Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary – Recording

After many problems we finally have a good version of the recording available.

Topic: Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary


The presentation will deal with parallel programming in Delphi 2007/9/10 and will cover high-level parallelism (Parallel For) and low-level parallel library components (task, thread pool, communication and synchronisation library).

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Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary – Encoding Problems

I am struggling getting the recording of the Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary published.   The session was fantastic and I am very grateful for Primoz for putting it together.

I recorded it on two machines and the original WMV files are good, but edit out 15 minutes of setup time  at the beginning and re-encode it to an MP4 for progressive download.    I have run into sizing problems and loss of sound.

I finally have an MP4 that makes you think your watching on an IPOD when you have 1280 x 1024 screen.

I am going to keep playing with the editing and re-encoding using some new software to see if I can’t get something better.

I had been editing and producing the videos using  Camtasia bug ran into a bug where I had to use Microsoft Media encoder to re-encode the file once before it could be edited in Camtasia.

In the mean time if you really want to see the content here is the video, but beware it’s really small 🙁

Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary

Topic: Parallel programming with OmniThreadLibrary



The presentation will deal with parallel programming in Delphi 2007/9/10 and will cover high-level parallelism (Parallel For) and low-level parallel library components (task, thread pool, communication and synchronisation library).


Tue, Jul 27, 2010 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT/UTC

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Generics and Anonymous Methods – Replay

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May Meeting – Generics and Anonymous Methods

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