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A geysir made from the direct water-intake to a hydroelectric power plant. After passing though 2000 meters of pipes and 500 meters of waterfall, it arrives at the power plant with a pressure of 44 bars and shoots 75 meters up into the air. Geysir is run twice a day for 5 minutes at 1pm and 9pm, video is from the 9 pm run.
My videos currently span a range of resolutions from the smallest at 256x144 to the highest at 1920x1080 and I've been debating with myself if there are any advantages to go with a single video resolution.
If I scaled them up to say fit a FullHD 1920x1080 resolution, does that give me any advantages? I can only see the one downside, more diskspace without any quality gains. Perhaps it would make it easier to process them if I kept them at the same standard format? Anyone got thoughts on this?
Another week and more tweaks. Back to "full" version. Happy with the process to create 10-bit files, so back to 8-bit for compatability, at least while alternatives are not ready. This should work fine on most new androids at least.
I think the title and group positions in the beginning should be swapped, but I'll fix it next round.
After a request from @FediVideos I decided to take a shot at updating the English-language narration for the "What is PeerTube?" explainer video. Video is released as CC-Share Alike, feel free to use it where/how it might be helpful for the #PeerTube community!
I thought this would work but checking again now it seems like I was mistaken. VLC give me audio but no video, and chrome doesn't even start playing. 🤔
Perhaps going for profile3 was taking it too far 😀
New upload v3:
Some further experiments on the video format. Bigger fonts on text, both intro and end scroller. Changed how the text is made so easier to thow in a few text formats and fills more of the black area.
Since as far as I can tell people think the demo itself is fine, this time I dropped it and only included the intro and outro bits, since those are the focus at the moment.
@FiXato Don't know if it's because I tweaked things but discovered you can plug the download url straight into VLC. For this one it's https://algorithmic.tv/download/videos/5032d1e5-a241-4d10-9b4e-a1df6b85f571-720.mp4
Perhaps I should make it part of the short-url scheme ..
Another experiment, with the same old video. Spent the time creating the build-tools, and bumped the quality bar even higher. This is another vp9/opus but in an mp4 container with HLS on the server. Also, proper black on the end scroller 👍
I've been fiddling with my video format for a while, and took the "corrupted archives" incident as an excuse to redo things differently.
While the demos themselves are the same as always, I decided to bake all the text that came with it into the video itself and create a proper end/outro thing.
All of it is still work in progress but I wanted to get some input on what people thought about it, so consider this an early access of some kind. I needed a demo to experiment on as well so enjoy "Call of the Wild" by some mad people. Heia #norge
Finally the video itself is my attempt at a 10-bit video so it might be picky on the mediaplayer/browser you attempt to play it on but should be supported on modern browsers at least.
Or perhaps I have to go with VP9. Damnit
In 1993 I created a very specific antivirus on Atari ST to eradicate a very common virus that plagued our floppy disks: GHOST.
Ghost was considered benign by many people, because the only thing it did was to reverse the Y axis of the mouse every 10 infections. It was so common that some people were used to this Y-axis inversion when using their ST everyday.
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#TIL that VLC have the ability to synchronously play two media files. Handy since I usually keep the A/V separated while I'm working on them.
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