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We Are Truly Fucked: Everyone Is Making AI-Generated Fake Porn Now - Motherboard
The technology to stick other people's faces into videos has now arrived and humanity is using it to create fake porn of celebrities.
pornography  ai  video  via:boingboing 
january 2018 by mcherm
Eyes Above The Waves: The Fight For Patent-Unencumbered Media Codecs Is Nearly Won
Patent problems for audio and video codecs might be a thing of the past because of an alliance of major tech companies who assembled and agree-not-to-sue coalition.
law  ip-law  video  via:reddit 
january 2018 by mcherm
AI-Assisted Fake Porn Is Here and We’re All Fucked - Motherboard
An AI algorithm usable by any random person on commodity Hardware is now capable of plausibly pasting someone's face onto another person's body in a porn video.
ai  pornography  video 
december 2017 by mcherm
Tyler McMullen - Load Balancing is Impossible - YouTube
Interesting video about how load balancing is difficult because you get a poisson distribution of load and it's hard to tell which server to send it to. "Pick 2 servers at random and send it to the one we think has least load" is one of the best algorithms.
video  programming  via:HackerNews 
december 2016 by mcherm
H.264 is Magic
A really fabulous layman's explanation of how video compression obtains such spectacular compression rates.
compression  video  images  via:HackerNews 
november 2016 by mcherm
This is what got me interested in topology : math
An excellent movie on topology and also a link to a still living pioneering blind mathematician.
math  video  topology 
may 2015 by mcherm
"Humans Need Not Apply" on YouTube
15 min video that does a good job of showing how robots and AI will transform the economy.
basicincome  video  ai  robots  via:reddit 
august 2014 by mcherm
Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants : math
A really good video that teaches some things about infinity and about fractals via some drawing.
youtube  via:reddit  math  drawing  video 
december 2010 by mcherm
Why Our Civilization's Video Art and Culture is Threatened by the MPEG-LA
Apparently a cartel with patents on video encoding ensures that essentially all cameras sold have a license that prohibits making "commercial" videos.
law  ip-law  video  patent  shrinkwrap  via:slashdot 
may 2010 by mcherm
Dear Mozilla, Please Don't Kill HTML5 Video! | Brian Crescimanno
A well-argued position in favor of Mozilla supporting the h264 format. But I fear it may miss the point that they're legally bound NOT to unless they pay a large sum of money. Perhaps instead of refusing to support it they should be setting up a separate contributions fund and when that's full they'll support it.
firefox  mozilla  video  via:HackerNews 
march 2010 by mcherm
HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing with the web · Christopher Blizzard
YouTube is now using HTML5 but with a proprietary format for the video. Firefox won't display it because it's a proprietary format. Learn from history (like GIF): use an open format!
patent  ip-law  firefox  google  opensource  youtube  standards  video  w3c  GIF  via:reddit 
january 2010 by mcherm
Dimdim: Web conferencing that just works.
A web conference tool that's free (at least for basic functionality).
via:BruceEckel  video  opensource  useful 
october 2009 by mcherm
Gentle Introduction to Video Encodings [dive into mark]
A review of video (and audio) encoding formats that is quite brief and simple but gives a great introduction for people who know absolutely nothing about the subject before starting. Like me.
MarkPilgrim  encoding  video  audio 
january 2009 by mcherm
VHS era is winding down - Los Angeles Times
As of today, the VHS is dead. Oh, and I got a new VCR two days ago. No, really!
via:slashdot  technology  video  history 
december 2008 by mcherm
Extreme makeover: computer science edition
Fancy video technology for embedding an image into a movie, as if attached to some flat surface in the video.
via:slashdot  video  personal_net 
november 2008 by mcherm
Dr. Horrible
An online video produced (and partly written) by Joss Whedon. It's really, really good. It has humor, silly sci-fi heros, and it's a musical. Reminds me of the movie "Mystery Men". This is what I've always thought online video could be... lower production values than television, but far more creativity.
funny  tv  JossWhedon  video 
september 2008 by mcherm
Dimensions Watch English
A video (rather lengthy) that includes visualizations of 4D objects.
via:slashdot  math  video  dimensions 
august 2008 by mcherm
Viral marketing interface for election 08 prank!
A "personalized video" sticks your name into a news story.
video  personal_net  election 
july 2008 by mcherm
Brightcove vs. YouTube
A review of a place to post video, OTHER than YouTube.
video  BruceEckel  youtube  personal_net 
june 2008 by mcherm
Owning the Clouds - Update (how now, brownpau?)
Guy posts video to Google video as public domain. Others make cool parodies from it. Eventually, one of these (with copyright) causes his to be flagged as a copyright violation and taken down. He raises the issue and it's resolved.
copyright  ip-law  video  google  via:boingboing 
may 2008 by mcherm
Molecular Visualizations of DNA
A visualization of the amazing nanomachines involved in DNA replication and transcription. I always thought of these molecular devices as "clunky", imagining this was the case because they were formed by random evolution. This video taught me otherwise.
DNA  science  video  biology  visualisation  youtube  nanomachines  nanotech 
may 2008 by mcherm
Inside story: the making of a legal TV ‘torrent’ | last100
Public TV in Canada chose to distribute a show by bittorrent. This article describes what they went through in order to do so.
via:boingboing  bittorrent  video  copyright  personal_net 
march 2008 by mcherm
Advice on Videos Needed - CSS-Tricks
Random blog posting that had some interesting comments and discussion of how to keep a video small. More questions than answers.
video 
february 2008 by mcherm
Break a Leg - The Sitcom - The Blog - Break a Leg - The Online Sitcom
A free online sitcom -- and it's good! It's about some folks who are making a sitcom. While the writers' guild is on strike, watch this. After they settle the contract, keep watching.
tv  video 
january 2008 by mcherm
Jing Project: Visual conversation starts here. Mac or Windows.
A screencast tool that is extremely simple and easy to use, particularly easy to share the contents.
screencast  video 
december 2007 by mcherm
reason.tv
I should try this out. It looks quite interesting.
video  humor  todo  politics  via:boingboing 
december 2007 by mcherm
Subtext Demo
Demonstration of a language called "subtext". This is a two-dimensional language using tables rather than text. Usually, that's a no-no, but there is something interesting in what he is doing here.
programming  video  languagedesign  languages  subtext 
october 2007 by mcherm
YouTube - STEAMPUNK RAYGUNS!
A cool steampunk video selling rayguns.
video  steampunk  fun 
october 2007 by mcherm
Online video course on monads | Lambda the Ultimate
Video lectures on monads (from a math point of view). I should watch them.
tutorial  video  math  monad  todo  functional 
october 2007 by mcherm
When Robots Attack
Cool online flash animation. Robots attack, to a soundtrack.
funny  game  personal_net  via:boingboing  video 
september 2007 by mcherm

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