youtube-dlIs Not Gone
youtube-dlis not gone. It's only gone from GitHub, which all right-thinking projects have already left, anyway. (Check out https://codeberg.org/).
youtube-dlnow the way we always have.
sudo curl -L [url=https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl]https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl[/url] -o /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl sudo chmod a+rx /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl
curl -L [url=https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl]https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl[/url] -o ~/bin/youtube-dl chmod 755 ~/bin/youtube-dl
sudo. We update
youtube-dl -U. It's necessary to update
The newly announced iPhone 12 Pro includes tools "that used to cost us tens of thousands of dollars."More of the movies you watch in the future will be shot on iPhone. I'm hoping that Apple comes up with a new video format to match their ProRaw stills format, and include the ability to set up colour grading in-camera even before starting the shoot. Videographers are already using FiLMiC Pro to shoot LOG footage and LumaFusion to edit and colour-grade with LOG-based LUTs. Given the power of the new A14 chip, I'd like to see a version of Final Cut Pro X (and third-party video editing suites like DaVinci Resolve) available for the iPhone and iPad, and not just for the Pro versions of those devices.
In preparation for this year’s virtual AdobeMAX conference, Adobe has unveiled two new initiatives that are meant to “inspire and empower diverse voices as we democratize creativity”: an Artist Development Fund, and a massive free collection of 70,000 photos, illustrations, vectors and other Adobe Stock assets.Also includes video clips.
the authors describe software they created that takes advantage of the fact that real videos of people contain physiological signals that are not visible to the eye. In particular, video of a person's face contains subtle shifts in color that result from pulses in blood circulation#technology #tech #video #DeepFake
YouTube is rolling out more artificial intelligence-powered technology to catch more videos that may require age restrictions, meaning more viewers will be asked to sign into their accounts to verify their age before watching.https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/22/21449717/youtube-age-restriction-machine-learning-rollout-kids-content-monetization-creators
Similar to how YouTube used machine learning techniques to try to better catch violent extremism and more of the platform’s most severe content beginning in 2017, and later to find videos that included hateful conduct, the same approach will be used in this case to automatically flag videos YouTube deems not age-appropriate. As a result, YouTube is expecting to see far more videos pop up with age-gated restrictions.
The company is preparing for there to be some mistakes in labeling, as is the case with any rollout of AI moderation tech. And as part of the changes, people watching YouTube videos embedded on third-party sites will be redirected to YouTube to sign in and verify their age. ...
DIY beauty trends popular on TikTok could be dangerous and harmful, healthcare groups have warned.Always finding new ways to be stupid? No, this kind of thing has been going on since before you were born. Better that it’s in the public eye, perhaps.
Examples include applying bleach to whiten teeth, removing moles at home, and using eyelash glue to make lips appear larger, BBC News has discovered.
Starting September 1st, I'm shutting down the user-facing portion of https://invidio.us and stepping away from development. If you have an account on the site, you can export your data here, which will allow you to import everything to another instance or self-host.#invidious #youtube #sadface #video
The API will continue to function until October 1st, to give time for any services relying on it to migrate to other solutions. If you're a patron on Liberapay, I would urge you to switch your donation to iv-org, as that will ensure it goes to the stewards of the project going forward.
He shaped photography in the 1990's with his technicolour photographs of the stars, only to turn his back on them and become a farmer.#photography #video #StreetArt
Now, when David LaChapelle is not working his small holding in Hawaii, he is working on his own photography and working with his choice of stars.
His latest exhibition takes street art to a new level, with some of his most famous snaps being shown on giant screens in London.
Apple, in a new support document, is warning users against closing their MacBook lids with a cover over the camera.This should be pretty obvious, and probably applies to any laptop or notebook computer.
Placing a cover, sticker or tape over a laptop camera is a practice adopted by some privacy- and security-conscious individuals to protect against webcam hijacking. Now, however, Apple is explicitly advising against the tactic.
If you have been using an audio editor, you will have heard of or used Audacity. Audacity has been around for more than twenty years, becoming the go-to choice for easy wave editing. Its many users are comfortable in its familiar interface, but below the surface lurks a collection of features even the most experienced user may not know exists. Here are some of the best Audacity features you may not know about.This is worth reading for the 'Import audio from video clips' tip alone.
