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Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace. For now.

湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:

別所温泉駅 Bessho-Onsen Station:

Old pastebin:

Previews threads:

>> No.17265496
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A chill Sunday.

>> No.17265610
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>> No.17267936

Maximum comfy

>> No.17274494
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I love the mountain fog.

>> No.17275797
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where this

>> No.17276194

Fog from the mountain presumably?
What do you need to do to get in the cockpit of trains in Japan?

>> No.17276221
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Its in Tokyo. Its the Toden Arakawa Line running between Arakawa and Shinjuku.



>> No.17276231

Also home to Tokyo's last running streetcar.



Speaking of which, does anyone have more of these kind of train blogs? Preferably with heaps of photos!

>> No.17279531

Is it me or are more people taking photos of the cameras lately? Are these two cameras becoming more popular since Aizu died?

>> No.17279757

>What do you need to do to get in the cockpit of trains in Japan?
They're not "in the cockpit", they're standing by the entrance, the ticket machine is to their left and the driver is further to the left.
Some trains, generally on small/old/quiet lines have the driver's cockpit on one side and the doors are on the other side so he can deal with people paying for tickets and such, in a bus kind of a manner (people get on at the back, pay their fair or drop their ticket in the front on the way out).

>> No.17281687

Yeah you're right. My attention to detail to the photo was poor.

>> No.17282119
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I came across a playlist of streams, maybe you find something enjoyable


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Incredible playlist.

What is this, though? A skate park?

>> No.17284221

Looks like it, judging from what I've seen of Kona here at home. Those bowls look like distinctly skate bowls but I could be wrong entirely.

>> No.17285960

The live chats on the youtube streams are great practice. There are really nice people that just hang out

>> No.17285981

What do you talk about?

>> No.17286528


Why is there so much traffic in this area at 1am?

>> No.17286534
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cute sluts

>> No.17286573

Holy shit is that a zombie?

>> No.17288134


No trains but still potentially comfy

>> No.17289147

Took me a while to understand it.
It's a guy carrying a drunk girl. Or something like that.

>> No.17289919

It looked like most of the traffic was truckers to me which seems reasonable.

>> No.17289924

Nice find.
>ywn carry a drunk girl home

>> No.17291209

nothing like coming back from work to some early morning traffic and soothing music

>> No.17293521
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The red light district sure is lively this Saturday night. Look at all those qt and prostitutes with their sugar daddies.

>> No.17293816

Thats a RLD!? They look like normal couples to me.

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>> No.17296485

Has anyone compiled a list of nice YouTube streams?

>> No.17298346

have all their YT webcams unlisted.

>> No.17300592
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these are pretty comfy

thanks a ton

>> No.17308404

Those Kois?

>> No.17309189

Yes, dem Kois.

>> No.17313333

Link to this? Unless I'm blind, I'm not seeing it in this thread.

>> No.17314430


sure thing


>> No.17315184
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>> No.17316778


What is the location of this camera on google maps?

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>> No.17318072

36.352839, 138.161509

>> No.17318665

Is it illegal to place surveillance cameras with public access in places where you can clearly distinguish people's faces / conversations such as inside a taxi?

>> No.17319793


>> No.17319895

Not if the Taxi or the area is yours. You can't record audio though.

>> No.17324748

Why do Japanese train drivers wear cotton gloves, even in their hot. humid summer days?

>> No.17325069

It's part of the uniform.

>> No.17325425

Why do you like Japanese stations?

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Cause they're really comfy. Not shitholes like Western stations.

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Thanks a ton. It looks like a pretty rural area. I also have no idea why, but towns/cities with no coast make me super claustrophobic.

>> No.17326224

Think of it in this way. No Tsunami.
I don't know why but I like these and also hate these at the same time.
Thank you CP tripfriend. I was missing these webms so its definitely nice to see them pop up once in a while.

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most cameras might be dead at 1am in Japan but it's good to know I can always count on the Kabukicho Red Light District

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this one also has traffic 24/7

I wonder why

>> No.17326279

This place is always alive

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May I request a 3-7am time lapse for any of these?


I wish I saved the link to the temple with the hanging bridge. It popped up on my live recommendations on youtube and it was a beautiful sight.

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>I wish I saved the link to the temple with the hanging bridge

Found it.


>> No.17326517

Now I am at Shinjuku and I am so happy because going to Tokyo was my dream. I spend a lot of time at Kabukicho but Japanase people are so shy and they don't know English so it's really hard to speak with them.
Anyway wonderful place!

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Third worlder here. I'm happy for you, but unfortunately it will forever remain a dream for me since no visa and I will never get one because lolcocaineland.

At least I have google maps and street view, I guess.

>> No.17327528

Better start selling some cocaine then.
All you need is a few kilos and somehow get them to clientele in the US. You'll be rich in no time.

