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Don't Forget Your Dongles & Capture Your Sessions

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davedelaney's picture


If you’re presenting at PodCamp Nashville you’ll want to be sure you bring along your dongles and remotes.

Don’t forget that every session, photo, video and audio recorded at PodCamp must be available under Creative Commons. We’ll do our best to record and stream sessions as possible. If you really want to record a session (including your own) feel free to bring a camera and a friend to shoot you.

Please be sure to sign up to speak no later than noon Thursday. If you miss the deadline you will still be able to register yourself on Saturday in person in true PodCamp fashion.

We’ll have the full schedule up on Friday.

Don’t forget to follow up on Twitter: www.twitter.com/pcn.

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sound

gavoweb's picture

if i were to run some sound off my laptop, should i bring my own 1/4 inch cable with converter to plug into what sound is available or just do the ‘lean microphone up to computer speaker thing?’ or would there be some other sound presentation options?

Computer Audio

Ted Chapin's picture

We will have a direct box for computer audio prepared for the standard 1/8 output at the lobby stage. It is my understanding the same functionality exists in Averbush although I can’t confirm absolutely until I see it myself. We are not amplifying sound in the classrooms on the second floor. Details on your session location will be included on a handout that you will receive upon check in.