LoliGod
loligod@zeroid.bit

Loli is love. Loli is life.

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LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: Used an encoding preset for this video which was so mathematically intensive for my CPU it took a nearly 50X the encoding time. However the results speak for themselves. For the file size the quality is crazy.
LoliGod commented on Pexo's post: AWWWWWW
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Lezuskonrad: No need to get so hot and bothered. They are all fictional. No one is being harmed here. If you don't want to see this stuff in your feed you can mute me via my profile. But seriously though... what do you expect of a picture post from a person called Loligod. smh
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Mg0: Oh opps. lol Fixed it up. Thanks for reminding me.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on 60's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: With big file support it's not really a problem anymore. You can do a workaround by replacing the image it creates with a gif image and then republishing. It would get the new hash of the image and load from the gif. You can see it working on my profile for awhile now.
LoliGod commented on Styromaniac's post: [app0.bit](/app0.bit) You're welcome. :D *could take 2 hours or so to be accepted on the network*
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on weakish's post: Tree based TODOs are great but you need to have a way to reference other tasks and subtasks which prevents you from needing to replicate things cluttering up your application. Abstract syntax tree structures with polymorphism for all subtasks would be the holy grail of a TODO tree based manager in my opinion.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on weakish's post: Generally speaking (but not in all cases) when you have subtasks of subtasks somewhere you will need to call then on other tasks as well. A perfect example of this is specific Database calls. Most people want to do it within the function for the call but sometimes need to do the same thing other places too. If you do it more than twice on different functions always abstract it out into it's own function and return result that way. Ya it takes more time and can be cluttered if you don't break up tasks into different classes but that is something you should be doing anyway. :D
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on weakish's post: My rule of thumb is when you need to subtask a subtask break the TODOs up into different parent tasks. Then use function calls to abstract the functionality out in a more understandable way.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Deliriumgoddesss: Unfortunately there is little I can do about it. It is something you will need to figure out by searching what your ISP and router options are. If you are unsure about all that I would recommend checking in with a ISP rep and see what they support for you. That is really all the direction I can give to you.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Deliriumgoddesss: Depends on what your ISP and router options are. Some ISPs don't allow open ports at all. Others allow it with a manual modification on the router.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: Found one good one. https://baraag.net It allows Loli Content.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: @Sirlotaplot @nekololi Ya we got to know the instance. Which one they at?
LoliGod commented on Styromaniac's post: Lolita is such a good story. One of the first ones which made me appreciate English as a language.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: Fixed Fixed Fixed! All fixed! Seems to be a bug in the user authentication process. After resetting that it works again fine. :D
LoliGod started following Sceptique
Loligod commented on Sceptique's post: Hearted this and followed you just because of your Rikka profile pic. Good tastes.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: Thank god the UN doesn't have any actual power.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on Piloth The Mack's post: @Piloth The Mack: [It's true](https://questions.coincheckup.com/tron/is-tron-trx-centralized-decentralized-or-semi-centralized/). But there isn't much public information on it because it's directly built into the protocol (and who wants to look at boring stuff like that). Makes it really fast though. Like really really fast.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on Piloth The Mack's post: That's completely understandable. Tron is semi-centralized.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Pexo: Oh Thanks man. Missed that.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: You just change the file extension with the file name. Browsers look at what the file says it is not really how a person references it. As such you can trick ZeroMe from displaying a gif by just replacing the file itself.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Leftside: Ya I'm using handbrake. The preview function is amazing on it.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Quantumworld: Browsers look at files not for what the end file extension is but what the file says it is. ZeroMe automatically creates a jpeg image when you upload but if you replace the newly created image in your hub folder with a same named gif and republish to the network it will pull the hash of the gif instead of the image. Thus you now have worked around ZeroMe's image upload prevention.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on leftside's post: @leftside: I do. The gifs are just ads for the video on [Loliup](/loliup.bit) my ZeroUp clone.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Styromaniac: @Leftside: I see I see. The thing is the encoder settings are not a test. It's the settings I picked after trying 5-10 second previews for a time and comparing quality with the file size. The main purpose was to eliminate blocking I was having with my previous encoding settings. I did the tests and ended up at these settings. While they are slow the quality with file size is nearly impossible to beat.
