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 No.572[Last50 Posts]

If you think a video doesn't deserve its own thread, you can post it here

 No.573

There's this weird fluid physics add-on thingie for blender, although its interesting on its own I'm kind of interested in the text-to-speech part of the video. At parts it sounds pretty good, but then it sounds really artificial. I wonder how it can sound almost convincing at times...

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spiiiiiiin~

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>>576
10 mins on 4/qa/ vs 10 mins on kissu

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it would be nice if neural regeneration allows for bettered comprehension and learning skills. being able to learn a language like a child can would be nice.

 No.596

I know the cool kids of the internet hate GDQ these days and I can understand part of that, but man this really warmed my heart. This is from the one of January of this year and the commentator (not the runner) has a rather bad case of stuttering. But, he's in front of tens of thousands of people (online) live and he did it. Not only that, but you can see his friend the runner nodding and giving him as much time as he wants and then gibing some follow-ups. That's real friendship, on the internet.
Strangely enough, someone else gave a very similar comment on youtube which is really surprising since I expect the absolute worst from the place.
If the timer thing doesn't work for you, it's at 13:42.

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Interesting semi-debate. Should users have access to certain different ways of consuming a piece of media, and is there a "correct way" to do so?

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>>601
hooray new video

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my favorite outtakes

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I'm surprised with how semi-frequent fighting game stuff has been posted lately, no one has posted this yet.

 No.653

Hah! A speedrun of Ring Fit Adventure. This is a good preview for me. I think I definitely want it when I get a Switch

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I wonder what Kissu thinks of this video.

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>>655
It's flawed in multiple ways.

He says that while Japan does spend a reasonably large amount on defence much of that is on maintenance and then goes on a tangent about earthquakes(which actually isn't related to the budget of the military as much as one would assume or certainly as much as he does). Most nations are in a similar situation, modern military equipment costs a lot to maintain and constantly requires it, I remember reading a few years ago about how at any given time less than half the German sub force and less than half the German heavy air transport were actually operational as they either were in the process of being repaired or needed to be repaired. All advanced militaries suffer this and in Japans case it is probably likely to be a bit worse simply because they place a much larger emphasis on their navy comparative to their army than many other nations do and ships are expensive and need constant maintenance, it's long been held that in order to have one aircraft carrier you actually need three, because only a third will actually be operational at a given time.

Likewise, the industry just fine too. He mentions that the companies make less as a percentage than others do from military contracts and yes of course a lack of foreign buyers contribute but so does the simple fact that that is the way Japan is, it's made up of huge corporations that don't specialise on defence but still have a hand in it. However, Japan still actually has a defence industry which is more than can be said for a great many other nations and due to the size of their economy and manufacturing base it can easily and rapidly expand in the event of a war.

The demographic crisis is not well gone into either. He mentions that Japan started ageing before China but fails to mention that China is actually ahead of them now and ageing faster than they are, and that is by Chinese statistics which have a great many problems, the real situation is very likely to be far worse for them. He says the Japanese army is small and too old with an average age of 35, too many chiefs and not enough Indians he says, that is exactly how you want a pre war army, it's how Prussia bounced back after their defeat by the French and how Germany did so after WW1. If you have a limit on the size of your army, whether that be due to budget or the demands of a victorious nation, it is beneficial to build up an experienced core as that can serve as the nucleus of an expansion of the army if war ever does occur. But it's a moot point because war will not be fought in such huge numbers anyway, particularly not for Japan who is a naval power.

Finally he says the Japanese lack experience as well. So does everybody. Policing operations against goat herders are not experience.

In addition he leaves out a major point to all of this in that as I mentioned, Japan is a naval power. The Chinese navy is the largest in terms of numbers but it's a coastal navy with very few ships that can operated away from the coast and those that can are nothing to write home about, there blue water navy is far weaker than that of Japan(not to mention the US of course). The Chinese are an export economy and also rely heavily on energy imports that pretty much all come in through the Indian ocean while for their weak blue water navy to actually leave Chinese waters and get to that Indian ocean to protect the energy imports that their nation relies on to actually function they have to get past Japan, Taiwain, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and India and as I said, their navy is weaker. If they ever got into a war with Japan, just Japan alone, they can kiss their energy imports and their export based economy good bye.

 No.657

They are not actually a pacifist nation. The fiction that they are is only skin deep and the world knows this, China knows this. You don't build up such a large ocean going navy or an indigenous defence industry in the first place if you are pacifists, you don't build up force projection assets like aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships if you are pacifists. Remember there are 4 foreign military bases in Djibouti and one of them is Japanese, you do not do this if you are pacifists. The Japanese navy is also quite active in external waters, the Japanese know what they are doing and know who their neighbours are and how they should prepare and they have plans and assets based on that.

