>The entire this is Art this I have never seen before.
>The entire this is Art this I have never seen before.
>We need your help to find details in these J6 videos that were released to the public today!
>Let's show them what we are good at!!
>I am 4hrs into 40,000hrs.
with 10,000 of us, 4 hours is all it will take - plus some "Mythical Man Month management," arranging the splitting of video, and gathering of results.
Is anybody arranging this? Anon could set up a site.
List the videos by filename, with a "results" column that's empty.
Multiple people can submit reviews for each video. Reviews should include timestamps.
Prior to submitting results, anon can click on "reviewing now" so that anons arriving will be able to search for, or have a link for, "unreviewed videos". Will keep track of "more than one reviewer" for a video, as well.
Will need to "manage damage", e.g.:
.A. Enemy may click all the links to say "we're reviewing everything" and then never submit results.
..1. So, to mitigate that attack, show how long ago the review link was clicked. And if more time than, say, 3x the video's length had gone by, show e.g., "reviewer abandoned reviewing, up for grabs" etc.
.B. Enemy may submit bogus results.
..1. Will need "who will watch the watchers?" type arrangement here, with "trusted reviewers" reviewing the reviews.
Another thought: can AI (etc) be used to identify faces, even with masks on?
For instance, that guy in vidrel hid his face twice while exiting "adjusting his glasses", knowing where the cameras are. Before that, though, face was somewhat visible, picrels.
Anon searched before posting and can say, answer isyes:
That project is 4+ years old, started near when COVID struck, so there are likely others as well by now.
Not a walk in the park. Well, maybe in a park with minefields, kek. Anyway, not a walk in the park but this can be done "easily" with the right motivation and direction. Thank you again, anon.
>He's got to be on other cctv cameras,
>all the way to taking his costume off
TY anon agreed.
Anon's moving this forward but ran into a snag: how to download video from
Anon sees wording saying it's possible, e.g., for the first one that is in "asf" format, filename "0178USCH01CryptEast_2021-01-06_14h00min01s293ms.asf":
"We’re sorry, we can’t preview this file type in your web browser. To view this content please download and open it on your device."
However, anon doesn't see any download options.
Picrel1 is the second video, filename "0177USCH01HallofColumnsSouthDoor_2021-01-06_15h55min05s433ms_1.mp4"; there's a "…" menu but it only has "Report Abuse". Right-clicking on the video, while playing or while paused or before playing, has no effect; no menu, nothing.
Anon wants to download these, as using VLC, can watch faster than "just" 2x.
In the "Switch to Grid View", while hovering over a video it shows a checkbox in upper right, and anon was able to select one, and more than one, video; however, still see no download link.
Can see in the List View (Grid also), over to the right, it says "Size 22.9 GB" - so, where's the link for the ZIP/download/etc?
Thanks, we'll get this done!
Interestingly, this appears to have been set up months ago:
Created: Sep 6, 2023, 6:44 PM
Modified: Sep 7, 2023, 12:24 PM
> >>19937112 (me)
>moar please, alot moar.
Anon's gotten further figuring out the video download but still haven't gotten it yet.
"Inspect (Q)" (kek) showed anon some of the details. It's pulling the files from "app.box.com"; from the file playable one (second in list, filename "0177USCH01HallofColumnsSouthDoor_2021-01-06_15h55min05s433ms_1.mp4"):
<video preload="auto" playsinline="" src="blob:https://app.box.com/c815781b-1953-419d-9b9f-7b3be5bc279d" style="width: 687px;"></video>
Has any anon managed to download any of the videos?
If so should be in Notables, pretty sure anon has been caught/catching up for a couple days.
But anon doesn't see everything; if you know how to download from
please post? Thanks!
>Any back up off-line files?
seriously anon's backup offline device has no partition on it, just went to back up yesterday and noticed.
can reformat but perhaps, need another…?
>the in minecraft line helps more with speech for brandenburg tests since minecraft is not real so no one can feel threatened by it. The art excuse would be more useful for objects. They were being so careful by putting that on there. Dancing that line that anons do.
agreed, anon was offering it up for comparison: "in minecraft"; "in art"; "in fantasy land where we have no consequences" etc.
Any Rand's quote comes to mind, "You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality."
anon backs up elsewhere but this was weird, haven't had time to fully investigate, as mentioned, thinking of just nuking and reusing but if there's damage/invasion/infection etc should replace
>God bless you.
And you as well anon! We're getting there. Didn't even know what today would bring. Guess that's kinda the point. Stay with it.
>VLC Media player plays/streams/converts .asf files
Any idea how to download from there?
>Looks to be streaming only for some strange reason. Guess they don't want civilians to archive it offline.
>And to log the IPs of everyone that watches those videos.
yep, we're watched, all the time; e.g. Akashic Records.
anon will see about setting up a VM with OBS to record one of them.
then, will see about automating it, and use multiple VMs. Selenium, perhaps? Need to dust off those skills…
Anyway, TY anon!
Hmm, an AI should be able to do this, but convincing the broken ones, that's the trick… (ChatGPT talks about legal issues; no, let's just talk about the technical issues! kek)
Just checked out a bunch of Chrome extensions (in a revertable VM), no luck. Several sites as well, nothing can download from
… So, asking for help. Thanks!
Will explore OBS in a VM in the meantime.
>>Any idea how to download from there?
>I'm working on that as well, digging through the inspector. The video itself is referenced by "/s/448e1d6zw0hvwmekg3nb4bkpsuk0wfhj/file/1300373106323" by no amount of URL manipulation can get me to it at the moment. Mind you, this sort of thing isn't exactly my forte.
Anon also found:
<video preload="auto" playsinline="" src="blob:https://app.box.com/1f8927ea-b1e6-43a3-9f07-7d1207727e9d" style="width: 499.556px;"></video>
From first video, filename "0177USCH01HallofColumnsSouthDoor_2021-01-06_15h55min05s433ms_1.mp4".
Logged in with anon's personal box account, fuck em if they can't take a joke.
Box doesn't seem to have any method to download, either.
Well, next step is OBS in the VM.
>Anyone tried using screen recorder or somthing of that nature?
yep checking that out now.
>Well, next step is OBS in the VM.
>>Anyone tried using screen recorder or somthing of that nature?
>yep checking that out now.
well shit, just wanna let folks know: OBS Studio in Ubuntu 22.04 crashes on startup. Had a few other things installed, rolled back to just base install plug Guest Additions and updates, still crashing.
Restored to the very first Snapshot, then "sudo apt install obs-studio" gave error, needed a "sudo apt update" first to reset the pointers, then install succeeded.
However, it still crashed on launch.
So, trying a different distribution, will install Arch in the VM which may take a little while.
Anon has a Win10 VM, but not a Win11 - otheranon mentioned a way of doing that, over here:
>WINDOWS 11 stream grab from screen.
>Record in a snap with Xbox Game Bar
(Anon sees it's already Notable - TYB!!!)
Arch in the VM shows a spinning icon on launching OBS Studio, then turns back into normal mouse cursor after a minute or so. No dialogs, no errors, and no window. Just a silent death, unlike in Ubuntu where at least anon gets an error message.
Turns out, it's installed locally, so will now try recording it while full-screen. At some point anon will work on automating it - but need to be able to do it manually, at least once, first! :)
Oh - so, just in case OBS Studio wanted newer code, anon did a "sudo pacman -Su" in the VM to upgrade: 744 packages to upgrade, 4 GB to download, so waiting…