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Link: http://www.ntt-east.co.jp/fukushima/mado/detail/jr_aizu.html
Non-silverlight link: http://center3.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu?MSWMExt=.asf

Timetable links +09:00(JST)




>"会津若松 着" This column is arrival time

New paste, few corrections from the previous recent one:
http://pastebin.com/WGqBmfrw (embed)

This paste compiles information that was previously included in additional separate posts linked to OP. New section has also been added with all the train models seen at the station.

If there are corrections or adjustments to be made reply to OP.

In the future, there's a plan to transfer all the the info in the paste to a simple site so that it can be properly formatted and images/video can be added. The paste will be kept as well for those that prefer it and both will be updated.

Previous Thread
>>16519110 (short)

>> No.16555432
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>> No.16557422
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>> No.16559748

I love night

>> No.16562254
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Thanks OP

>> No.16563299
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>> No.16564539

Still waiting for another moot sighting

>> No.16566529

So what happens when the snow goes? How does the station remain interesting?

>> No.16567061

I think during the spring or summer they have special occasions with the old black train (if I'm not mistaken)

>> No.16567349
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yeah, too bad not having trees here

>> No.16568590

Where is that? Its absolutely beautiful.

You mean Hiroyuki now?

Its also comfy to watch the rain, clouds, fog, sunrise and sunset, and listen to the Japanese crickets during summer. Its a slice of life webcam.

>> No.16569171

That has to be one of the comfiest stations I have seen.

>> No.16575342
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>> No.16579952


The stream seems to be down for me so I went to the official site and saw the notice

"[ Important ] Notice of content end "from the window of Fukushima"

Can anyone with more knowledge of the language and situation tell us what is being discontinued?

I'm assuming the worst here

>> No.16580309




trainfags on suicide watch


>> No.16580389

Yeah, from 31st of March they are stopping a lot of streams.

>> No.16580402

Unless it's maintenance/problems the one specific to this thread seems to already be gone

>> No.16580662

Rumors are that they're upgrading to 4K with the possibility to move the camera around since it'll be mounted on a drone so you can look under the skirts of the girls too if you like Who the hell am I kidding?

>> No.16580686

Maybe 31st March is when the final ones will be taken offline.

>> No.16580755

I see. Thank you for the information.

I'm going to start the commemoratory thread and dump what I have collected over time

>> No.16580904

I know it sounds naive but... Couldn't we try to write a letter explaining and maybe ask for them to keep the stream, or at least consider it?

>> No.16580958

They might respond, I don't know if they'd actually keep it up for us though.

>> No.16580972

I'm surprised they would pull it considering they're trying hard to market the country for the Olympics at this point

>> No.16581005


I think the OP of this thread said the cam is ending.

There's a few older pictures in there.

>> No.16581060

there's also an official announcement on the site

>> No.16581266
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Been following the stream for 4-5 years I think. It's sad to see it go

>> No.16581592
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>> No.16581778

What a shame. I'm going to miss this station. I know it's not the same but maybe we could turn this into a Japanese Railways general?

>> No.16581806

stream is back up

>> No.16581808
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forgot to post a screencap

>> No.16581897
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The site does have like 18 cameras and a lot of them are very low quality, they might be thinking about getting rid of those older cameras.

Well anyway looks like most if not all of the cameras are back up at least for now. We probably have another month.

>> No.16583165

>Couldn't we try to write a letter explaining and maybe ask for them to keep the stream, or at least consider it?
Why do you think they would? It's not like they're taking down just stream. They're taking down like 19 streams that have been running for the last 14 years.


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>> No.16583667

>Why do you think they would? It's not like they're taking down just stream. They're taking down like 19 streams that have been running for the last 14 years.
I dunno, just thought it could be worth a try. How expensive can it be to keep those up? Unless they are cutting ties with the provider or something like that.

>> No.16584083
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>> No.16587603

Is it really going down, /jp/? If it's true then I'll be really upset. I've never owned a pet but it feels like my dog just died. I've had these threads open in a tab for something like two years now and it's been a constant source of comfy sights and sounds. I rarely posted, but checking out the great pictures and webms you guys post has been the most relaxing part of my daily routine.

When you think about it, isn't the whole idea of this little community built around watching this humble train station such an amazing and unique thing? It's something that's only possible in this time period right now and in this place where the internet and old railway technology intersects. Beautiful.

I just don't want it to end so soon.

>> No.16591567


>> No.16591589
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Another beautiful morning.

