constantly monitoring the process. We’ve been doing it for quite some time, and didn’t think it was that big of a deal. By accident, we noticed a lot of other people had the same problem (but had not solved it). Regular uploads to youtube take a massive amount of time.

Through conversation (and other interaction) we discovered that many youtube content creators typically have upload times exceeding 6 hours per video. It is a huge issue for them, but many were keenly interested in our little side-project. After a lot of deliberation, mainly due to my workload we decided that this would be an easy project to put forward.

For obvious reasons, the ‘quad-monitor’ and the ‘partial augmented reality’ projects are just waiting for me to get the time.

 

Finally back in business

After a long several month Hiatus. The Raspberry Pi project AOID is back in business. AOID Fractals posted today. The end result should be something like this:

There are a few more things in the works.

 

 

Got some of the videos up

Alright, we got some videos up on the youtube channel. A little more views than I’m used to. The quality on the videos is pretty par, but that’s being worked on. AOID is the starter project. The idea is to do something so easy that it’s obvious.

Once complete it will all make sense, and then some things can be improved upon. Like better videos. For now, everything is in rushed ‘get it out there’ mode.

Website coming online, yawn!

Generally speaking, the professionals build websites on a locally hosted web-server.  Meaning that they use one of their own machines as a development server to build a website on.  After they’re finished, they move the thing over to the live website.

Well that’s all fine and dandy for someone with enough time on their hands to be perfect. However, this website is slated for rapid development.

So, over the next few days this website will change. During that time do not be shocked if A page has lorem ipsum on it. Things are moving forward quite fast.