>> No.17327974

>Think of it in this way. No Tsunami.
That's part of why I liked living in Fukushima city and not so much like living in Higashimatsushima city, about 500m from a sign that says "Past Tsunami Inundation Zone".

>> No.17328080

What do you mean you'll never get a visa? I'm from lolcocaineland, got one just a few months ago and I'm a single man with no assets or land or anything.

>> No.17328147


Are you talking about a work visa or normal tourist visas? I've always been curious about work visas. I'm too old for that working holiday visa now unfortunately and work visas look like a pain in the ass.

>> No.17328170

Wait, we can get working holiday visas? Thought that was only for whiteys.

Anyway, I could get a tourist visa, and so did the trashy-looking comerciantes who wanted to root for their beloved verde in Osaka, why wouldn't you get a visa? Are you somehow worse than a verde-loving paisa?

>> No.17328197


I'm another Anon.

No, I can get tourist visas just by turning up on my passport. I was curious about work visas. I think working holiday visas are only for certain countries, but there's an age limit on them too which I've passed.

>> No.17328232

Ah, I see. No idea about work visas, and there are like 10 countries in the world that can get working holiday visas, so yeah.

Hope that anon regains his hope after reading this thread if his original intention was tourism.

>> No.17328871
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I'm the guy you replied to. How the fuck did you get one in the first place? Those requirements like bank statements, itinerary, personal invitation card, etc. are quite ridiculous.

>> No.17328880

Don't be silly, you do need a lot of documents indeed but
1) the invitation is needed only if you're visiting someone, which you probably aren't
2) do you not have a bank account? All they need to know is your balance
3) you have to come up with an itinerary anyway, don't you think it's good if you carefully plan out a trip to the goddamn other side of the world?

It's a scary process indeed but you shouldn't be afraid as long as you have the money. As for me, I aggressively saved up for years until I could do afford it, but I'm not rich or anything, just a normal estrato 3 nigger.

>> No.17328901


> carefully plan out a trip

I wish I could just book a flight along a tourist group and skip all this hassly shit but I can't find one since the last one left in 2014. Most agencies just give you the flight to Japan but no guide.

I also don't want to travel to the capital to deal with this Visa shit because fuck Bogota and cachacos in general.

>> No.17328974

I admit the process of getting the documents is long but it's not hard. Work certifications and bank statements are usually ready in one business day.

Not having an itinerary before going to Japan though? Don't ever do that, even if the whiteys here in 4chan just tell you to "b urself xD" and walking around without a destination. You WILL get lost in Tokyo and waste a really fucking important chunk of your short stay there, which for us third world niggers is insanely expensive already. On top of that, retarded touristy agencies are even more expensive and take you to meme places in a super tight and tiring schedule, so please, don't ever fucking go there without an itinerary, visa requirement or not. Hell, I could just give you my itinerary and the embassy will be okay with that.

Yeah, coming to Bogota is a real pain but there are some agencies that will send the documents for you. Keep in mind the embassy doesn't really like this though.

In any case, are you letting your hate for Bogota shadow your love for weebland?

>> No.17328995

Ugh, hope you don't mind the botched nigger English there but I'm tired as hell and want to go to sleep.

I'll sage all my posts from now on and check this thread tomorrow in case you haven't lost your motivation. I could tell you how the entire process went for me if you want.

I'll be blunt right now though: I was at first partially rejected because I only had 5M COP in my bank account, so I had to borrow 10M, turn in the new bank certificate and only after that my visa was approved. Don't even try to get the visa without at least 15M COP in your account unless you want to be called from the embassy to be told your visa will be rejected.

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I appreciate you taking your time to write all this down for me. I'm sitting at a comfy 50M COP right now so that part shouldn't be a problem. I wouldn't mind taking a peek at your itinerary to see what it should look like whenever you get the chance.

>> No.17329799

Street View is truly a blessing.

>> No.17330265

Obviously, but why? They don't seem all that practical, especially in the humid summers.

>> No.17332890

>about 500m from a sign that says "Past Tsunami Inundation Zone".
I'm not 100% sure but don't Tsunami Inundation Zones change especially depending on the size and strength of said Tsunami and that this Sign is just an indicator of the greatest past Tsunami size and strength only which could be eclipsed in the future.

>> No.17332908

>working holiday visas are only for certain countries, but there's an age limit on them too which I've passed.
I thought the age limit is 31? So you're older than that? I just turned 29 and in addition to a million fucking things I need to do to even hold a candle to my peers I'm acutely aware I should make the best use of this working holiday visa opportunity.

>> No.17332921

>Japanese uniform
Pick one.

>> No.17332926

Didn't we use to have these threads on /jp/? Whatever happened to them? We should revive them.

>> No.17333957

Alright, I'll show you. but I don't want to shit up this thread any further, so I'd be glad if you came to our IRC (#bogota @ rizon). Come and drop me a message.

>> No.17334004

>>I also don't want to travel to the capital to deal with this Visa shit
IIRC you can do it in Tunja, so it should be doable in other capitals.

