Monday, November 21, 2016

Decoder Ring Video

Code for 3D Scholars: L:OTTD LD LAPJ'B LD BXI EO

This video came with a greater than normal measure of baggage. All good stuff.

First of all, I recorded this one on my phone. I attempted to use a lapel mic to improve the audio, only to discover that the lapel mic did nothing. So this was recorded with my phone's mic. Surprisingly, I still think it's an improvement in sound from my old camera. What do you think?

EDIT: I see now the sound is WAY too quiet. I'll have to edit and reupload that. It's on my to-do list. Done. Updated with the new version. Here's the old version for archival purposes:

Secondly, this video was largely made for those who support me on Pateron. Pateron supporters get a special permutation of the decoder ring that I use to make the decoded messages that appear in these videos. I've had to spend some time on Pateron updating that with this information. You can see my public post about this, including all encoded messages to date, on Pateron. That said, I'm kinda tapped out this morning. So enjoy the video.

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