Loligod commented on Ohthatplace's post: MD5 hash for octopus. Makes sense.
loligod@zeroid.bit commented on leftside's post: Ya but ZeroMe doesn't have video support. I can edit a GIF into being accepted as a jpeg but can't do that for a video. All in all I think I'm the victim here. ;P
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Leftside: but... I need to encode the full episode.
LoliGod started following Kaffie
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: The new quality settings are with NLMeans, LapSharp and a Deblock filter on 26 constant quality settings. The settings are very CPU heavy and go at a rate of 1-2 FPS encoding but will produce a kind of unmatched quality with a small file size. The wait is worth it and I can use those CPU cycles.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zeronetisashi: You know people can mute spammers right? It takes me two clicks.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Styromaniac: Same response I had when I found out about it.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Styromaniac: It's in all the videos because of the encoder settings. I never noticed it because my monitor is low brightness low gamma. I'm not re-encoding them all and I don't think I can really fix it other than putting on a mild deblocking filter. All other options require a increase in the file size by 2 to 3 times. Not going to happen on that.
LoliGod commented on Androiduser's post: What OS are you using?
LoliGod started following Pexo
LoliGod commented on Too Late's post: That is a stupidly large torrent. It's 595.3GB!
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Sirlotaplot: I think it is because your site uses the 1pgallery and not the 0-gallery. The 1pgallery includes a database (yours is currently sized at 1864.00kB). That is a lot to query through.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Sirlotaplot: Your collection is so large it is turning out errors in Zeronet. Internal error: OperationalError: too many SQL variables UiWebsocket.py line 83 > UiWebsocket.py line 267 > SidebarPlugin.py line 531 > SidebarPlugin.py line 209 > ContentDbDict.py line 122 > Db.py line 75 > DbCursor.py line 70
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Sirlotaplot: Hey! Thanks for all the uploads. That is quite the collection. I'll start seeding it for you so it should go faster.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Xialvjun: Nope. It is ecchi though. I mark all R18 posts with the front tag [NSFW]. If it doesn't have the tag it isn't rated 18.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Xialvjun: WebTorrent was designed as a pure js implementation of the bittorrent protocol and it does a pretty good job on that. If more torrent clients supported communicating with the WebTorrent workers I bet there would have been a much better ecosystem for online streaming. Midsize steaming sites would work amazing with WebTorrent by cutting down the costs overall.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Helio5: I wouldn't say there *isn't* sexual undertones but it's really overtaken by the sheer action-pack-fullness the series has to offer the world. Just look at this [action scene](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBE9wx_8sJA) and tell me this is only about gay girls.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: Here is my [IPFS & ZeroNet collaboration site](/16pz3DbSRyz7D7e3qsxWMq98Z8VztJZN4j/). It's old and being that I was the original seeder that left it all the video files are now gone. I'm thinking of doing something similar but now with Zeronet's Big File Support.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @xialvjun @Pexo: I had my fair share of fun with ipfs. The JS implementation is mainly for Node.JS. The browser js design is... well... too slow. I don't mean like you could wait for it slow but like it is WAY too slow. One of the main reasons for that is because it doesn't really store the information for long so as time goes on only the original seeder will have the file. With Zeronet's Big File support if you view the file it will start seeding it too. This means there is a much higher potential for the file to stay online even after the original seeder has stopped seeding it.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: Got to refresh the zeronet hello page when you do. I agree though it should be an option to just delete it right on the hello page. You can do it for other sites that you don't known, there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to do it for sites you do.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @nekololi: Welcome back to you too.