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Street View can be pretty interesting at times.

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lets derail the thread: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SA6iK-fgiM

>> No.17335849

No derailings pls.

>> No.17336269

I want to breed a darkly tanned gyaru in an alleyway and force her to abort the baby!

>> No.17336279

There are tons of run-down hikyou stations across japan

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Japanese trains are max comfy.

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fucknuggets, I was too late to start my 4am-7am time lapse

have a rainbow I guess

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It's back! The street corner is back, I'm so happy. Always fascinating to watch how terrible Asian drivers are. Apparently there is going to be a parade on Saturday, must remember to watch it this time!

From Google Translate
>Ueda Yuen Festival Live Camera (Central Intersection, Movie, YouTube Live)
It is a live camera of the Ueda Gion Festival to be held on Saturday, July 22. We will relay the central intersection on the Internet. In the festival, nearly 100 such as Miyoshi Miyoshi, barrels of Mikoshi, and the mountain cars that children ride, walk through the streets of Ueda city area.

>> No.17340232

Stop spying on first year elementary students you creep.

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Going to this station next month, can't wait

>> No.17341256

holy fuck, are mall / commercial center surveillance cameras so much to ask for?


can't miss this, hopefully a kind anon records webms for us unfortunate enough to not be able to watch it live

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fucking hell lads someone please teach me how to leave a stream downloading as it goes instead of having to record what's on screen

I thought Internet Download Manager would do the trick but it's not working

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>> No.17344870

So if you don't really have the money and you're just winging it, is there cause to be afraid then?

>> No.17345231
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Never! But no lolis today, so have a fire engine instead.

The only problem is I can't see a time for when it starts. No point in me getting up at 4am bong time if the parade doesn't start until evening Japan time.

>> No.17345351


Looks beautiful. I need to make it down to Shikoku some day.

>> No.17345376

Oh man, that place looks comfy to the max. You better take lots of pictures of the station and some trains.

>> No.17347192

Wish I could help. Maybe >>>/g/
I don't see a rainbow ;_;
> Apparently there is going to be a parade on Saturday, must remember to watch it this time!
>Ueda Yuen Festival Live Camera (Central Intersection, Movie, YouTube Live)
>It is a live camera of the Ueda Gion Festival to be held on Saturday, July 22.
What time? Can we get a countdown timer or something to that affect to coordinate.

>> No.17347220

Read the pastebin.

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According to the site, it seems like it'll start at 17:30, or 5:30 PM JST/4:30 AM EDT

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I've found Truck-kun! The infamous killer of Japanese children (red circle) just barrelled though the intersection, ramped up the footpath, narrowly missed a female pedestrian and sped over the kerb into the car park (blue line), barely slowing down the entire time. The green circles are the proper entrances into the shop. That was so bloody dangerous. It's no wonder truck drivers are rightly getting a bad rep in manga.

That's 9.30 bong time, not too bad, better time than the Golden week parade.

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>> No.17350805


convince me to wake up at 3:00am local time to watch this

>> No.17350840


Ok, I've downloaded ffmpeg but where the fuck do I input those commands? Where's the executable?

>> No.17350909

In the folder? ffmpeg.exe
But you don't run it. Shift+right click in the folder (empty space inside it). Click "open command window here". Input commands.

>> No.17351177


There's no ffmpeg exd.

When using the cmd in the same folder I'm getting a dns error when trying to input the pastebin command + YouTube url. I also tried getting the stream source with vcl and pasting that but also getting the same dns indicative something something error.

>> No.17351245

Download the Windows version. It is in the bin.
Last I remember VLC doesn't even work with youtube links right now. I think it did in some of the betas or something.
Actually ffmpeg seems to not work with youtube links either so you will have to download youtube-dl and put it in the bin file of fmpeg together with the exe files. The commands should be the same, but starting with youtube-dl.exe instead. Or google details.

>> No.17353086

I really appreciate the sound from the besso onsen station

>> No.17353253

There's a train right now.

>> No.17354800
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It's interesting to watch the contrast between these two videos, not just the lights and scenery, but the kind of people out and even just the speed they walk at. Here on a Friday evening, one has people of all ages taking it easy like they are wandering home, another has a mass of young single people or groups that look like they are eager to start their night. Both have groups of exhausted salarymen in white shirts, but in Uedo they are wandering across the street with takeaways, while in Kabukicho they are briskly walking in rowdy groups to their favourite watering hole.

>> No.17355232
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Thanks, I followed your instructions and finally got it working through youtube-dl + the windows version of ffmpeg. Now all I have to do is figure out how to adjust the resolution, bitrate and get rid of the audio so it doesn't chop sections of the stream and I don't end up with 3 minute 1gb videos. Thanks!

It keeps giving me a "system cannot find file specified" when I try to put options in the format given by the documentation.

