[Clam-devel] Processing youtube video with CLAM

Xavier Amatriain xavier at amatriain.net
Thu May 21 06:42:19 PDT 2009

Hi all,

In the www 09 recording, we missed one of the coolest parts of the show: 
using CLAM to process audio that is playing on the Firefox browser in 
order to do real-time analysis of, for instance, a youtube video. I 
finally managed to record a screencast showing this at work. While this 
is not so much about CLAM as it is about Linux audio, I think it opens 
up very interesting and cool ideas for real-time audio processing of 
music coming from webpages. Feeback will be appreciated.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xApsL5XJGKc
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gozXzHroVTU

Btw, I was not able to record the last, and interesting part, directly 
on the screencast so I had to use a crappy camera. The problem is that 
the recording software (gtk-RecordMyDesktop) can not coexist with CLAM's 
Network Editor when they both user Jack... go figure. If anyone has an 
idea of why this is so, let me know.

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