Inconsistency Video



  • @zombojoe:

    good ol chivalry

    Another classic gameplay video eh?



  • It’s only annoying when 3rd person players use it imo, they can position themselves so the slash starts inside you while they still see you, because third person got those kind of advantages. Even with 140 fov 1st person I wouldn’t see the enemy if I placed myself like that which would put me at a disadvantage.



  • Since we’re on inconsistency video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXKWvronIWQ

    About 2 hours recording too.



  • @LaPoutre:

    Since we’re on inconsistency video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXKWvronIWQ

    About 2 hours recording too.

    Why tick the box that makes it so the video only plays on monetized platforms?



  • @lemonater47:

    Why tick the box that makes it so the video only plays on monetized platforms?

    Hum. I selected all platforms. It’s possible YouTube changed it because of copyrighted audio…



  • You can even see nere type in the chat in your video that you posted in his topic, crazy stuff going on.



  • @Xylvion:

    You can even see nere type in the chat in your video that you posted in his topic, crazy stuff going on.

    Wow didn’t see that



  • @LaPoutre:

    Hum. I selected all platforms. It’s possible YouTube changed it because of copyrighted audio…

    I see I should of checked the description.

    You’re an un-partnered channel with no prior infringements. Rather than take down your video and/or give you a strike the music owners instead take ownership of your video, stick ads on it and profit that way. And YouTube takes a little skim off the top. If you call 45% a little skim. And of course to maximise profits they make it so it can only be played on computers which is where the ads are shown. If you complain about them making money from your video they could always just take it down.



  • @lemonater47:

    I see I should of checked the description.

    You’re an un-partnered channel with no prior infringements. Rather than take down your video and/or give you a strike the music owners instead take ownership of your video, stick ads on it and profit that way. And YouTube takes a little skim off the top. If you call 45% a little skim. And of course to maximise profits they make it so it can only be played on computers which is where the ads are shown. If you complain about them making money from your video they could always just take it down.

    Well I couldn’t watch the movie without using a proxy. Anyway, his video’s quality isn’t decreased by youtube because of his settings/partnership, unlike mine. :(



  • @INerevar:

    Well I couldn’t watch the movie without using a proxy. Anyway, his video’s quality isn’t decreased by youtube because of his settings/partnership, unlike mine. :(

    You get your resolution nerfed by youtube ? Oo



  • @LaPoutre:

    You get your resolution nerfed by youtube ? Oo

    Not the resolution but the bitrate.



  • That’s just youtube re-encoding the video. If you want to preserve the original quality, you have to upload it to somewhere else.

    The perils of being the world’s most popular video site, they have to re-encode everything to keep reasonable video sizes.



  • Some video formats and whatever codec you used in your Editing software are treated better by YT. I also read somewhere in YouTube that your internet bandwidth has something to do with how much bitrate is allowed for your video, like only connections with impossible uploads can have 30m bitrate videos (yeah, this sucks).

    These days I upload stuff at 8-10m bitrate and they’re not fucked up as much.



  • Your upload speed doesn’t affect how much your video is compressed. The amount its visually affected does depend on the original settings on the video. But they are all converted to the same thing on YouTube.

    At least you can upload 60FPS videos now. 2 years ago they also raised the bitrate they compress newly updated videos to. They do that every now and again.



  • @Alphonse:

    Some video formats and whatever codec you used in your Editing software are treated better by YT. I also read somewhere in YouTube that your internet bandwidth has something to do with how much bitrate is allowed for your video, like only connections with impossible uploads can have 30m bitrate videos (yeah, this sucks).

    These days I upload stuff at 8-10m bitrate and they’re not fucked up as much.

    YouTube partners can upload max 30 000 bitrate videos. Connection speed doesn’t affect it at all, it’s just a privilege granted to ytube partners.

    10 000 is the max for standard users.



  • to be fair though, getting partnered with youtube doesn’t take much lol



  • Yeah its pretty easy lol. Though it all depends on who you want to be partnered with.



  • @Kreittis:

    Connection speed doesn’t affect it at all

    Uhm…

    https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171?rd=1
    “High quality uploads for creators with **enterprise quality internet connections”

    **That implies a partner who has shitty internet would get 30k max bitrate (unless partners need such bandwidth to become partners in the 1st place)



  • @Alphonse:

    Uhm…

    https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171?rd=1
    “High quality uploads for creators with **enterprise quality internet connections”

    **That implies a partner who has shitty internet would get 30k max bitrate (unless partners need such bandwidth to become partners in the 1st place)

    I’m pretty sure that those are just recommended bitrates for people with good connections so that uploading videos doesn’t take forever.

    You can still upload 1080p 50k bitrate video with 52k modem if you want to spend few months to upload it but it’s not recommended.




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