$ youtube-dl -f 'bestvideo[height<=480]+bestaudio/best[height<=480]'

>> No.17355398
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I've set up the config file to record 720p with no audio and I think I'm ready to record the festival. I've set my alarm to go off at 3:30am local time.

>> No.17355918

I wish more cams had sound.

>> No.17357103

There's sound on this >>17340195 stream now, most likely for the festival happening later.

>> No.17357561
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Things seem to be picking up. They're playing taiko drums now.

>> No.17358554

There's chanting now.

>> No.17358564
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Chanting and a shrine being hauled. They are an hour early.

>> No.17358577
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Are they going to sell food or something at the stands here?

>> No.17358598
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The balcony the camera is broadcasting from if anyone is curious.

The white one looks like it has drums >>17357561
and seating, perhaps for distinguished guests? The rest look like your typical festival stalls. What I find ridiculous is that they are still putting stalls up now, less than an hour before the event. Talk about leaving things to the last minute.

>> No.17358638

Festival's going to start in less than 30 minutes. When are the roads going to be closed off to traffic?

Distinguished guests? Are speeches usually given at festivals like this, or is it more like reserved seating?

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I have no idea, I'm only guessing, this is the first time I'm seeing this as well. But the shrine from earlier did make a brief stop in front of the shelter, so something happens there.

Nice to see some girls still wear yukatas

>> No.17358683
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I think yukatas are really only worn at festivals like these and at some hotels/onsen. I was expecting a couple of guys to be wearing yukatas as well, but they're all wearing normal street clothes, including the ones with women wearing yukata. Did spot a guy wearing what looks like a traditional kimono though.

>> No.17358694

Yeah, it seems like the only guys dressed up are the ones involved in the festival. Looks like the police are finally moving to close off the roads, traffic has dropped a lot.

>> No.17358709

Traffic seems like it dropped off completely. Looks like it's about to start.

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Looks like there's a camera crew setting up.

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I hope so or there is about to be a lot of carnage if truck-kun is still prowling around.

Anyone have any idea what the cop is saying?

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Found a guy in whatever a male yukata is called

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Another shrine being carried. Hope the policeman is telling people to get off the streets.

Neat. Male yukata is yukata, same as female.

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Looks like the kid's shrine. Makes sense that they do them early before the rowdy adults.

>> No.17358789
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Nice, it's starting now. Is anyone recording?

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Lol, that poor kid that has to run backwards.

I hope >>17355398 got up in time.

>> No.17358861

I wonder how heavy those shrines are. Pretty cool how they come in from all four directions instead of just moving in one direction.

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What type of shrine is the one with the yellow top?

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Looks like a cake

>> No.17359058
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Christmas tree

>> No.17359072

Crazy, Japs.

>> No.17359073
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A bunch of people fell. Hope they're alright.

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That damn near came crashing down.

>> No.17359118

Are the big things fans? One one side it says kimochi, on the other 木町.

>> No.17359129

Seems like it.

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I think everyone is getting progressively drunker as the parade goes on...

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I think everyone is getting progressively drunker as the parade goes on...

>> No.17359217


I got up and left the program running but after three hours it only recorded 9 minutes and then just stopped with a "downloaded 100%" message. I'm pretty disappointed.

>> No.17359224

Maybe the stream stopped for a second?

>> No.17359256

Don't feel too bad about it, since you did remember to set it up and everything. Did you reset it to get what's happening now?

>> No.17359278
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Chaos. Complete and utter chaos of light, colour, music, dance and joy. The Japs sure do know how to throw a festival.

>> No.17359292

Indeed they do. I want to go experience one in-person now.

>> No.17359303
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Kek, someone is late to the party, but they are going to spin their shrine no matter what!

>> No.17359321

Bet that 7-11 got a lot of business. Anyone know if stands at festivals are reasonably priced or overly expensive?

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They look heavy, judging by the number of people carrying them, but considering they were constantly tossing them in the air, maybe they are lighter than they look.

They were using them as fans anyway. I assumed the writing on it was the neighbourhood/location of the shrine.

If they are anything like here, they are a complete and utter rip-off. But according to some manga I read, they are local bushinesses that set up a stall to make a bit of extra cash.

Less than half an hour later an you would never have guessed a parade was here. Not even a spec of rubbish you would normally see after parades in my area.

This was a fun stream. The children were adorable with their shouts of "Yosai!" and the adults were crazy with their shrine spins. Fun for the whole family.

>> No.17359492
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>Did you reset it to get what's happening now?

Yeah, but I only got the last 30 minutes of it. I have no idea why the program decided to randomly stop recording at 3:39am. Now I have like 20 minutes of festival and 2 hours (~1.5gb) of traffic. Still pretty pissed.

>> No.17359534

Considering you were able to do longer videos now it was probably a connection problem either from your side or the stream's. I would suggest searching if there is some auto reconnecting command.

