So I’ve been playing around with video a bit more lately. I have two different cameras that record natively at 1920×1080 (1080p). I can get my videos into iMovie just fine, but one thing that always annoyed me is that when I went to share a move I created with iMovie, the default options were pretty pitiful.
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For a couple years now, I’ve been learning and applying various tricks for developing and hosting multiple Python web sites on my development machines. During that time, I made a migration to Mac OS X. Most setup files for python applications and libraries work out of the box on the Linux distributions I’ve tried. For OS X, you can find a lot of prebuilt packages for the necessary dependencies but those packages want to be installed in the OS X system library location for Python.
If you want to host or develop more than one site with Python, you’ll need to use virtual environments. This applies equally to any OS, not just Mac OS X. There seem to be a few more tricks to getting things up and running on OS X however. Here is the process I went through to get TurboGears applications hosted in virtual environments on OS X.
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