LoliGod commented on Quantumworld's post: The site works perfectly fine. [I just uploaded on it](/big.kopykate.bit/?Video=1547714896_1EpY11syeaKbwRSNqv9tU1ZxoU1moJA9Bp). You first need to press the top left and log in. Afterwards you need to press the upload button and select a web enabled video file (MP4, WEBM) to upload.
LoliGod commented on caryoscelus's post: Got the idea to do it from [this post](/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Post/1SunAWK2VUT9GQK32MpwRfFPVgcBSJN9a/1K1pq5seXVvcwGGVLRdCFiF2J1QoFdNCJg/1546794460)
LoliGod commented on caryoscelus's post: That's right. I'm an elite hacker. The box is open... what shall you do about it?! HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA All I really did was change the image file inside the hub's user folder. When posting, the image upload automatically takes the snapshot and puts it within the hub's user folder. You search for the file and replace it with the gif using the same name. Afterwards you post another image and zeronet will scan the folder and republish using the replaced image's hash. Being that the post will always be attached to that file name, people who are grabbing the image will get the amazing gif and not the crummy snapshot. There is no way for Zeronet to prevent changes like this. Browsers will always read the file based on it's file type and not suffix. Well at least all the good ones.
Loligod commented on Helio5's post: shhhh I'm still very much in the [closet](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHYdS70JluM).
LoliGod commented on Helio5's post: shhhh I'm still very much in the [closet](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHYdS70JluM).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: Hey thanks for letting me know. I'm updated the code to include the search now. I've started a [ZeroTalk Thread](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1546405790_1EpY11syeaKbwRSNqv9tU1ZxoU1moJA9Bp) the day I published the site. I guess it's ready for prime time so I'll publish the link to Zerosite's and the such to gain exposure.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Styromaniac: It seems it got integrated back in august. About the time I lost interest in Zeronet. Before that I used ZeroMux to encode the file in a way that it could be split up and loaded in Zeronet. It's a pretty big thing for me because I was using WebTorrent or IPFS to try to offload video playing because ZeroNet just couldn't handle it at the time. So now that it can handle it so much better.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: Thought I lost my keys because I needed to wipe my system and forgot I had zeronet on it. But thankfully I did a backup I just found. Time to post more manga to make up the time lost.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: Opps [@vjingyinling](https://twitter.com/vjingyinling)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nekololi: There is issues with this platform but I hope we can make it just a little bit better.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nekololi: I follow the e-hentai tagging system where the subject comes before the tag. For example if the doujinshi has a female giving a blowjob then the tag will be female:blowjob; if the doujinshi has a male giving a blowjob then the tag will be male:blowjob. Brother x sister sex? Tag would be misc:incest because it would be for both male and female. Group sex with both female and male (misc:group) only female (female:group).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Koolkidkristi: [@chanbaekkailu1](https://twitter.com/chanbaekkailu1)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Koolkidkristi: If you clone and make your own gallery I'll seed it.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Koolkidkristi: awwwwww love you too <3
LoliGod commented on Btanime's post: @Jupadr: #FLATISJUSTICE #NOTMYLOLI
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: I would be open for the challenge.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: I really need to make it easier for people to pin the content. I don't know why it paused. Maybe see if it steams via ipfs gateway for you: https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmNURR5TctPteXKmTaq3oM3FSxYi4jYrFDK1p2R3f9eFKH
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Jayofthezero: Fixed. Thanks
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @k0re: It takes some time to resolve to nodes who host the videos.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: A deal I can get behind.
LoliGod commented on nekololi's post: I approve of this content.
LoliGod commented on urgeless's post: IPFS works great over a VPN. [Tor intergration is in the works](https://github.com/ipfs/notes/issues/37).
LoliGod commented on Lexvore's post: 日本番号1
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Lexvore: Where I'm from, this stuff is perfectly legal. If it's not in your area then I would recommend staying away.
LoliGod commented on Kenta Akitaka's post: Oh don't worry. There is. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Rypedub: Loli (or Lolicon) is derived from the term 'lolita complex' from Nabokov's novel "Lolita." It's a blanket term for a prepubescent girl (primarily ages 4-12). While the term can be used for either real or animated girls, it is rarely used to refer to sexual content depicting real children.
LoliGod commented on Unixy's post: @Unixy: Interesting. Try [loading this](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BuPsjT1AC5vjoAd4PmJMt4TaZvh3cgKNX/) and then seeing if the images would load.
LoliGod commented on Unixy's post: @Unixy: Would you consider making an [embarrassed](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BuPsjT1AC5vjoAd4PmJMt4TaZvh3cgKNX/data/users/1EpY11syeaKbwRSNqv9tU1ZxoU1moJA9Bp/b518b36b6cf140cfefd39c9306dd47c1.jpg) loli stealing some [candy](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BuPsjT1AC5vjoAd4PmJMt4TaZvh3cgKNX/data/users/1EpY11syeaKbwRSNqv9tU1ZxoU1moJA9Bp/0cad35127d540fd478a9991c069fcf1e.jpg)?
LoliGod commented on Unixy's post: OMG YES YES YES! <3
LoliGod commented on crypdick's post: Those 1 file errors are annoying. The most effective way I found to get rid of them is going to the content.json and removing all the file links with sha512 (resetting to "files": {},). Afterwards I resign and boom the error goes away. :D
LoliGod commented on crypdick's post: IPFS is better for file sharing, while Zeronet is better for displaying web content. If anything, it'd be better to marry the two rather than pitting them against each other, as they're mutually beneficial. [credit](https://www.reddit.com/r/zeronet/comments/4vajt5/zeronet_vs_ipfs_whats_the_difference/)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Firebox: Yep. But unfortunately I couldn't get the demo provided in the repo to work so I stole most of the code from the examples you had on the "in the wild page". I was shocked how easy it was to split the files up into the chunks using the included python script.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zerochan: Oh now that is just going to crash the gateway. lol
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Evanescence: If the videos are loading too slow for you, [resolve to a direct peer](http://localhost:5001/api/v0/swarm/connect?arg=/ip4/149.56.14.160/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmU33iCTrgMhurhEvLG25j4AMz82r8P3wqBPwUAtKmBHXX) and [pin the collection](http://localhost:5001/api/v0/pin/add?arg=QmeXJeyHtg5DYnbruJCypje85DNLDdPy5iV3a3XDmndUAJ&arg=QmdWffCXaopF4j1k9d1DCzz6891zT9bcXmSowZsMTB81K6).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn: IPFS works really good for large file distribution. Maxing out connections in a matter of moments which unfortunately is not something I can see Zeronet doing anytime soon.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: [Pinning the collection](http://localhost:5001/api/v0/pin/add?arg=QmeXJeyHtg5DYnbruJCypje85DNLDdPy5iV3a3XDmndUAJ&arg=QmdWffCXaopF4j1k9d1DCzz6891zT9bcXmSowZsMTB81K6) not only helps keep the files alive but also speeds up the download.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: If you are having troubles resolving the videos you can [resolve to a direct peer here](http://localhost:5001/api/v0/swarm/connect?arg=/ip4/149.56.14.160/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmU33iCTrgMhurhEvLG25j4AMz82r8P3wqBPwUAtKmBHXX).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn: Oh cool they finally added support for fullscreen. Seems simple enough to add in to the player.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: There is no rush. I got the html5 player working inside the sandbox properly.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Firebox: Do you have a link for the player's files?