>> No.17360909
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>> No.17362232


if this camera is capable of capturing audio, why don't they leave it on all the time?

>> No.17364868

Fuck I missed the festival ;_;

>> No.17365475


If you can tell me how to trim .mp4 files with stuff like webm4retards or VLC I can upload the last 20 minutes to youtube for you.

>> No.17365721


I used ffmpeg. Here.


>> No.17366253

This was such a nice stream. I'm glad it stayed dry for them, I was worried when it was raining an hour before the event started.

Then don't miss next Saturday's Wasshoi Dance Festival stream.

Off the top of my head, I can think of a few reasons:
The property the camera is located looks like it is private property (see >>17358598)
Both I and the guy taking the video seem to have connection problems, so the internet from the location may not be strong enough for constant streaming.
I have been watching this stream on and off over the past week and I seem to be the only one watching it. Even Bessho train station gets more viewers with around a dozen at peak time, never mind the Kabukicho street stream. So there doesn't seem to be a demand for it.

>> No.17367286


> next Saturday's Wasshoi Dance Festival

Same UCV link?

>> No.17367776
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that one day you stay up to record a sunrise on a beautiful mountain onsen the weather is fucking shit

>> No.17367866

Why not check the forecast first?

>> No.17367898


I figured someone would enjoy the rainy sunrise, I guess. Maybe I'll try again tomorrow now that I've mostly figured out all this ffmpeg ripping/trimming stuff and fixing dead headers.

>> No.17368446

Nice. I love rainy weather.

>> No.17371194

It's the same camera and intersection, but there is a specific link for this festival.

From Google Translate
>UCV 1 live broadcast (TV) 29th (Saturday) 18 o'clock - (planned)
That's Saturday 10am bong time.

>> No.17371399


sweet, I can get up at 4am and try to record that one

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>> No.17376542

There is a distinct lack of time-lapse webms in this thread. Is the time-lapse guy not here any more?

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>> No.17378977
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Become the time-lapse webm guy. It is your destiny.

>> No.17380814


I made a few and I check this thread every day but I don't want to flood it with boring time-lapse webms where nothing happens. My local time for recording sunset/sunrise is super inconvenient as well since it's 3:00am/3:00pm respectively.

If you want a specific stream time-lapsed from x to y hours I wouldn't mind going out of my way for you.

>> No.17380917

>but I don't want to flood it with boring time-lapse webms
What else do you expect to be posted?

>> No.17381062


Links to streams and unlisted gems like that UCV page. I'm still waiting for a decent mall indoors surveillance camera.

>> No.17381797

I doubt my toaster and crap internet can do it.

We do have a bunch of other interesting cameras now if anything catches your interest, but I do remember that most of the popular Aizu webms were of snow and winter has not yet come to our new stations. It doesn't even have to be time-lapse, it can just be ordinary webms of scenes like the festival if you want.

>> No.17386320

Are you the same person?

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>> No.17390971

Thank you for your hard work. Don't forget to wake up for the festival this evening.

>> No.17391865


I had completely forgotten. I'll set my alarm, thanks bro.

>> No.17392762
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Looks like they're setting up for the festival now, which starts in a few hours. Weather looks good, doesn't seem like it'll rain.

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It's raining now and they have already closed off all the roads. Have I guessed the time wrong?

>> No.17393246 [DELETED] 

It should be in 35 minutes from my post.

>> No.17393249
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It begins.

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Nice man lets qt in kimonos pose with his big red fan

>> No.17393267

If someone searching for the stream

What are they saying when not saying wasshoi? Sounds like "race car".
Also I am not sure if it is my net, but the stream is quite choppy right now. Maybe this is why last time you (or was it someone else?) had your recording stopped.

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>> No.17393292

The dokkoi I hear. I don't know.
>that guy that just went to shake his ass
>got hit by a guy just like in my comedic anime duos

>> No.17393334
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Looks like groups are coming together now for the proper festival. Looks exciting!

I am not Webm Man. I had trouble last time, but this time has been flawless so far to my great pleasure. Having said that, I'm being cautious by watching it at a mere 480p this time.

>> No.17393366
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Chaos. Complete utter chaos. Is that sweets/candy they are throwing?

>> No.17393373

I wasn't watching, but wouldn't they be throwing salt if anything?

>> No.17393380

I doubt people would be crowding around like that if it were salt. Imagine it being flung into your eyes.

>> No.17393385

As I said I didn't watch it so I didn't see people crowding around them. Then again, we are talking about the nips. Nothing would surprise me.

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Did the festival get rained out?

>> No.17393452

Ha! As if a little monsoon would stop the Japs from holding a festival. I hope they start the dancing soon though.

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I can't believe there are all these rude pedestrians just rudely walking through the middle of a parade. Don't they have any manners?

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I have no idea what's going on... The parade has just sort of broke down.

