1. Lossy H.264 video and AAC audio compression demo (using FFmpeg)

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    from Ryan Edge Added 6 0 0

    Gradual degradation of video and audio quality as bit rate is reduced in 15 second intervals, demonstrated using H.264 and AAC codecs via FFmpeg. To view the data rates, TURN ON CLOSED CAPTIONING. Bit rates are displayed in the lower half of the frame. Note the video begins at 318 Kbps constant. This is rather low in the first place, but illustrates the quick quality loss. Jump around to get a better idea of what's being thrown away... 00:00:30 | 00:01:30 | 00:02:30 | 00:03:30 | 00:04:30 FFmpeg command example: ffmpeg -i input1.mp4 -c:v libx264 -crf 20 -c:a aac -strict -2 -b:a 96k output.mp4 Encode/H.264: https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/H... Encode/AAC: https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC Video for Sinéad O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U" is presented/altered here for educational purposes. And is pretty transformative, in my opinion.

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    • Insider Interview: Yulia Bochkovska

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      Yulia Bochkovska, Director of Therapies, at MTU impacts children and their families with industry leading therapies ranging from Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) interventions to psychological consultations and treatments. We made time to connect with Yulia recently to learn more about her specialized areas of service. If you watch one thing today, make it this video (less than 4 minutes). Psalm 37:4 Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. PS- Know someone who has a similar passion or who should see what you just saw? Feel free to FW this email or share the video!

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      • Grid 3 - Accessible apps Part 2

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        • Grid 3 - Accessible apps

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          • THE GROWTH

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            from DEN Added 15 0 0

            One of the most recent and thrilling works on this substance is “Cellular Forms: an Artistic Exploration of Morphogenesis” written by mathematician and graphic designer Andy Lomas. The paper became a reference for forming the basic rules governing the system.

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            • Sally's SilentChallenge

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              Sally Roberts' SilentChallenge

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              • Powerhouse 10-Year Anniversary Mural

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                from Powerhouse Factories Added 9 0 0

                Ten years ago, we were hanging our art on any city street that we could find. Sometimes we asked permission, sometimes we didn’t. Back then all we cared about was about staying up, or getting our art out into the world for others to see. We hoped that people would see the art and engage with it—tear it, paint on it, add to it. Now a decade later, we set out to create one of our largest installs to date. To celebrate Powerhouse's 10-year anniversary, we wanted to create something that told the story of our evolution as Powerhouse and showcased our history of partnering with local arts and music organizations to share our passion for design, screen printing and rock posters. Thanks go to the Art Academy of Cincinnati for graciously providing the real estate to create our piece.

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                • Lynn and Sally prepare for SilentChallenge

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                  from Sarah Mills Added 268 0 0

                  SilentChallenge gets underway! Lynn and Sally at the beginning of their week of not speaking.

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                  • Savannah sets her own curriculum

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                    from Inclusive Solutions Added 12 0 0

                    When I am faced with parents or educators who seem sceptical that their children or students may actually have more to say than just “yes” or “no”; I am undaunted. I too never believed that Savannah would ever be able to communicate more than just making requests. The first time I was challenged on this issue, was when I attended an AAC course by Dr. Margi Lilienfeld sometime in 2004/2005. She spoke about “presuming competence”. I believed that Savannah was capable of more than she could show at that time, but I felt that all these symbols were too much for her. How wrong I was! Read the full blog here; http://inclusivesolutions.co.za/category/journey-to-independence-blog/

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