How do you feel when you receive stupid questions? Do you find them funny, exasperating, upsetting, intriguing as to why someone thinks that way, ect?
Well, when I get anon hate spam, my initial reaction is almost always confusion. This person clearly thinks I’m wrong about something…but rather than say what exactly they have a problem with, they just tell me to go kill myself anonymously. It’s strange behavior. Like…you have nothing better to do with your time? You could be making a smoothie, or watching Arrested Development, or petting a dog, but you took time out of your day to write and send a little hate note under the protection of anonymity. I hope it’s theraputic or something, because otherwise it’s just a huge waste of time and energy.
Really, what this seems to demonstrate is the failure of the “one-size filter fits all” world that the legacy content industry lives in. The music and movie industries have long demanded such filters, sometimes arguing (though failing) that the current DMCA requires filters like Audible Magic or Content ID. US copyright law currently does not require such a thing, though you know that the industry is pushing hard to get that into any copyright reform bill. And, for all the problems of ContentID (and there are many), it’s the kind of solution that you can see often does make sense in a YouTube world (though it has way too many false positives).
However, when it comes to Twitch, this kind of solution seems to make no sense at all. People are not going to Twitch to hear music. They’re going to see video games. In fact, this kind of solution on Twitch seems inherently counterproductive for just about everyone. These days musicians want their music in video gamesbecause it’s fantastic for those musicians, both making them money and giving them a ridiculous amount of exposure. There are even entire discussions for indie musicians about how to get their music into video games because it’s such an important promotional avenue.
Those musicians aren’t hurt by Twitch videos. They’re hurt by silent Twitch videos, meaning fewer people hear the music.
A fairly strong case can be made that in-game and ambient video game music on Twitch is fair use. It seems to be clearly transformative […].
In other words, it’s another example of the pressures and risks of today’s copyright laws getting in the way of a useful innovation, leading to a result that is actually worse for everyone.
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I’d like to thank you for coming to my secondary blog!
Anyway, the whole purpose of Ventilate to Motivate is essentially to provide someone [just me, at the moment] you can vent your problems to, motivate you in the right direction, and to post motivational words/quotes/etc every now and…
This is a really cool idea, and I’m interested in seeing what kinds of stories will pass by!
So for those who didn’t know: here’s 80 posts of me complaining about (sometimes hilariously bad) mistakes in manga scanlations. I’m trying to find common mistakes as well as just silly ones, and generally point out what you should avoid doing in scanlation. Also, it’s sprinkled with best practices and my own opinions here and there.
Figured I’d share it here again since it seems to be going unseen and I’d love for it to become a bit more of a widely seen resource to those setting out to make quality scanlations. (Also, I could use some criticism, and collaboration from others!)
You could try www.hitbox.tv. It’s video game centric, but come on, Daily Denjuu have _everything_ to do with a certain video game.
I did try and it was sorta working but.. not well enough to actually draw and stream simultaneously :S Which is garbage cause I’ve done it in the past with the same setup blerghhhh
You could lower the bitrate or resolution in the settings (I know at least OBS has these settings) to make it work well. I have the shittest connection (~110 KBps max upload) and still got streaming to work smoothly just by messing with that stuff!
Gotta say I like Hitbox a lot more than Twitch, too. No 30 second delay, so you can check if it streams properly right away!