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I think it is over now? Man, and I thought last week was chaos, this had no order whatsoever. The dancers seemed to have had a good time nonetheless, there were grown men dancing and laughing and behaving like children. Good to see they are not all dead inside salarymen.

>> No.17393638

The picture on the site implies more action at 9:35 and 12:35

>> No.17393709
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They've already packed up and turned the street lights back on though. Perhaps those are times for events happening elsewhere?

>> No.17393933
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guess what happened again m8s

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>> No.17395307

That's disappointing. Maybe ffmpeg doesn't like festivals? Although this one didn't last as long as the one from last week.

Thanks for the links anon. I found these live streams going through the related videos:

What seem to be 24 hour live stream news/weather channels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfTq_A9nBM0

TV channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5G8c2eUBio

24-Hour earthquake warning streams:

A couple of streams set up by what seems to be an onsen tourist association:

Random stream of a parking lot for a store: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF8n0iGVtPI

Not completely sure where these are located:

Yokohama Port: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE58KB1AoiA

Akihabara: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpIJ2DeV148

Roppongi Sky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXr6INJs0TA

Highway stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdJthnaGO6c

Seaside stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXnw7o_rcn4

A stream of some swallows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F64x-tTVIGc

A stream set up in Sadamisaki Peninsula: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCcqtWsybmY

What looks like the inside of an auto repair shop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b9Hi57CCDM

Tokachi-Obihiro Airport in Hokkaido: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4jD_3tiBHM

Found this site in a video description. Has a bunch of live streams, from cameras outside of places to games and art-related stuff: https://freshlive.tv/

>> No.17395841
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So dirty.

>> No.17395860


I was hoping for a bigger parking lot.


Holy shit, thanks for all those streams. This is going to be a fun Sunday.

> A stream of some swallows

how the hell did you even find that

>> No.17395872

if anyone wants to request a sunrise time-lapse of any one stream I'll be able to take one in exactly 24 hours

I like scenery

>> No.17395890

Post some snowy winter trains, I want to feel comfy in this summer heat

>> No.17395919

A lot of these places look borderline abandoned.

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Just do one. Any stream.

>> No.17396062
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It sure is beautiful out there.

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That's sad. But we have one last chance! The crossroads camera will likely be stopped and taken down in a few hours to be moved for a festival no summer would be complete without: the fireworks festival.

Next Saturday at 7pm JST/ 11am Bong if my illiterate understanding of moon scribbles is correct.


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>> No.17402314

Tadami-sen <3

>> No.17402530


Tadami-sen is just incredible.

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>> No.17406568

i love this picture

>> No.17406776

Beach cam

>> No.17406978

This picture is amazing. I want to go there and sleep in the grass, or stare into the sky and watch the clouds. The only thing you'd hear would be nature and the occasional train... damn I really want to go here.

>> No.17407011

Those are probably rice fields actually.
I wouldn't suggest sleeping in them.

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Tadami-sen is such a lovely line. I highly recommend checking it out if you are in the area. If you ride it it's about two hours out to Kaneyama, two hours back with about half an hour at Kaneyama. Winter is spectacular and if you go any time in Janurary it's likely to be snow everywhere.

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the fact that i cannot live in such a peaceful place and am forced to live amongst niggers and spics, who trash all things beautiful, makes me suicidal.

>> No.17412621 [DELETED] 

Aizuwakamatsu is where you go when you die

>> No.17412748 [DELETED] 

You belong with them because you're worse.

>> No.17412826


I took a trip on it this June. I've been slammed at work ever since I got back from my holiday, so I've not had chance to sort though my pictures yet but I want to post some.

It was rainy, but the mist rising from the valley was unbelievable. It felt like a strange, eerie, lonely stretch of line the day I visited. I imagine it's different on a touristy summer day though.

Of all the lines I went on and the places I visited it's at the top of my list of places to revisit.

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fuck that

>> No.17421896
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Don't forget about the fireworks display in roughly 25 hours time.

Also, I found this little HD webcam of TEN train tracks. It's quite busy with plenty of trains, everything from bullet trains to cargo trains passing every few seconds at peak times. But there is no lighting at night, which would suck for Euros, and the broadcasting doesn't seem to be constant.


>> No.17422220

Looks like a model train set.

>> No.17424319
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Still have no idea how to stop the recorder from randomly stopping.

>> No.17425916

It seems like they record for 12 hours, save the stream, and start a new one, so I suppose there's nothing to worry about.

>> No.17426626

It looks like someone else will be streaming the fireworks on Niconico too.


>> No.17427131
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It's live! Looks like it's going to be dry and the fireworks will happen.

Is Nico the same stream/view?

>> No.17427387
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A bit bright still, isn't it? Anyone else hearing fireworks but not seeing anything?

>> No.17427413
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Nvm, it's started.


Two different views.

>> No.17427560

Is it over?

>> No.17427561
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Is this some kind of competition? Seems like it.

This stream is better, you get a better view than the other one that is angled too far down and cuts off half the fireworks.

>> No.17427577

I don't think so, the schedule states there's another half hour and people are staying seated. This seems like an interval.

>> No.17427701

Damn, that is one beautiful webm. It's always amazing how much the clouds can change the atmosphere.

>> No.17427739
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I was wrong. Best way to watch this show was with both streams side by side, a literal explosion of colour across two screens.

What a great show. I'm amazed at how complex Japanese/Asian fireworks are, much better than the plain fireworks we have. My personal favourites were the ones that exploded like Saturn (a large ball with a ring of white) followed by a smaller ball of a different colour inside. Brilliant stuff.

>> No.17427776

Seems like stream is officially over.

Those Saturn-looking ones were great. I also liked the ones that looked like groups of straight lines. The timing on some of the fireworks were perfect, making a beautiful display. I wish I had gotten some screencaps, but I didn't want to miss anything.

>> No.17429711

Yeah, seems they change the view every so often as well. Better to link the channel so people can click on the latest livestream


This may be an interesting stream to time-lapse because it's so busy, especially at dusk, it'll be interesting to see the sheer number of trains that zip through Tokyo compressed into a few minutes.

>> No.17429838 [DELETED] 

Great listings. This should be in the pasta if it isn't already.

>Not completely sure where these are located:
The first 2 are in Shibuya Kōen-dōri 35dot6609594 139dot7008593

>> No.17429844 [DELETED] 

Great listings. This should be in the pasta if it isn't already.

>Not completely sure where these are located:

The third one is on the Tamagawa river on the edge between Setagaya, Tokyo and Kawasaki, Kanagawa 35dot602845,139dot6381467

Those are coordinates but 4chan thinks its spam unless I use the word dot instead.

Can do more coordinates if anyone else wants.

Welp. 0 for 2 now.

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>Cause they're really comfy. Not shitholes like Western stations.

comfy western station

>> No.17429854

Great listings. This should be in the pasta if it isn't already.

>Not completely sure where these are located:
The first 2 are in Shibuya Kōen-dōri 35dot6609594,139dot7008593

The third one is on the Tamagawa river on the edge between Setagaya, Tokyo and Kawasaki, Kanagawa 35dot602845,139dot6381467

Those are coordinates but 4chan thinks its spam unless I use the word dot instead.

For google street viewing pleasures around the webcams.

Can do more coordinates if anyone else wants.

Welp. 0 for 2 now.

>> No.17432027

Is that station really called 'Elend'?

>> No.17434105
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>Is that station really called 'Elend'?

Yes, next stop is 'Sorge'.

>> No.17434436
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for once the recorder decides to not act up and lets me records a comfy two hours

but then the weather's terrible, of course

>> No.17437090

>but then the weather's terrible, of course
Doesn't really matter, still pretty cool.

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>> No.17440839

I love stormy weather by the coast, it's always nice.

>> No.17446643

I'm a bloody idiot. Only now have I realised I should have checked the Bessho camera to see if we could see the fireworks from the station, or checked the temple cameras to see if there was any sort of ceremony when they brought the shrines back to the temples after the festivals. Damn fool.

Anyway, I found a list of festivals that happen in Ueda, just to give an idea of when the camera might appear again, as well as background on Bessho Onsen.
I hope the float and drumming festivals are broadcast.

>> No.17446665


How many of these will actually be broadcasted through a static live camera, though? I would have loved to watch that river run one.

>> No.17446689

They don't say and it doesn't seem like many are broadcast, hence "just to give an idea of when the camera might appear again".

I like this, it's a lot more dramatic and I like how the rain shows how the wind blows inland from the sea.

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>> No.17452282


sorry for not uploading any more time-lapses but I haven't had free time because of work and I don't feel like waking up at 3:00am to record sunsets

I'll have some time this Saturday so if you want any stream time-lapsed I'll gladly do it

>> No.17453034

Perhaps look at >>17429711's steams. He saves all his streams, so you don't need to get up at 3am for sunrises and you can browse to find a sunrise/sunset you like.

>> No.17454156
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There's a lot of activity at the castle today, I wonder if there is an event going on? One of pic-related perhaps?


What on earth is he doing?

>> No.17457786

>What on earth is he doing?
Watering the plants.

>> No.17457845

With a tiny spray bottle? Imagine the number of refills he needs to water the entire station! It has to be a pest killer or something.

>> No.17457877

It is probably mostly natural flora that gets its water from rain. It might have not rained in a while so he is just spraying water on the leafs. It is something people do.

>> No.17466047
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Anyone else enjoy finding and exploring the area around the webcams on streetview?

Pic related is the location of the camera for >>17286534 >>17314430, truly an area built for entertainment, there's a batting range around the corner and everything.

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>>17429711 is in a nice area, if you ignore the train noise, greener than than the more central areas of Tokyo. I blurred the location because it looks like the guy is streaming from home unlike the other one, but it is easy for the curious to find.

