Congress is over now and as always, there has been much more to see than what could be seen in four short days. If you missed some of the talks however, we can help out: Almost all talks have now been released on http://media.ccc.de/browse/congress/2013/ in various formats.
If you prefer a plain directory listing, please go to http://cdn.media.ccc.de/congress/2013/. It has been reported that this URL also works quite fine with various media players e.g. XBMC.
Each talk is available as MPEG-4 AVC/H264 and WebM/VP8 in 720×576 resolution (anamorphic 16:19). For the talks in hall 1 we additionally have a 1920×1080 HD version. If you need smaller files e.g. if you are playing them on a mobile device: There is also a “LQ” 512×288 resolution version and audio-only files in Opus and MP3.
If a filename contains multiple language marks like de-en the video contains two audio tracks: native room audio and a translation.
- de-en means the talk was held in German and translated into english. This has been done for every German talk!
- en-de means the talk was held in english and translated into German.
For other ways of getting the files can be found at the wiki page Documentation.
The following talks have not been recorded at request of it’s speakers:
- Die Bundesrepublik – das am meisten überwachte Land in Europa
- V wie Verfassungsschutz
Additionally, there were problems with the recordings of the following talks. Sadly, we won’t be able to fix them:
- BREACH in Agda (5394): Audio track is missing for the first 8 minutes
- Opening Event (5605): No 1080p HD recording
- Do You Think That’s Funny? (5376): No 1080p HD recording
We also encourage you to help with the subtitling efforts at http://subtitles.media.ccc.de/. Look at the Subtitles project wiki page for detailed information and how-to’s. The project aims to provide a transcript (and possibly a translation) of each talk at 30c3 and helps to make the talks more accessible and barrier-free.
Why not combine watching of a talk with checking subtitles that need review? Just go to Subtitles status listing to check the current subtitle status of the respective talk.
Finally, we’d like to thank all of the angels who helped with the video recordings and everything related to it and also want to thank all those who provided us with servers, hosting and bandwidth to deliver the streams to you during the event.
–– The 30C3 Video Operation Center (VOC)