>> No.16592145
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>> No.16594756
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How do you guys record the stream? I think that they'll really end all the streams of Fukushima no Mado Kara next month, so I wanted to make a video of these next few weeks of the train station and put it up somewhere as a memento just like the timelapses, but I can't find the proper software to do so.

>> No.16595424

ffmpeg -i mmsh://center3.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu -c:v copy -c:a copy "jraizu.mkv"

Will record the stream as one continuous segment.

I record in 30 minute segments to make them easier to use and manage. 30 minutes is approximately 170MB so its just under the bar for most file locker sites.

@echo off
SET /A i = i + 1
ffmpeg -i mmsh://center3.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu -c:v copy -c:a copy -t 1800 "jraizu-%i%.mkv"
goto :loop

There are the %date% and %time% variables that allows you to append the date and time to files but the variables behave differently depending on the user's setup. By default windows time isn't valid for filenames.

>> No.16595445

Oh sorry

>@echo off
>SET /A i = i + 1
>ffmpeg -i mmsh://center3.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu -c:v copy -c:a copy -t 1800 "jraizu-%i%.mkv"
>goto :loop

That's a windows batch file. Save it as <anything>.bat and run it.

>> No.16596805

I've been thinking, maybe the reason they're getting rid of the streams is that they rely on the silverlight plugin to work. Since silverlight is only supported in IE and Firefox now, it's becoming increasingly difficult to view them the "official" way. So maybe they figured the streams aren't worth keeping up if no one can view them? Is that likely?

>> No.16598510

Thank you. I'll be trying this and see how it goes.

I'm not sure if that's the case, but if it's anything financially related, then I imagine they could trash the other various cameras that I feel are not so much watched and keep the train station feed going. I can only imagine the possible costs of their continuous live feed of cameras in the mountains and castles that are part of the Fukushima live streaming cameras.

>> No.16600695

>financially related

they can add a donation button

>> No.16606245

>I can only imagine the possible costs of their continuous live feed of cameras in the mountains and castles that are part of the Fukushima live streaming cameras.
a cheap link, set it and forget it cam, and a server?
Costs must be in the billions!

>> No.16607321
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comfy snow

>> No.16612128

When / if this ends (I'm still in denial), can we have a similar thread for streaming webcams in general?

There is a few in the pastebin (gosh it was only recently created) but my favorites are:

>Shibuya scramble crossing

Hokkaido 4x webcams

Yokohama Port

Seriously, I am gonna miss you all.

>> No.16612180

Akihabara live camera (has music)

I used to watch this one but they added a second camera and now it alternates between the two constantly and it's annoying.

>> No.16617837
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Made a Countdown Timer ;_;


>> No.16617866

We can make a nice thread in memory of the stream if it does go down. I'll dump everything I collected over the years

I hope the decision is not final or can be reversed though

>> No.16617908
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Or its an early April Fools. But yeah good idea.

>> No.16618164

This isn't Japanese but if you wanna watch UK trains there's always

>> No.16618323

My second favorite Japanese bird.

>> No.16623246
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>My second favorite Japanese bird.
Whos the first?

>> No.16630873

doubt since there's an official announcement
We can always hope

>> No.16636559

Nice pic

>> No.16639201
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>> No.16640568

What? Is it getting shut down?

>> No.16644806


Start reading from >>16579952

>> No.16646265
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I love mornings like this.

>> No.16648029

Can we contact them perhaps?
If they're closing all the webcams.... Perhaps they could consider only leaving aizu but instead of having it run 24/24h, perhaps they could sync the start of street when the stations opens and the end when the station closes?

>> No.16648732

Fuck, it's really sad if they are gonna end it. I've been following this train station for a least 8 or 7 years and such has happened since then

I will really miss this place, no matter what happened to Fukushima the residents still live and use their train transportation to nearby areas. The leaving and coming back of those trains everyday, the weather conditions through all the year, people waving to the camera... man, it's gonna be all gone but the memories will be ever saved on pictures and videos.

>> No.16655310

chances are their cost for running is flat rate so it doesn't really matter if the stream is up 12 or 24 hours a day once the infrastructure has been set up and paid for

I do agree with contacting them though. Maybe if they see that the stream has had such a loyal following...

>> No.16656131


>> No.16656192 [DELETED] 

Have they fixed the rush hour overcrowding problem at this point? I suppose the only way you can do it is to have a constant stream of trains during peak times

>> No.16656220


Have they fixed the rush hour overcrowding problem at this point? I suppose the only way you can do it is to have a constant stream of trains during peak times

>> No.16657508

Start a petition to save this live stream!!!!!