Over on Reddit (and as highlighted by Android Police and 9to5Google), someone has posted a simple way of watching YouTube videos in a web browser without any ads. In the URL for whatever video you want to view, you just need to add an extra period after the dot com in the YouTube link.Seems to work. For now.
The finished video premiered last week, and Healy has shared with the BBC some of the sketches, storyboards and concept art that resulted in his first ever animated short.An interesting way of handling lockdown, and quite a creative one.
Photographer and YouTuber Julia Trotti has put together a helpful tutorial that’ll help you capture more natural looking portraits. In this short BTS video, she shares some of the common posing ‘prompts’ she uses with her subjects to capture a variety of different looks in each session.#photography #PortraitPhotography #tutorial #video
Give your video calls a makeover, with this selection of over 100 empty sets from the BBC Archive.Why not give your Zoom sessions a makeover with these backgrounds?
Who hasn't wanted to host a pub quiz from the Queen Vic, conduct a job interview from the confines of Fletch's cell, or catch up with friends and family from the bridge of the Liberator in Blake's 7?
Landscape photographer and educator Mads Peter Iversen has put together a helpful focus ‘primer’ for the aspiring landscape photographers out there. In the video, he goes over auto and manual focus technique, his personal workflow, and a few basic tips and tricks that work well for him.#photography #LandscapePhotography #tutorial #video
Google is opening up its Google Meet videoconferencing service to anybody who wants to use it, instead of just offering it to enterprise and education customers via G Suite. The company says anybody with a Google account will now be able to create free meetings of up to 100 people that can last any amount of time — though after September 30th it may restrict meeting length to 60 minutes.Don't trust Zoom? Do you trust Google?
Stefan M. Seydel gilt als Querdenker und Kritiker und arbeitet sich insbesondere an den negativen Folgen der Aufklärung ab. Soziale Arbeit sieht er als «Kind der Aufklärung» und versteht Beruf und Profession als eine Aufforderung zur «Arbeit am Sozialen». Er forderte einen «Staat 2.0» und veranstaltet in unregelmässigen Abständen Events unter dem Titel: «Erinnern – gedenken – erneuern». Seine Kritik entwickelt er in seinen Texten meistens entlang von Sprach- und Alltagsbeobachtung. Die Wechsel von Sprache, zu Schrift, zu Buchdruck, zu Computer nutzt er, um den jeweils damit einhergehenden sozialen Wandel zu beschreiben, Verfallformen zu markieren und mögliche Anleitungen für die Gegenwart zu entwickeln.Quelle: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_M._Seydel
An urgent call is to go out to children’s television broadcasters this weekend, backed by major names in British entertainment, politics and technology. Writer and performer Stephen Fry, best-selling author Cressida Cowell and businesswoman Martha Lane Fox are joined by former children’s television presenter Floella Benjamin as signatories to a letter, carried in today’s Observer, that urges all leading streaming, network and terrestrial children’s channels to make one simple change to boost literacy among the young: turn on the subtitles.#education #ChildDevelopment #literacy #video #movies #film #tv
Do you have a webcam? Are you trying to figure out how to record video footage with it on your Linux PC? Not sure how to take pictures with it? We can help! Follow along with this guide as we show you how to record your webcam on Linux!#technology #tech #linux #video #webcam
You may have a video file on your Linux PC that you want to turn into a listenable MP3 audio file. Thankfully, there are many different tools on the Linux platform that can convert videos to MP3 audio files. In this guide, we will cover two methods.#technology #tech #Linux #video #MP3
Loads of people are spending time watching movies and TV shows on streaming services these days, as they’re stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation
There are many unofficial ways for homebound Netflix users to watch content with family and friends remotely through services like Netflix Party. Now Amazon Prime Video is getting in on the act.
Amazon, working with its Twitch subsidiary, is expanding a new feature called Watch Parties to more creators, so they can stream, watch, and share Prime Video content with others online.
Apple’s dedicated streaming service – Apple TV Plus – is reportedly offering a bunch of original shows and movies for free streaming. YouTube is also doing the same for its YouTube Premium originals.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation