A PSA regarding algorithmic.tv : After being dormant for some time, I have finally finished re-uploading and made everything available again. Codecs used are back to AV1/OPUS so you need to bring a beefy CPU or some accelerated decoding hardware to do proper playback but the quality should make up for it. If you still want to view them on a hardware challenged system, all are available in x264/AAC at lbry/odysee odysee.com/@DemoART:4

Chrome is now completely choking on downloads from files.scene.org.

Some investigation reveals that files.scene.org is in https, but every mirror it serves is insecure http/ftp so Chrome screams about bloody murder and mixed content, which is now blocked by default instead of just complaining. Perhaps its time to push all the scene.org mirrors over to https?

Also, disabling this flag chrome://flags/#treat-unsafe-downloads-as-active-content will restore functionality for now


Need a retro-production for tomorrow, any suggestions?

Wondering if I should be capturing some oldschool productions, and in that case what. Suggestions?

Third attemt is a charm. This one was a struggle and had several issues. All should be fixed now but resultet in a day delay.

ART-040 - Interceptor by Black Maiden algorithmic.tv/videos/watch/a1

It has taken me a while but finally my instance algorithmic.tv is up to date and in sync to the demoart project. Enjoy if you like these things.

Trying something new, and also one of my top ones, if maybe nostalgic.

This was the one that changed everything, hope I did it justice.

ART-005: Classic - Juice by Psychic Link

Hey guys. When I discovered some time back, it set some thoughts in motion that it might be possible to escape the sometimes horrible video quality on Youtube and do something good with it.

It has taken me ages but I finally have something I am satisfied with, so I'm pleased to introduce algorithmic.tv, a peertube instance dedicated to computer generated , primarily the .

Oh, and to push the technology a bit, videos will be encoded with AV1 and Opus. This should be fine for most systems but no luck for your shiny Apple-device yet.

First one out is "Kewler & MFX - 1995", because I thought it fit the theme.

Channel is here:

Hope you all like it and let me know what you think.

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