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Linker: All the included content will be hardcore in nature. No softcore stuff will be included.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nofish Is there any ETA on large file support? Either using BitTorrent or otherwise to accomplish it. [ZeroMux](https://github.com/MuxZeroNet/ZeroMux) has some interesting features but ultimately it's just a hack which isn't the most effective or capable large file transfer method out there. If you have a solution in the works please let me know. I've been testing methods like mad.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn: I'm more looking forward to [js-ipfs](https://github.com/ipfs/js-ipfs) being completed. Afterwards integration would be as simple as adding the javascript file to the zeronet site.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zerochan: It would also be able to rely on IPFS's instantaneous object linking which would not only shard and authenticate the file data structure but optionally directory structures as well. It's also be possible to set up a versioned file system referencing newly updated zeronet sites.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zerochan: It would be interesting if zeronet could integrate IPFS like it did with Tor. The content addressing alone would be a major performance boost to the network. It would be the solution to the current large file block issue zeronet has.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zerochan: You got it.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nofish: Translation plugin which would allow the translation of text within a zeronet website. Mainly to help with the translation of submitted user content.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nofish We need a translation plug-in ASAP.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @P2P: IPFS was designed with an OPT-IN file hosting policy. When you view a file on IPFS it gets stored in a temporary cache which later gets cleaned by a garbage collector. You can pin the file manually to keep it from being cleaned. In this sense it's designed closer to bittorrent than Zeronet or Freenet.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @P2P: Very true. We need to make sure individuals can access it. You can help with the distribution by [clicking here](http://localhost:5001/api/v0/pin/add?arg=QmcniBv7UQ4gGPQQW2BwbD4ZZHzN3o3tPuNLZCbBchd1zh) to pin the video. It will be a great help.
LoliGod started following Nofish
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @sthetz: Alt.Sex.Stories Text Repository http://www.asstr.org/main.html
LoliGod commented on sthetz's post: Seriously amazing work. You really did rewrite it all.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Aycaramba: I like how Zeronet handles the site integration and content updating. It also gives capability to add in databases and user authentication in a distributed manner. Using IPFS (via IPNS) for content updating is a pain the the butt compared to Zeronet. There is also a lot more users here than in the IPFS network.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Arkre: I should really read the zeroframe reference.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn: Infile subtitles doesn't work with html5 (to my knowledge). I could try to setup multi-track audio using a player like jwplayer or make a control interface myself. It's pretty complicated to get right, especially with the zeronet sandbox and how IPFS video is setup. I'll give it a try. If it works people could steal the code for their own player.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nekololi: Disown should take care of the problems alone but from my tests (maybe it's because I'm using a weird terminal) it always seems to send an interrupt signal to IPFS, so to me it only solves part of the solution. The IPFS daemon doesn't allow any inputs (other than the interrupt) and being that it binds the ports with a pretty good API I personally wish they had a background daemon option. For the past couple days I have had IPFS just quit when I was only using disown for it. nohup with disown seems to solve the issue.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nekololi: While that is partly true it's only a part of the solution. If you logout of the console IPFS might get closed because linux will send a SIGHUP to the background running processes in your instance. Using nohup protects against that and also gives you a way to get any crash info (being that the process outputs will be appended to a file) if it does die.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Aycaramba: Glad to hear. If you have any issues you can always comment. If I don't respond it's best to [email me](/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=loligod).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zerocatty: No this is hentai. No children were used in the making of this image.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Aycaramba: The video hash was should be located inside the video series javascript since the Kodomo no Jikan upload. I would recommend you update IPFS Videos to get the latest code. IPFS as a limit on how much you can defaultly store. IPFS Videos now has over 10GB worth of video files. If you are getting a pinning error, your storage might be full; you will need to [change your storage max to a higher allocation](http://127.0.0.1:5001/ipfs/QmU3o9bvfenhTKhxUakbYrLDnZU7HezAVxPM6Ehjw9Xjqy/#/config).
