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Condor
79d

$ du -sh Videos/Anime
209G

I guess that says enough? :')

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  • 13
    TIL we have a strong devWeeb sub-community here
  • 4
    And most of those you've already seen. Why do you keep those?
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  • 5
    @condor , yup no need to say more

    @irene I do that too. I got a couppe of TB's worth of anime I've already seen. Once in a while(every six months likely) when I got some free time and I feel like, I give a quick look or even rewatch some series
  • 6
    @JhonDoe I just use pirate streaming instead 🤷
  • 3
    My movie folder is probably even bigger than that (phat 1080p quality), but no anime ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 3
    @irene that's goo too but I like to have them without needing internet. Because internet here are sometimes laggy as fuck for weeks, and when there's a long blackout I got something to watch while the laptop's battery last
  • 12
    That strengthens one of my favorite theories.
    If you do something in IT, there's a 50% chance, you watch anime.
    If you're using Linux, that chance raises by another 20%.
  • 3
    @metamourge Linux weebs! 😱
  • 2
    @metamourge then I'm an outlier? Just not into it (watched Hikaru no go, read one Manga on Buddhism, but that's it)
  • 2
    @metamourge LOL oh man. Bullseye
  • 2
    @phorkyas it depends of when you watched hikaru no go. Back in the day whe it was popular or recently
  • 1
    @JhonDoe that was 'bout 8 years ago, probably late?
  • 2
    @phorkyas cool, outlier. Not a bad thing :)
  • 2
    Don't watch anime... But my media folder (movies/shows) is just over 7tb 😅
  • 1
    @irene web streaming??? nahhh I like to have proper (at least) 1080p and 5.1 files :P
  • 1
    @dontbeevil I stream in 1080p 🤔
  • 3
    @irene you live in different kind of developing country 🙁

    Our house has proper WiFi access for not even a year yet. So I kinda understand people hording video files.
  • 0
    @irene honestly, I agree with @dontbeevil on this one.. YouTube and co. heavily compress files, hence why it's snappy. On 1080p video streams from my file server on the other hand, I even find 2.4GHz WiFi from my Raspberry Pi a bit lacking at times.. hence why I've moved to 5GHz wherever possible.

    Another issue is that while my internet connection is more than sufficient for HD video streaming, I like streaming from local servers because it allows for more options. On YouTube, all you've got really is the web browser or SMPlayer with a recent version of youtube-dl. Given that YouTube vs youtube-dl has always been a bit of a cat-and-mouse game.. meh. I want to use whatever media player I like, whenever I like. Without any cat-and-mouse issues.

    And I also watch most anime more than once. So since I know the owner of twist.moe a bit and really appreciate their work, I don't want to load their servers too much. So I fetch it once and from then on do local streaming only.

    Maybe I should do the same for a pacman repo at some point 🤔 given that a lot of my devices run Arch and have a lot of packages in common.
  • 1
    @cursee yeah. Internet here is cheap. Sometimes unstable though.
  • 0
    @Condor they do compress but I'm not that snobby. Just 1080 in decent quality (rapidvideo) is okay with me.
  • 0
    @jespersh This is awesome
  • 0
  • 2
    @irene @Condor yeah but
    - I'm sure of the quality
    - i don't need to find it on different streaming services (paid or free)
    - I'm sure to have no buffering and lower quality, resolution, compression
    - i can watch on every device in the house trough dlna server, or offline if i travel
  • 1
    I guess that counts?
  • 2
    @PrivateGER Date a Live.. I see you're a man of culture as well 😏
    Also, check out http://nixmagic.com/pics/... 🙃
  • 1
    @Condor HighSchool DxD, hm? :D

    What did you think of Re: Zero?
  • 2
    @PrivateGER Asia ftw 😋
    As for Re:Zero.. well other than that I think that Windows is a piece of shit for not rendering : properly, I think it was a great anime 😁
    And if I'd have to choose between Rem or Ram.. probably Rem. I like her slightly (well, "slightly") unhinged yet caring nature 🙂
  • 1
    @Condor Yeah, "slightly". ^^

    I see you have Dragon Maid on there. Is it worth watching?
  • 2
    @PrivateGER the ones I keep tend to be the ones I recommend if you're into that genre 😛
  • 1
    Okay =)
  • 1
    Maybe those 209GB aren't actually that much. I'm currently copying the DVD containing the last 6 or so episodes of Avatar and for some reason it seems to generate over 200GB of data from that. I must have configured something wrong…
  • 1
    Correction: The current estimate is 376GB. I must have done something wrong…
  • 1
    @Fabian considering the entirety of breaking bad is 207G, I think you did something wrong yeah 😅
  • 1
    @KasperNS It's 480p 30fps, that must be it.
  • 2
    1.2 TB
  • 1
    I think I have a problem...
  • 1
    @pmso about 5000 episodes until you reach Days Of Our Lives
  • 2
    time du -sh 'osu!'
    191G osu!
    du -sh 'osu!' 1.98s user 17.12s system 3% cpu 8:16.57 total

    What does this say?
  • 1
    @R01101111bert I see you're a man of culture as well 😌
  • 0
    @jespersh Wow, i didn't know a novel can be so long
  • 1
    @pmso it just keeps going and going and going
  • 1
    @jespersh wow and i thought one piece and naruto were long 😂
  • 2
    The devWeeb Community is very strong here, and I'm part of it
  • 0
    "Anime"
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