[AG-TECH] Recording a musical performance.

David Bowler D.Bowler at sheffield.ac.uk
Mon Feb 6 10:57:52 CST 2006

>  Hi David,
>  Have you looked into the AccessGrid recording program AGVCR? On an 
> average PC it handles a large number of sources without dropping 
> packets. For example, on a 2.8Ghz Dell with 1GB RAM, running Windows XP,
> AGVCR CPU usage is typically in the 5% to 7% range while recording the NCSA
> Lobby.
> http://iri.informatics.indiana.edu/~dcpiper/agvcr/
>  The only worry you may have is disk space.
>  I'm giving a talk about AGVCR in the AG Townhall tomorrow, if you want to
> attend.
> https://agschedule.ncsa.uiuc.edu/meetingdetails.asp?MID=2506
I have AGVCR installed on a machine (XP, 1.6 Ghz and 512mb memory), I have 
used it to record sessions, with great sucess and I am very pleased with 
some of the results. Still haven't got round to reading about muting streams 
and editing but rest assured I will.

I hope to be at the meeting tomorrow, 

 David Bowler
 The University of Sheffield
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