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fredrichnietze

feb 14th wan show unwatchable?

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soo having lots of trouble watching wan show which was weird. it would not pre render and was constantly freezing and skipping sections. so i jumped over to linux and started a youtube-dl of it and what do you know? roughly 200mb is missing from the file (including all the audio kek) and these bits are randomly throughout not a missing chunk. loaded up other youtube vids at the same time and machine and network and they all worked perfectly it seems like a problem with the specific vid. and it seems to me like it is server side not on my end. did linus drop a server or something?

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1 minute ago, fredrichnietze said:

soo having lots of trouble watching wan show which was weird. it would not pre render and was constantly freezing and skipping sections. so i jumped over to linux and started a youtube-dl of it and what do you know? roughly 200mb is missing from the file (including all the audio kek) and these bits are randomly throughout not a missing chunk. loaded up other youtube vids at the same time and machine and network and they all worked perfectly it seems like a problem with the specific vid. and it seems to me like it is server side not on my end. did linus drop a server or something?

heres the log

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bFc6vYX.png

It was a livestream, its pretty common for live streams to have missing chunks. Usually they'll reupload from a local copy later on then remove the bad version afterwards.


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