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn: Ah that makes sense. Thanks for explaining.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hlearn @Ddjj @Firedog: I feel like I'm missing something here.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Aycaramba: Cloning IPFS video is as simple as copying the website files over to your own site directory and replacing the content.json. Everything is editable and easy to figure out.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: For step one I was going to do a pure JSON file for ease of use but CORS isn't allowed in the Zeronet sandbox. There is a couple ways around it though.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Aycaramba: The basic idea is very simple: 1. Javascript array with all the file information (such as ipfs hash ids) 2. Template file with all relevant divs having a unique id with link to unique javascript array 3. Javascript file that parses the array and updates the template with the relevant information.
LoliGod commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: So it's compatible with regular domain name DNS specifications. If namecoin's namespace ever wanted to get included into regular DNS infrastructure it would need to follow the rules. Right now it isn't enforced but it could be in the future and developers need to think about that when picking a name.
LoliGod commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: If Zeronet is not following Namecoin's specification than the fault relies on the Zeronet's integration not namecoin itself. Of course if there isn't any enforcement of the specification right now it won't make any difference, but the question is then 'when are they going to enforce it?'
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @猫叉酱: That is the prettiest nullchan engine I've ever seen. In more ways than one. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @莱文倩: No this is a girl's panty shot. Later on I will be looking at adding super lovers for those boy lovers out there.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: MP4 videos are specifically made to allow streaming. IPFS is also designed to split the file in blocks to allow streaming even if the file is only partly done. There is really no way to make it easier for people who have slow internet to resolve and download the file faster. It's a problem on their end not mine. If people pin it in China it will be much faster for them. Just takes some time to first get in.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: If you have 2G or 3G connections I would recommend you pin the videos. Which is now completely do able with one click. :D
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: Good idea. I'm going to do that.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: I've tried a couple tests using fragmented mp4 files. It doesn't seem that there is any improvements when streaming via IPFS. It might have to do with how IPFS splits the file into data blocks.
Loligod commented on 12hstudy <--假装是彩色's post: @12hstudy <--假装是白色: I would suggest you use [Miro Video Converter](http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/pculture.org/mirovideoconverter/) instead of coverting with ffmpeg via commandline.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Awdhax: China's firewall blocks certain types of peer to peer connections. While it is true that as more people in China use IPFS and Zeronet it would get faster, China has a habit to block things that overcome their censorship. I'm not in China right now (so I can't test it) but it's quite noticeable when they start to do DPI on your connection. Throughput drops significantly and sometimes can make your connection so sluggish it's not worth the time.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: Ya not everyone would know. But that doesn't mean you couldn't do it.
Loligod commented on 12hstudy <--假装是彩色's post: @12hstudy <--假装是白色: Webm is great. It has support for the VP9 video codec which is slightly superior to the H.265. If you want the fastest streaming time for your users converting it to a VP9 webm would definitely speed up the response time.
Loligod commented on 12hstudy <--假装是彩色's post: @12hstudy <--假装是白色: I would have to disagree. MP4 is a format that is standardized by the MPEG-4 family. It's compatible on practically any device without any hacks or plugins. FLV doesn't defaultly support subtitles, menus, chaptering, H.264, or H.265. It's an old standard from the Adobe Flash player days. If you were going to use an Abobe format I would recommend using F4V because it actually has some compression with H.264.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: When I visited china, to get around a lot of the restrictions, I setup a SoftEther VPN server using a OVH VPS. Set the port to 443 and the connection type to TCP to pass the firewall without any issues. SoftEther tunnels the connection using traditional https protocols (unlike the default openvpn) which makes DPI blocking a thing of the past. It just looks like you are talking with a website. You can also try to do a SSH tunnel but I didn't have much luck with that.
Loligod commented on 12hstudy <--假装是彩色's post: @Lmath: The sandbox is completely understandable. It just makes it very hard for developers to make applications for zeronet. There are multiple ways to skin a cat though. Trying to get FLV working in browsers might not be worth the hassle. 12hstudy maybe re-encoding the video via handbreak?