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>>656
>>657
Thank you for your reply, Anonymous. I knew a lot of the facts you mentioned piece by piece, but I hadn't put them all together as well as you did here. The video struck me as a very surface-level analysis without much backing in real understanding of geopolitics, particularly that of Japanese force-projection and maritime experience. Not to mention the complete and utter omission that the United States 7th Naval Fleet is based out of Yokosuka... Much worse is that they didn't mention the fact that the United States and Japan are in a long-standing mutual defense treaty where the US has committed to defending Japan from invasion, which in and of itself takes a massive financial burden in defense spending off of the Japanese...

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I can't remember if I linked this before, but at some point I finally found a Megaman parody I had in my memory for a while. I just remembered the joke about the baseball card guy and it was annoying to search for it.
It's so good, the humor is absolutely perfect.

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Wow. I guess it makes sense, but I didn't expect it to be such a heavy snow.

 No.763

become based

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>>763
I really, really dislike this guy, but this one, this one is okay.

 No.766

anyone know that feeling when you're looking at youtube's front page for informative content ; and it's not that it's giving you bad suggestions, but you know everything they're recommending already?

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>>763
kuso channel for kuso kids

>>766
not sure what you mean. could you elaborate?

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>>767
seemed pretty based to me

 No.772

Based on what?

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>>772
based on being based of course

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Based on what?

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>>773
> based on being based
*based on being boson

 No.779

Pumpkin dance is now a meme in Japan.

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>>779
think i linked one of these videos before

 No.781

what a strange video thesis

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>>781
Makes sense to me. Food has become really pronounced as the conspicuous consumption choice since rich people dress like slobs these days.

This video is a series of short cartoons that aired on Nickelodeon in the 90s. It wasn't made for Nickelodeon, but I remember it from then. It's pretty great.

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>>781
Yeah... I think this is one of those issues where someone can only understand things through politics when that's not at all what the person in question was addressing. And if anything, their analysis does this weird moral posturing similar to the "anti-fat shaming" rhetoric stuff where in the process of trying to point of the absurdity of the video and person they're respond to, they try to say that "all food is good" and that we shouldn't "shame" people for eating toxic waste fast food. Like... The issue is so clearly one of tightening health laws so that companies can't just serve up sewage to people, but people always cry about personal freedom whenever suggestions like those crop up. At some point there needs to be a societal reckoning that people can't just eat whatever they want, and companies can't just feed people whatever they want, because it leads to worse health outcomes and burdens the healthcare industry with diseases that are entirely avoidable.

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>>780
Ah, what a shame thought I was the first.

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nice combination of things i like

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someone linked this channel in #qa and I'm going to listen to this in the background

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>>810
cute

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Always interesting to study about what happened with Ancient Civilizations or what they were like before they fell.

 No.820

Age 4 is getting good reviews

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>>820
People have terrible taste.

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>>820
That thumbnail makes me want to gouge my eyes out

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tank

 No.841

Huh... wouldn't have guessed this would be dangerous

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>>841
Never took highschool chemistry?

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interesting to see the whole process

 No.845

Hah. Legend of Dragoon speedrun. Almost 11 hours. Good second monitor material.

>>843
I remember that show. Really strange and kind of really stupid, but enjoyable enough.

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Found a philosophy youtube channel that's interesting to listen to. They cover a lot of modern philosophy and every video from what I can tell is directly reacting to various comments and disagreements people might have. Despite the otherwise inflammatory topics they discuss, they have a very mild-mannered and analytic approach where they refer back to the philosophical underpinnings of said topics instead of directly delving into politics. It's very refreshing to hear things from a philosophical perspective instead of a partisan political one.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnEuIogVV2Mv6Q1a3nHIRsQ

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People like to complain about "The Loudness Wars" a lot, but I noticed something. I downloaded a movie recently and I can barely hear the damn thing!! It's like an absurd audio snobbery reaction to the loudness wars to have audio with such "dynamic range" that you have to have your audio level set to 100% to hear the quiet parts, but then quickly set it to like 15% when a loud part happens unless you want to blast out your eardrums. What a stupid thing. I get that quiet parts should be quiet, and loud parts should be loud, but come on! There has to be a better way than forcing the end user to constantly play with their audio settings, like... I dunno... doing this crazy thing called "leveling".

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>>848
when people complain about loudness wars they're talking about music, not movies. Though if they're theatre enthusiasts then they might not pitty the home TV movie watcher.

