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Customer Spotlight - KLFM

Hi to all member stations from Radio KLFM in Bendigo. We have certainly had an interesting couple of Months. Just before the Olympics, we were contacted by our news provider 3AW (Fairfax) that due to very strict copyright restrictions, we could not broadcast our news on our Internet Stream. As you could imagine, this posed a challenge, as we would have to have the audio feed switched every hour for 5 mins while the news was on our two FM feeds. ... Now with only half a day to the Olympics, we took our problem to our Streaming Provider (RightClick IT services). Thanks to Brad at Right ClickIT, who came up with some very clever scripting and smart programming that enabled the streaming feed to be cut at every hour for a duration of 5 mins...Many thanks to Brad at Right Click IT services for all his help and assistance.
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Brad Boyd receives a commendation (VOLUNTEER LIFETIME SERVICE AWARD) @ Australian #NFPtechawards

I was delighted to have received a Commendation (Volunteer Lifetime Service Award) @ the 2016 Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards for 20 Years of Voluntary Service with Western Radio Broadcasters. Finalists; Volunteering Australia Technology Volunteer of the Year Brad Boyd (Western Radio Broadcasters Incorporated – Stereo 974) Trent Geddes (2GHR Incorporated) Daniel Billing (Indigenous Reading Project) The awards night was a great way to recognise the hard work volunteers put into many of these great organisations. Congratulations to all the Finalists and category winners, a big thanks to Connecting Up for hosting the evening and for the services you provide to the NFP sector! Stereo 974 : #NFPtechawards

Compressing PDFs using Ghostscript under Linux

I had to email a PDF with several high-resolution images embedded. The original file size was 7.31 MB and this was unnecessary large for a single page PDF. I did not need the very high-resolution of the pictures, but only that the PDF would look good on-screen and in print on a normal inkjet printer. The magic of Ghostscript Googling the terms “compressing pdf” revealed several online options for uploading and compressing PDFs, but since I was sitting in front of a Linux computer and didn’t really trust any of these unknown providers I ended up using Ghostscript instead. The following command compressed my PDF from 7.31MB to 674KB in about a second: From the Ghostscript manual it can be

Streaming Links for IP Camera

It’s often hard to find the rtsp/mjpeg links for IP cameras from China. I’ve found this site to be quite useful S3 HTTP: http://IP:80/axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi?fps=10 RTSP: rtsp://IP:554/cam1/h264 IPSCAM RTSP Main Feed: rtsp://IP:554/ch0_0.h264 RTSP Sub Feed: rtsp://IP:554/ch0_1.h264 HTTP: http://IP/cgi-bin/net_jpeg.cgi?ch=0 HTTP: http://IP/mobile.htm BlueIris Extract from the BlueIris Help File. /image/{cam-short-name}?q=50&s=80 A single JPEG image from a specific camera or group, with optional quality (q) and scale (s) parameters.  Quality is a percentage from 1-100, and scale may be any number >0. /image/{cam-short-name}?h=100 You may also specify a specific height (h) or width (w) instead of scale. /mjpg/{cam-short-name}/video.mjpg An M-JPEG stream.  This stream is compatible with Blue Iris’s “MJPEG stream request.” /file/clips/{filename}&mode=jpeg&speed=100 An M-JPEG stream of a clip from your New clips folder. 

How to configure the Barix Instreamer

The Barix Instreamer 100 is a standalone device that will stream your audio to our servers, there is no dedicated PC required. Step 1 Head to the devices configuration page by entering its IP address in your web browser, eg Step 2 In the Settings, select Streaming Here you can enter the name of your device in the Own Name field. Scroll down to the Stream To section. Set Conn. Type to Shoutcast, Enter the Domain Name of your streaming server, and Port number which we would have already provided to you. Step 2 Still in Settings, select the Security tab, in the Ice/Shoutcast field, enter the password to you streaming server and click Apply. Step 3 Still in

How to configure Skype and voice recognition in Homeseer

Homeseer is a great application for automation around the house. It has the ability to understand voice and trigger commands and actions in response. For this to work we need to capture the voice and feed it into your homeseer pc. One way is to use specialist and often expensive microphone/mixer systems, or if your on a budget I’ve discovered a simple and cost effective way to achieve a similar result. The idea is to use skype as a tool to capture your voice commands and send to to your homeseer computer. Why skype? Its free and available on all platforms, which means this solution works from iPhones, iPads, Android Phones, tablets and PC’s. Step 1 Lets assume you already

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