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Working on a lecture for next week inspired me to properly condense all my bookmarked emulation resources into one basket, and put the list out there for everyone.

If you've got favored blogs/papers/guides for emulation, please contribute and share!!

github.com/EG-tech/emulation-r

Sadly cannot longer be installed via Homebrew / Linuxbrew with the options which are useful for AV archivists (e.g. OpenJPEG, Rubberband or Tesseract).

The registration for the 4th International Conference
in
(25–27 February 2019 at the BFI Southbank in London, United Queendom) has opened:
colour-in-film.net/2019-confer

Man pages are much nicer when hyphenation is switched off, because hyphenation makes way too many mistakes in technical documents. Just add the

.nh

command after the

.TH

line.

(On an Intel NUC with i5-6260U CPU at 1.8 GHz.)

Emulation is indeed a powerful tool!

Here is an application, programmed in witch uses XCMD and XFCN resources themself programmed in C, that works fine on a virtual machine under Windows.

Does a Homebrew formula for `cpio` (allowing to enable `mt`) already exist?

Reto boosted

Now that my FILM muxer is in FFmpeg, I think my next step will be writing up a blog post on it! I didn’t find many resources on this kind of thing, so I hope writing about my experiences will help other people - and be interesting in general.

I’m still trying to figure out why FFmpeg’s Cinepak is being rejected by the Saturn, but it’s a bit less pressing now that I have access to a vintage Cinepak encoder. My muxer’s still very useful for replacing audio.

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