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>>849
>when people complain about loudness wars they're talking about music, not movies.
yeah... well... okay.

 No.851

don't make me feel like a bully... making it sound disheartened like I've caused you to give up the will to live...

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It's talked a lot about how icebergs can be much larger below the surface of the water, but wow. It's hard to conceptualize that that iceberg was about 3-4 times larger below the surface than it was above. A comment I read also mentioned something interesting: the lack of waves is emblematic of the water being very very deep, since shallower water would have more visible waves forming on the surface. The sheer scale of everything is just incredible.

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Would /aut/ download a car?

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mem

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I like the dolls in the cabinets

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>>918
¥meme channel
gross

 No.953

so weird how even in the microscopic scale there are such intricate animals

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dumb ants

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>>969
this guy is a major cynic who leans who on his former experience

 No.978

Damn, this never occurred to me

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>>969
hate this guy and his videos

 No.980

Being a professional youtuber as a career means you need to have an annoying persona, it's just how it works. If you start thinking "maybe this title is too misleading" or "I should react honestly instead of being an overblown caricature" I think your profits will suffer.

>>953
Hm, I guess it's been a couple months since I praised and linked this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBbnbBWJtwsf0jLGUwX5Q3g

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i really enjoy this guys art style

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>>985
It reminds me of another art style, or something like that, but I can't say exactly which one... Probably some chibi form from an anime or something.
Besides that I agree it's really cute

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Very cute little doll. Cool to watch them making it too.

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>>1014
I've got absolutely no idea how this works after watching the video, but I can visibly see that it works...

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>>980
dangerous information

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>>1017
nice i've missed people posting his videos

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This "adult swing" thing looks really cool. If I ever get the chance, I'm totally going to ride one.

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>>1040
They had something like this in my elementary school when I lived in Sri Lanka. Some kid walked in the way of it and busted his face. Undeveloped countries were so ghetto like that. Think I was involved in the injuries of a few kids.

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what a beautiful and sad sound

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>>1041
Hitting kids with a giant metal box swinging around is pretty crazy. That said, even with normal swings and monkey bars where I lived when I was going to elementary school, a few kids would break an arm or leg a year, and then they'd close them off for a few weeks after telling people to be careful and seeing danger line tape strung up in front of them. Kids getting hurt is just part of growing up I guess.

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Shared the previous two videos from this person before, which I found pretty phenomenal in visuals for being made by a single person, and certainly in scope and breadth of topic. I haven't watched this one yet, but I have high hopes it's just as stunning.

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>>1095
discord-tier social media trash.

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>>1096
Well I like it

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>>1109
then you're TRASH

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cool as heck

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>>1158
Cool. This video reminded me of a arcade machine "ride" I used to love at an arcade near me. It was a small booth with a display in front, and there a few different "rides" you could choose from. I think one was a icy mountain railroad track, and another was a cluttered kid's room riding along a little toy race track. It was really cool.

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Really cool mouse design that worked better than ball mice, but ended up falling by the wayside due to poor marketing.

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Holy magic stuff is really cool

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>>1168
Some things never change. I learned about religious stuff playing JRPGs in the 90s, too. Although, back in my day we had to READ.

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>>1168
Ah yes, the power of dragon tongue

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>>1173
he died

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Video about the size of Thylacines.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xg9PWCDAi0

 No.1183

I love Michael from Vsauce.
Whatever I want to learn about he has a video on it. Such a great channel with such great videos. Sad that its dying.

 No.1190

nice christmas present
love jcs

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I love how bored and confused many of the people in the audience look.

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Model work is very relaxing to watch.

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Not sure how many people would actually watch many of these, but the sheer amount of content on this speedrunning channel is crazy. It seems to mostly be tournaments of stuff, which means it's kind of repetitive to watch people play the same game over and over and over.
The most surprising thing to me is Mario Kart (SNES) tournaments. I had no idea such a thing existed.
But it also seems to have events in a way GDQ or ESA does, so you can find that on the channel, too.
Lots of good second monitor material.

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For an unfinished western animation this is so good holy kuso

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Video of a bear leaving Poland and going to Belarus.
This reminds me of a cryptid that I heard about on some dumb scary story video on Youtube about wolfmen or something like that. All the stories would mention a person seeing a dark, man like figure, covered in fur with the head of a dog. It's just people seeing bears I feel.

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need to somehow get this video to all the exhentai colorizers....

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The memes batman

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>>1262
given their body build, that was actually pretty dexterous; hope he didn't get shredded up by the wire.

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>>1304
It's just barbed wire. They were probably fine. Barbed wire is only good for catching clothes. Razor wire is what shreds people up.




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