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If you think a video doesn't deserve its own thread, you can post it here
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 No.1766

¥ Flying planes is easy, you just point the stick where you want to go

 No.1767

>>1766
the hell... that was a flight simulator

 No.1768

>>1767
I've seen a few videos like this before. The radio communication is all real, although usually the timing may be changed or audio cleaned up a little. Then for visuals they'll have a flight sim to show what roughly happened, and occasionally they'll have actual flight path data available to get a better picture. The alternative I've seen is where instead they just show text with the audio, which is less engaging I suppose.

 No.1769

>>1768
neat trick

 No.1770

I can't even...

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>>1772
I remember that.

Somehwat related, Tod's Workshop just did a relatively in-depth and accurate test on early plate armour against longbows.

 No.1775

Nice series

 No.1776

lewd

 No.1824

I found myself a type of sport that is actually fun to watch.

 No.1825

sigh wish i could swim in the worlds best wavepool

 No.1826

>>1825
Dang, that's really cool. Unnaturally straight and uniform waves are kind of creepy

 No.1839

Podracing has NOTHING on this

 No.1861

I'm struggling to comprehend this existing. Speedrun for SNES Jeopardy. I just started watching it, but he has the answers loaded on GameFAQs, so it's just going through the motion and 'typing' the text in with the awkward console way of doing it which I really hated back then.
I can just assume he's doing it for the hell of it and doesn't do it "competitively"

 No.1866

>>969
I agree with him, Youtubers are idiots and it's annoying that people seem to take them at face value, I will see videos that have huge flaws in them and check the comments to see if people picked them up on it but not only do they often not pick this up but they praise the youtuber for it.
The people on Youtube are just people, on Youtube. They are not authorities in any way.
Some are better than others though and it depends on the subject I guess.

>>979
While yes I do agree with him, I also agree that he comes across as unlikeable.

 No.1867

>>1861
if it exists it can be speedrun

 No.1878

very convenient timing

 No.1879

>>1878
Youtubers call everything "a problem"

 No.1880

>>1879
It's more clickbait because he puts forth the solution to the very problem which is being developed at the end of the video.

 No.1882

I've found some good "corner of eye" things to 'watch' while mostly focused elsewhere on the screen. This SpeedGaming channel has a lot of good content, but there is ZERO organization so it's an exercise in futility to navigate manually. Put in the name of a game in the search bar and hope you get lucky.
However, there's this "Really Really Long a Thon" that seems to have a lot of stuff that will provide some good entertainment, so I plan to search for that phrase after this one.

 No.1883

I found an interesting channel for chroma-keys
https://www.youtube.com/@gbkun5329

 No.1983

Rumi post

 No.2092

Time...

 No.2093

Love the grips..

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 No.2218

Check this out

 No.2277

This guy does repairs on graphics card and it's really interesting. The buzzfeed-like humor of inserting random memes in the video is unfortunate, but it's still very enjoyable.
If nothing else, the time lapse parts are really cool. In this video, you can see one of the timelapse things at 2:54.
As GPU prices continue to climb I wonder if more people will do this stuff. We can certainly hope so.

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 No.2360

It's weird we live in a time where things like this happen. Growing up I only thought I'd read about things like this, I think the 90s-2010s will be seen as a little golden age for the most part

 No.2382

I love tardcats.

 No.2469

Interesting 35m video about the failure of a MMORPG that no one here has likely heard of. I briefly did, but I completely forgot about it. Ah, Ultima Online is something I miss a lot.
Alas, I'm not sure if MMORPGs will ever have the RP part again.

 No.2477

Famous styles are so formulaic

 No.2489

>>2469
>Ah, Ultima Online is something I miss a lot.
Have you tried Mortal Online 2?

 No.2490

>>2489
I heard of it, or maybe the first one, but didn't pay much attention to it. I stopped following MMORPGs for my own wellbeing, really.
Looking at the Steam reviews for it, it seems they recently consolidated servers into one shared server and are planning on moving to UE5 which seems like a chaotic time for everyone involved.

 No.2563

You're a good slug Sanny.

 No.2614

kitaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

 No.2615

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winning the algorithm

 No.2618

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I found a cool twitch channel. https://twitch.tv/SpeedrunHypeTV
As far as I'm aware it runs 24/7 and just does TAS speedrun videos of various older games. A TAS is a "tool assisted speedrun" in which people use savestates and probably slow motion to make the perfect possible run. There's no commentary, just game after game. It's pretty interesting second monitor material for sure.

 No.2690

love these videos

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 No.2708

heh

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 No.2858

the qajpers are always härd

 No.2859

>>2858
the qajoers

 No.2860

>>2708
boson dynamics

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 No.2998

This guy's channel seems pretty important
https://www.youtube.com/@HideakiUtsumi/videos




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