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Useful stuff from Thanet Technology

Thanet Technology

Thanet Technology is a monthly meetup for Geeks in Thanet and beyond. We invite speakers to talk to us on a range of interesting subjects under the umbrella of Technology from marketing to coding to art. The meetup is held on the last Thursday of each month. Be certain not to miss out on future events by subscribing to our emails at The Geekery's Website.

Zoom Meetup Recordings on YouTube

July 2021: Cyber Risks Matt Mapleston, Walkabout Projection, Shaun PRICKIMAGE
June 2021: Matt Mapleston 3D Printing, FPGAs, Discussions on future events, the digital divide, environmental monitoring projects
May 2021: Main Recording and Melanie King with presentation
April 2021: Lawrence Archard/David Whale Making the micro:bit and Alan O'Donohoe Inspiring digital makers
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Last active Mar 25, 2021
Useful Raspberry Pi Info

The Geekery: Sophisticated Streaming Course Resources

OBS Studio is free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. It features real-time video/audio capture and mixing using multiple sources including window captures, images, text, browser windows, webcams, video capture cards, audio sources etc. You can set up scenes with different combinations of audio and video sources and transition the live output between them. This is pro-AV mixing for free.

The output of OBS Studio can be displayed on a monitor, sent to a streaming service such as YouTube Live or used instead of a webcam for video-conferencing.

This course introduces OBS Studio and how to use it to stream to YouTube Live. Two sessions of 3.5 hours (e.g. 1000 to 1330, 1300 to 1630)

Course Pre-requisites

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Last active Mar 25, 2021
Lists of software I use
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Digital Colour Meter
Snap Converter
View .WoD Interactive Tool
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