182: I Had to Reboot My Car Today
Cameras, car infotainment systems, Apple TV Guide, bug bounties, and why podcast MP3s aren't VBR.
- John's camera hunt continues
- The tradeoffs of zoom lenses
- Sony Vario-Tessar T* E 16-70mm lens
- Sony RX10 III superzoom that John probably should get, but won't
- Fuji X-T2
- Sony A7R II, Marco's camera
- iFixit teardown
- Sony A7 II, the cheaper, older one
- Differences between A7 II and A7R II
- Olympus OM-D E-M10, Casey's camera
- Panasonic Summilux 25mm f/1.4 Micro 4/3 lens, Casey's 50mm-equivalent
- The mediocrity of car infotainment systems
- The ARM Mac feedback that won't die
- Planet of the Apps announces their advisers
- Apple TV Guide
- Apple launches bug bounties
- Apple's new diversity numbers
- Ending theme by Jonathan Mann
- Post-show: Why podcasts aren't VBR MP3s
- MP3 file structure
- More on frame headers, including the Xing VBR jump table
- Existing standard ID3 tags that could solve the problem, but appear not to be supported by anything:
- ASPI: Not precise enough for long podcasts.
- MLLT: Provides any precision level. A good candidate, but unsupported everywhere.
- A VBR version of this episode with Xing and MLLT tags
- Compared to the CBR version, it's 25% smaller with better quality during the theme song
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