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Gatekeeper01

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    Blender, computer building, GPU rending, Planeside2, Food, 3D printing, more...
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    I think windows is a gaming platform and all the real work is done on Linux, (Ubuntu 14:04) once the corporate world catches on to this fact and moves away form all there windows only programs the world will be a better place. ;)
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    AV tech

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    Ubuntu 14.04 and Windows 7 dual boot

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  1. Ah, I do remember them mentioning something like that. thanks! So there just using system audio and a window capture. well that's definitely a simple way to do it.
  2. Now that WAN show is remote, I wanted to know if anyone had some guesses as to how they were getting Luke in as a guest? I've been building and re-building live stream systems from my company and we haven't found a good solution for stability getting multiple remote guests into the call. I've seen his initial setup per this video https://youtu.be/Wy0SrAp2vpo But he only covered some of the hardware he was using. (And they have since improved it now.) Right now we're running skype over NDI into OBS but it's giving us very poor performance after the third NDI stream and only one video source can be in sync with the audio at any given time. So there's room for improvement. Our next idea is to use Zoom's stream function to go to a place like Restream.io. There are a few downsides to this, but it might be the best way to keep the on-screen talent looking and sounding in sync from multiple remote locations. TLDR How is Luke's video feed being sent/received in the new WAN show setup Does anyone have advice or for "best practices" for building a live stream with multiple remote guests? Thanks!
  3. My company is looking for an of sight place to store our video and editing data. in the last 2 years we've amassed around 25TBs of content but as we expand our workload I would expect this to grow faster. What would LTT or the Ltt community recommend for a terabyte scaled off-sight cloud backup? I know Amazon could be an option but there are so many offerings I wanted to do some research first. Chears, GK
  4. I saw that Linus upgraded the editing workstations with "300%" more RGB", but I can't help but fell he should have gone the full 315% RGB with this little guy.
  5. Update 2: Just did a disk test on my RMA instead of just looking a the files speeds and it's saying 8gb/s Update: After removing the gateway as per @flungo post and rebooting I'm getting 700mb/s across but that's still 10x less than what @jakkuh_t got in his original test. What's also Odd. I did a Ram to Ram test on the same system and got around 2gb/s which would translate into a theoretical 4gb/s as it's using the ram disk for both read and right. But if I'm pushing 4gb/s on the ram how could we ever get 7 down the pipe? So I've got everything set up but I'm only getting 224mb/s Ram Disk is 13.1gb Transfer 12.6gb video file from Comp1 to comp2 with all other networks disabled (for simplicity sake) Results in ~224 MB/s Any idea what the bottleneck would be? Comp 1 is running windows 7 Comp 2 is running windows 10 Both have i7s
  6. For anyone looking for parts. @DaveBG These are the ones I found (I make no claim to the correctness or working order of these parts. Please do your own research to verify) Cable: http://ebay.to/2lfpzxl Network Cards: http://ebay.to/2lHoaBn Link to download the firmware for the card mentioned in the OP : http://www.mellanox.com/page/firmware_table_ConnectX2IB
  7. I agree! I'm not trying to show these things to my grandmother or pre-teens. But because youtube is open, people will find my streams and I would feel a lot better if I wasn't uploading content that would be offensive to them. I know practically any content will be offensive to someone somewhere (youtube comments would attest to such a fact) but my goal is to provide a place where people would see the latest triple-A titles without concerns about language or content. (I have other ideas for how to censor the visual content.) Regardless of the reason or specifics on implementation and effectiveness, I'm looking for some way to bleep language before it hits the live stream.
  8. I know that the voice recognition is very unlikely but you have to have an ideal to shoot for. I'm not so much worried about my own swearing but swearing in the game itself. Division and watchdogs 2 use what some would consider highly offensive language on a normal basis but there also probably worth playing so I want to find some sort of solution.
  9. Hey LTT community, I'm looking at starting a live stream but I want to try and keep it friendly to younger audiences and my grandma; that kind of thing. To that end, I'm looking for some way to censor cursing and strong language from video games on the fly. Optimally An automatic word recognition solution would be epic. But more practically a macro I can tie to one of my mouse keys to bleep the audio in a buffered delay would also work. I know that standard news censor work by live editing the buffer between the recording and the broadcast using fancy external boxes and whatnot but I'm looking for a software solution that would work with Xplit or OBS or independently of them. Any ideas?
  10. I think the one that finally worked was from Drivermax the will want to install the utility but I don't think it was necessary as the driver was available from their website. Good luck with this. I had to downgrade to windows 7 to get it going and even then transfer speeds were 400mbs one way and 700mbs the other. I think it had something to do with CPU packet prioritization but I'm not sure. I've put the project aside for now and we have since made other storage solutions that don't require 10gb a second. (basically, we just have external HDD docking bays and use those to transfer and mirror files between computers. It's not ideal but we only have two editors and it's working so far. #LikeTheOldLInusDays. at least I don't store my backups in the bathroom like Linus did. #OneStepUpRight? Hope you get yours up and running!
  11. Update on potential problems with the current 1070 from EVGA catching fire... http://wccftech.com/nvidia-gtx-1080-1070-evga-cards-dying/ and http://hothardware.com/news/evga-nvidia-gtx-1080-1070-cards-allegedly-dying-in-blaze-of-glory
  12. One extra note about the Axon 7 vs the One +3: Axon 7 has full American communications band support (Eg; version, sprint, ATnT, and T-moble) One + 3 Is missing bands for Spring and Verison. (a killer for me as those are the only two I use.) Sorce: http://www.androidauthority.com/zte-axon-7-vs-oneplus-3-707949/
  13. Wow, that's not bad. I use ZoneAlarm free firewall +antivirus but some pro features would be nice sometimes.
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