The EV VLOG is a video series about going electric. For many years I wanted to go electric, it wasn’t really for environmental reasons but for somehow I thought that it could be interesting to have a car I had to charge. Not having to visit the gas station, find the cheapest one, on the cheapest day, on the cheapest hour of the day(it was a thing, before 10am, on Mondays IIRC). Being able to just plug it in at home really appealed to me and also, since I have solar panels on my roof that produces more electricity than
Today I am testing the GoPro Hero 9 for recording audio while driving, trying the different audio settings and I compare it with using the iPhone 11 with a Rode SmartLav+ Hopefully we can come to an conclusion as to what are the best options. Maybe I need to do something completely different? Any suggestions are welcome! Oh, in case you are wondering, the words are “GoPro Stop Recording”. 😉
Last live stream went well, but there were room for improvement. What should you use? So I have invested in more gear, a USB PCIE card for more video bandwidth to my gaming rig, another Elgato Cam Link 4K go use with my cameras. Will be dropping the iPhone 7 from the setup, running my Panasonic camcorder and 2 GoPro’s instead. A Hero 6 and a Hero 9. One of them using HDMI the other GoPro as a webcam using USB.
Rather than repeating what is already there in the guides online, I will just cover the few things they have left out or needs to be updates so in this video there will just be a few useful tips and hints if you want to play with something that would be used in a petabyte scale setup. I am throwing in some hints to help you get started and have fun! In this setup, I am running it on my gaming PC, using VMware Player. There are free options available for doing virtualization. Links: Homepage https://www.vmware.com/products/workstation-player/workstation-player-evaluation.html https://getfedora.org/ https://gluster.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Quick-Start-Guide/Quickstart/ Useful commands