>> No.17468982


I had been looking through street view for the longest time to find the location of that camera with no luck.

>> No.17471611
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Yeah, it has quite a lot of junctions for such a small area, but once I used the Sun to eliminate most junctions, it was easy enough to find.
Interesting fact!:
Tokyo police car number 240 passes through the area roughly every 40 minutes, depending on traffic. So if you want to rob some yakuza "massage parlour" in the area, do it 20 minutes after the police car has last past. This way, the yakuza can skin you alive in peace without any pesky law enforcement getting in the way.

Pic is a shrine up the road from Bessho station.

>> No.17479619

Has this line actually been fixed? Last I heard there was a landslide a few years ago and they never got round to clearing it away.

>> No.17482630

No. A bridge collapsed past Aizu-Kawaguchi station so the line goes that far and then returns to Aizu-Wakamatsu.

>> No.17484777

Are there any streams you watch daily?

I watched Aizu daily for years

Now that it's gone I enjoy this view


It's particularly nice on wet mornings like today

>> No.17487461

>sky view

>> No.17489703

sometimes if you're lucky you can catch a bird flying close to the camera
if it's raining and windy we get droplets on the view as well

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>> No.17493699

>rest in peace

What happened?

>> No.17495567
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>> No.17497927

The live camera for the station stopped operation at the end of March.

>> No.17500683

That empty billboard is irritating me

>> No.17500824

>hot in summer

>> No.17502117


New Akabane-Tokyo station webcam!

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(yes, that is a bench, so you can sit and admire the old train quietly)

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>> No.17509768

That is fuckign beautiful with the clouds / fpg just streaming by. What hours was that?

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>> No.17512136

Wow. Tons of trains constantly going by. There's freight, commuter, and shinkansen all on one cam. This is amazing!

>> No.17512152

Oh just noticed the description has a link to a blog in english that explains all the rolling stock you're likely to see

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>> No.17513147

just found this live stream through my videos recommendation

shit is good

>> No.17514978


I'm the guy who originally recorded that but didn't admire it until you pointed it out. It was between 4am and 6am Japan time.

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>> No.17519141

Thank you good sir. Gotta admire your own work more!

>> No.17521286
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They're putting up a new billboard right now!
Come watch


>> No.17521834

Maybe >>17500683 will get some peace of mind now.

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Whatever they're doing, looks like it's a multi-day project

>> No.17523505

Why does a billboard take more than a day to put?

>> No.17524459

no idea, I wouldn't assume it usually does
maybe it's structural repairs? guess time will tell

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>> No.17528411

Neon lights still on at dawn.

Eerily I find this.

Still lovely especially the contrast.

Thanks for catching this and sharing it.

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>> No.17530656

Gosh, I decided to record this stream for the hell of it today and have footage of the transition from dawn to day but can't figure out how to make ffmpeg simultaneously trim the video and speed it up.

>> No.17531162 [DELETED] 

Surely if I am dueling lvl 40 Kaiba I will have a bigger chance of getting the SR cards, in other words, Enemy Controller?

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>> No.17532346

I wonder if it's gone now that they terminated the stream

>> No.17532718

Really enjoying this one. Thanks.

>> No.17533153

I really dislike it when its pitch black. It just looks like a crappy camp surveillance camera or some flick from the 1930s or something.

But otherwise I really dig it when its light and you can see the greenery.

>> No.17533597

That's pretty overkill for something a $100 IP camera would have done just fine

>> No.17534014
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recorded a decent one this afternoon

>> No.17535675

Is it a private line or a JR line? Seems a bit weird for a line to be closed for so many years, especially in a country that's famous for replacing destroyed infrastructure within a week.

>> No.17536202

So theres no stream for this station any more? I used to watch it from time to time but the links I have dont work any more.

>> No.17536234

They shut it down.

>> No.17540123

Next winter i am going to put that on a loop on one of my extra monitors and pretend it's live, so comfy.

>> No.17540924

It's a JR line.
I believe there are plans for repairs, maybe they have even started on it.
Remember, though, that the line isn't completely closed, it goes about 50% of the original length and it is still used by people who live west of Aizu-Wakamatsu.

Looking on Google Maps satellite view it looks like two bridges are down actually, after Honna and Aizu-Yokota.

>> No.17541210

I imagine the two other stations will look nice in the snow, if they get any. Bessho might be too far south?

>> No.17541375

New thread when?
Hope so and interest will increase then as well.
Its been a bit slow.
>Looking on Google Maps satellite view it looks like two bridges are down actually, after Honna and Aizu-Yokota.

>> No.17542454

Just found these traffic cams:
Resolution is pretty shit but framerate seems to be decent on the streams that i checked, will have to give it another look tomorrow and see if there is anything interesting to see.

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>> No.17543895

37.441442, 139.495100
37.389644, 139.423464

>> No.17544138

Here you go, new thread

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