Ben Scheirman (twitter github blog NSSreencast) Rod Schmidt (twitter github infiniteNIL) Pete Hodgson (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:22 – Launching a UIWebView and pointing it to a remote URL
Autoplay Streaming over 3G or LTE
03:01 – HTTP Live Streaming
AVPlayer MPMoviePlayerController MPMoviePlayerViewController Microsoft Silverlight AV Foundation
11:24 – AVPlayer
Asynchronous Key Loading Protocol AVURLAsset Learning Core Audio: A Hands-On Guide to Audio Programming for Mac and iOS by Chris Adamson Key-Value Observing (KVO) Deli Radio AVAudioPlayer
19:42 – Use Cases
System Sound Audio Categories Playback Control AVQueuePlayer
32:21 – Core Audio
Learning Core Audio: A Hands-On Guide to Audio Programming for Mac and iOS by Chris Adamson Adding effects to audio and video AV Audio Mix Echo
38:51 – Interruption
42:04 – Network Connections
Network Link Conditioner in Lion - Matt Gemmell
44:07 – .MP3, .CAF, .AIFF, .AAC
45:32 – Transcoding
Audacity (Rod) Customers (Rod) The Little Redis Book by Karl Seguin (Ben) MMDrawerController (Ben) MacBuildServer (Ben) OpenEmu (Ben) Reveal App (Pete) Snap CI (Pete) Buildozer (Pete) ThinkGeek (Pete) Commit (Chuck) Candy Crush Saga (Chuck) Mini Golf MatchUp (Chuck) Portal (Chuck)
Web Apps & HTML5 vs Native Apps
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CHUCK: Hey everybody and welcome to Episode 10 of iPhreaks! That’s right, we’re on the double digits now! This week on our panel, we have Ben Scheirman.
BEN: Hello from NSScreencast.com!
CHUCK: Rod Schmidt.
ROD: Hello from Salt Lake!
CHUCK: Pete Hodgson.
PETE: Hello from thepete.net![Ben laughs]
CHUCK: And I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv! This week we are going to be talking about "Audio and Video" in your apps.
BEN: So this is where you just launch a UIWebView and point it to remote URL and then you’re done?
PETE: I did that once.
CHUCK: All the games that I play, I have to turn the sound off on them.
PETE: I actually did do that once, Ben.
BEN: Yes, it’s the quick and easy way to do it.
PETE: Yup, it was surprisingly good. I discovered, we’re going to jump straight into rearcane pit of noise, but didn’t let you do "Autoplay" on video; Apple doesn’t want you to do that. Can you still not do that if you’re using native video?
BEN: You can do whatever you want with the native stuff.
PETE: Okay. So for the web one, you can’t. But this —
BEN: I think it’s just kind of the Safari limitation…
PETE: Yeah [chuckles].
CHUCK: Every browser should do that. That rise me asked, too.
PETE: I think they say it’s a battery issue more than anything else like they don’t want you firing up the radio to download like 50 maybe, to start offering conserve concept.
BEN: Yeah, they have gotten a little bit more strict on the rules for that, and I don’t remember the exact numbers off the top of my head.