I need to start working on NE TV announcement posts and videos and social content.
I'm going to run myself ragged.
I think the above list should include an extra week somewhere, but I'm not sure exactly where it goes. I think between the last weekend of apple festival and the birthday travel?
Regardless, in the intervening time, we have to finish shooting and editing three episodes of Expedition Sasquatch, finish shooting and editing at least two episodes of Shouting Into The Void before the 5th.
Lots of other shoots are scheduled too, but we've been less diligent than we should be.
There's no H/W acceleration for linux apps, so I expect kdenlive will not go well.
All the non-betty white footage has been clips from the production folder of Shouting in the Void, or commercials for the coffee shop.
All of this is the contents of the Videos folder on my scratch drive on my primary laptop, which I figured was a good safe source of video that it wouldn't hurt anyone else to see.
It looks like an episode of Space Patrol just kicked off. I'm going to go to bed now, so no one is going to get to see it.
It's season one, episode 27. I think I've posted it on archive.org already, but I'll double check tomorrow.
For anyone who watched along, all the Betty White and similar footage is from Archive.org.
I think this is all "The Betty White Show" but those get mixed up with "Life with Elizabeth" a lot. The two shows were very similar, and there are like six other shows called The Betty White Show. (The woman was Prolific. Often doing more than 4 hours of live broadcast A Day, all throughout the 1950s.)
Geritol isn't really "diet" pill exactly.
I mean, it was advertised that way.
I think in the 50s it was really just an Iron supplement?
Regardless, they're part of the consortium that rigged gameshows and just broke the way Television paid for itself in the 50s, so I'm not a fan.
The audio for the Dark Mistresesses's'd've midnight movie trailer is rougher than I remember.
Like, I knew it was rough, I just hadn't realized how bad until I heard it on my TV. That's what we get for trusting the onboard mic on a 50 year old video camera.
These spaceship shots are gorgeous. Jack did a really wonderful job with them and I'm looking forward to the last batch.
lmao, Connor is just having some kind of fit to camera.
I won't keep this going for much longer. An hour tops. Just trying to get a feel for what this kind of setup is capable of.
Don't get me wrong, it doesn't look *great* or anything, but it's watchable.
And I can stream it from myself to myself in my home in spite of the fact that we've got about 350k up and 500k down on a good night.
If anyone wants to join in and watch an old sitcom or whatever else happened to be in the folder I pointed VLC at for a few minutes and let me know if it works, or if it's dropping out sections for you the way I assume my slow downstream connection makes it do occasionally for me, you can find the stream at https://newellijay.tv
(When it's live, it's embedded on the home page.)
Looks like I can use ffmpeg maybe but it's ugly.
(This is so I can queue up videos to live stream during their "premiere" before I post the VOD, and be reasonably certain that local internet trouble won't kick me offline.)
Hey video nerds! I want to find a client that I can use to livestream (to peertube) a playlist from a headless server.
Ideally, I'd have a really really easy way to override it from my local machine with actual live content rather than a playlist, but I'll deal with that being slightly cumbersome if I can get just regular playlist livestreaming from a command line client.
These are terms that don't return good search results, or possibly I am bad at using modern search engines?
Regardless, I would welcome suggestions or tips if you have them.
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