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About WeeemRCB

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  • Birthday November 7

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    S(l)urrey, UK
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    Internet twat, sometimes found on YouTube or Twitch


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    R9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero
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    32Gb Corsair Vengeance LPX 3600Mhz (2x16Gb)
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    Phanteks EVOLV ATX
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    500Gb 960Evo NVMe, 2x1Tb 860 Evo SSD
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    EVGA 850 P2
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    Multisync PA271w
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    EK-MLC PHOENIX AIO 280 + 5 Noctua fans
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    Corsair Gaming CG K70 RGB
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    Mionix NAOS 7000
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    Sony WH-1000X M3 + Audio-Technica AT2020USB

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  1. I was reluctant to use handbrake until recently, but now I've used it I love it. + you can save profiles to meet each format you require. You can tell it to retain filenames so that Resolve or PremPRo will have no problem reconforming it.
  2. It is unless the copyrite holder says it's opensource or creative commons. Best option - record some vlogs or a how-to video then edit it together. It takes hours to edit compared to recording, but it's useful learning process on getting (requesting) source footage to fit your edit
  3. I build all my PCs here (pic source: AEEvans)
  4. Don't know why people get so butthurt about this... it's not like you see this side of it when it's installed. The back plate tho ... that's what needs to look good
  5. It depends on the terms of the licence. It could vary from free to use as long as credited or pay for use without creator credit. Namedropping the creator at that point would be at the user's discretion.
  6. I feel like this was one of those "F*ck it .. I'm now making the videos I want. Screw what anyone else thinks" videos Linus talked about in his thinking about retiring video. Pushing against the wave of AMD fandom in order to put a virtual arm around the awesome people in Intel that he's encountered and befriended.... the kind of people the like of which are core to making large corporations tick with the execs oblivious to how lucky they are to have them working with them. Big up the unsung techie nutjobs that push the boundaries and always ask "But what if we try this....?" I'm sure they appreciated every minute of this one
  7. um .... you might want to have another go at that swear beep @ 10:22
  8. Thanks, That made it more clear the distinction between HAXM and WHP[X] I already have WHP enabled in Windows Features as per my screenshots, but I found that there's a 3rd option that needs disabled. In my screenshot you can see WHP is enabled, but above it there's "Virtual Machine Platform" (that was introduced with W10 build 1809) That also used Hyper-V tech, so although Hyper-V and it's subcomponents are all disabled, checking VMP does enable some components of it. I deselected VMP and now it works. I haven't seen that referenced anywhere in all my digging about. GG Microsoft. That's taken me days to find Hopefully this will help someone else in the same boat.
  9. It can be done easily with Voicemeeter Banana. Note: It's donationware, so you don't have to pay for it, but if you find it useful then it's worth donating something. Voicemeeter includes a tool called VBAN. This is what you need. Before you start: Make sure your PCs have a static/reserved IP. Easiest way is to keep them as DHCP and use your router to reserve an IP for both (based on MAC address) You can get it to work without this step, but if your PC is allocated a different IP after a reboot then you'll need to reset the VBAN settings each time (step #7 + #9). Set it up to work: 01) Make a note of your PC IPs (e.g. PC1: PC2: 02) Install Voicemeeter on both PCs and ensure it's set to start on Windows start-up (Menu | System Tray (run at startup)). 03) On both PCs assign A1 to use desktop speakers (VM sometimes won't work right until there's at least one output defined). Mute A1 in "Master Section" if needed. 04) Enable Voicemeeter on both (click "VBAN" then click "VBAN is OFF" to change it to "VBAN is ON") PC #2 05) On PC2, assign Hardware Input#1 to be your USB mic. Talk into it and you should see the audio visualisation rise and fall with your voice (see example at the bottom of this post) 06) In Hardware Input #1, enable only the B2 button. Talk into the mic and you should see the B2 visualisation (in Master Selection) also rise as you talk. 07) Go back into VBAN and switch on the first Outgoing Stream, Use BUS B2 and give it a Stream Name. Something descriptive like USBMIC or your PCName As VBAN is running on on both PCs, right click the "IP Address To" and it should automatically find PC1's IP for you. If not type it manually. e.g. PC#1 08) On PC1 open up the VBAN interface and switch ON the first row of Incoming Streams. 09) Once ON, just RIGHT CLICK the "Stream Name" or "IP Address From". This will pop up PC2's VBAN details automatically. Click to auto-apply it 10) Now that's populated, make sure that the Destination is: In #1 (default I think). You can close the VBAN window now. 11) Talk into the mic and you should see the visualisation move on PC#1 Hardware Input #1 12) On Hardware Input #1, only activate B2 13) Talk into the mic and you should see both Hardware Input #1 and B2 visualisation (in Master Selection) rise as you talk. 14) The last bit. In Discord, set the output to be Voicemeeter AUX (this is what B2 equates to) That's it. It should work. As you talk in Discord you should see your icon glow as Discord can hear you. Note: We're using B2 ("AUX") for voice as it's best practise to set the mic on a secondary audio channel so that, if you also have desktop audio, then this separates your mic from that. It'll be useful later on if you want to do streaming or mix audio from multiple sources. At least this bit is set up right If your discord buddies say they can hear game audio or your music then just make sure B2 is only active on Hardware Input #1 and it should be fine. Screenshot example for step #6
  10. I'm having issues trying to get emulation running on Android Studio and I was hoping someone has an idea on how to get it working? I recently rebuilt my PC going from I7-6850k to AMD 3900X with new Mobo and faster RAM. Prior to the rebuild I had it working with no problem, so I don't know if it's a compatibility issue with the Intel Software on AMD, but from what I've researched I can see other people are able to use it, so I must be missing a step somewhere? The error I get on trying to install is: If I try to run the installer directly I get a similar error message: I can confirm that Virtualisation is working as I use VirtualBox a lot. Confirmed in Task Manager: I've confirmed that HyperVisor is unavailable in Windows Features and HyperVisor Plaftorm is enabled (apparently it needs that to run the emulation) I also confirmed that Windows Defender Core Isolation is disabled (as it uses Hyper-V to perform it's task) But I'm stuck. I can't see what else I need to enable to get it working and without the emulation running I can't check what I'm doing *sad beeps*
  11. You could have a look at http://windowgrid.net/ Can do fairly complex window/pane templates and is free
  12. Probably worth trying it with a fresh install of Windows + latest chipset and GPU drivers. If there are still issues then it may not be coping with thermals or possibly a loose connection. In which case you're potentially looking at doing a teardown and replace the GPU thermal paste with fresh paste. While doing that you'll also be making sure all cables and ribbons are properly seated (and dust removed from fans and grills) While it's open, may as well re-seat the RAM. And if it's 3+yrs old then it's worth changing the Motherboard battery (the round battery - usually type: CR2032)
  13. Sounds like you need to install some behavioral modification. Every time he switched the lights out, switch his lights out in return (kapaaaw!) See how often he keeps doing it then