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: You need to make sure to do a full update. There should be a next video button below the episode summary. Press it and be amazed by all it's awesomeness.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Glw: "How to use AH?" Well you will need to run IPFS (and zeronet) on your system and then go to the video page. That's it. Everything else is taken care of. :)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: I didn't think of using bootstrap-treeview... A little too late now but thanks for the info. I'll keep it in mind next time.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: @西木野真姬: For example see: http://localhost:8080/ipfs/QmNdHUsgbi6RsT8vH4mg7gvCbKq925DYXf3cyvwAVZ6mkN/hardcode
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: @西木野真姬: I know. That is how I uploaded my other ones. You can't upload a whole folder using the webUI but with ipfs add -r you can do a whole directory.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: Well I was going to use Polymer but CORS and zeronet sandboxing prevents html imports. So I had to grab a free html5 template and edited it to fit the site's purpose. Using document.write I can split up the html systems into separate files with a downside of needing so many escape characters to output a result. The main part I'm now working on is detecting hash changes and grabbing information depending on that hash in a kind of array type system.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: That's quite the large video file. School idol project... never watched it. Stuck at 52.5MB download out of the 795MB it will take. Your poster link has a space in it making a bad request error. Seems that you got the idea though.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: @西木野真姬: IPFS is made to support large files. It does it by splitting up the file into multiple blocks inside a merkle tree for easy sharing. Now the resolve time to find the file does take some time. It's not going to be an instant action. But the moment you get connected to a peer who has the file it will start loading.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: IPFS also has a good API so you can easily make an one button press to do certain functions (such as file pinning and peer lookup). On a site, that isn't sandboxed, it would be easy to do communication with IPFS without user interaction. I personally think the best part about IPFS is how it scales in a round cluster. Almost every person who has the file contributes to the file's completion when requested. It's a near exponential speed growth.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: The hookup is exactly the same to regular video websites. But instead of pointing the video source to a file on your site you point it to the IPFS link. Detecting IPFS is pretty simple too just requiring an ajax request to the IPFS webui.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Lmath: The CROS request flowchart which is completely broken when using zeronet. I'm trying to find a way around it without any luck. Stupid sandboxing. lol
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: Ahh. Sure. You're welcome... I guess.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: You can try to use a ipfs gateway to get the file. https://gateway.ipfs.io/ipfs/QmdunRrWGLhuCYpDPXvKuCvCGSAZhr7Fw3ZwycxtEUGeeP
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @12hstudy: Is it just loading and can't seem to find a connection? Try pinning the video and resolving to a direct peer. If you have zeronet and ipfs running with an active connection to a direct peer (who has the file) you have all the prerequisites.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Th3B3st: I personally use Firefox and it works flawlessly. If anyone is having issues my recommendation is either to pin the file and wait for IPFS to download all the chunks or switch over to Firefox and stream it as intended.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Th3B3st: I've configured media element to be less aggressive. It seems to have fixed the CPU problem on my end somewhat. Still a little bit too high for my tastes.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Th3B3st: Oh my. That is quite the chunk of CPU Chrome is using. I wonder why is that... if the video is pinned or fully loaded the CPU goes down to regular rate. I think it's an issue with the way Chrome handles the buffering with mediaelement.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Zeronet0: Everyone has their own tastes.
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LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Nekololi: <3
LoliGod commented on Outlook's post: @Martinv: I don't want to speak for him, but I bet he has a pretty good outlook.
LoliGod commented on 西木野真姬's post: #teamfelix
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Lmath I can cater.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Lmath: I've setup a VPS to host oniichan. Both clear and tor connections should be able to connect. I can also package the site folder in an archive for those who still can't connect from China.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Arkre: I agree. But I don't see a reason why anons would only visit and contribute to a single site.
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @TCP: Seems available to me. Do you have tor enabled?
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Imahugefaggot: Already did. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
LoliGod commented on LoliGod's post: @Peponi: https://i.imgur.com/z2DyGWj.gif
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