>> No.16657659
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the snow is slowly melting away

>> No.16657941
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>> No.16660189

God damn it, why? ;_;

>> No.16660779
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rare train

>> No.16663775

Interesting how they use Heisei 平成 as the year.

>> No.16666252
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Is this a new model?
I saw quite a few people taking pictures of it.

>> No.16669887

I think its new but it most certainly is a rare train if people are snapping photos of it.

>> No.16670885
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foggy morning

>> No.16671063

how would you go about waching the stream on your smartphone?

>> No.16671121

I've tried to get android VLC to work but it doesn't seem to, not sure if it can. I don't know if there's a better media player for out there on android either.

>> No.16671145

Gave vlc a shot as well, didn't work. I also tried mx player but it gave me the same error sadly. I then tried searching for a silverlight plugin for firefox browser but no luck there, and unfortunately there are no addons for chrome browser on android. Guess I'll stick to desktop for now

>> No.16672026

If you really needed it, you could maybe have the stream open on your desktop then teamviewer in from your phone.

>> No.16673296

Why is fog so romantic?

>> No.16674897

It works with 321 player on android if you use the non silverlight link

>> No.16675010

So did they realize it is stupid to stop the camera by now? Or is all of Fukoshima just melting by now?

>> No.16679368
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Snowing again.

>> No.16679395

Last hurrah?

Thanks for the post.

>> No.16683261

>Last hurrah?
Let's hope not.

So is anyone sending an email or what?

>> No.16683557
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>> No.16683740

Full house.

Second the motion.

>> No.16684029


>> No.16688455


>> No.16693265

What webcams are we watching after this gets shut down?

>> No.16693932


I propose to look at the 1800 jap surveillance cameras to spot burglars, shoplifters, car accidents, yakuza raids and the occasional qt washing her clothes at the coin laundry:


>> No.16695194
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Never forget

>> No.16696494

Are you serious anon?

>> No.16697263

Why'd they shut it down? Is it cause of the guy who suicided on the stream the other day?

>> No.16697393

Most speculation seems to be cost related?

>> No.16697399

Thanks anon. Will not forget.

What date (and time) was that again?

>> No.16697547


What exactly does the message say? Also the cameras have been around for 15 years 4 months?

>> No.16700091

The E721 series has been getting a lot more use lately

I'm assuming it must have been perma deployed on this line now


Does anyone with more knowledge know which line(s) we are watching in the stream? Is it all the tadami line?

>> No.16700339
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The Tadami Line uses the platforms to the left of the screen, which we can't see.
What the stream shows is the two platforms of the Ban-etsu west line.
It's a reverse station for that line. The Western part of the line from Niitsu stops on the left platform, while the eastern part of the line for Koriyama stops on the right platform. (all of which forms the ban-etsu west line)

>> No.16700367


The Tadami line looks stunning.

Is that bridge still open do you know? I understand some of the bridges were closed a few years ago.

>> No.16701824

I have no idea if it's still open. That bridge is between Aizuhinohara and Aizunishikata stations.

>> No.16701861

Are there any other train stations to watch? The ip cameras in offices from that other anon looky really creepy..

>> No.16701933

ustream and youtube are the only places I know of where you can easily find new streams but I don't know if we'll have a way to record the stream like we currently do

>> No.16701946

Makes sense. Thank you for clarifying

>> No.16701985
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Why are on ustream so many christian streams?

>> No.16701999

Couple of other streams I stumbled upon.



>> No.16702015

Any way to view ustream without flashplayer? like in mpv, mpc, ffmpeg etc

>> No.16702041

Livestreamer can pipe the stream to something else

Not actually sure if it works with ffmpeg but it seems possible.

>> No.16702058

What are some good keywords to look for on youtube and ustream?

I've tried:
鉄道 - railway
電車駅 - train station

Those seem to work but I wonder if there's something better.

>> No.16702069


>> No.16702092

livestreamer isn't actively maintained anymore and a lot of site plugins have stopped working.

Use streamlink instead, it's the currently maintained fork of livestreamer (same functionality):

>> No.16702093


>> No.16702142

Kinda difficult to catch train stations by keyword. Try ライブカメラ and look through results manually.

>> No.16702179


>> No.16702346

So after messing with streamlink for a while I figured out how to copy ustream streams with ffmpeg.

(In windows)
streamlink --stream-url <entire stream url> best
Will reveal the link to the playlist for the stream.

Then you can feed that url to ffmpeg

ffmpeg -i "<stream_url.m3u8?whatever&whatever&etc&group=iphone>" -c copy output.m3u8

It will copy the streams and make a playlist for them so they can be played or combined into one file.

>> No.16702361


>> No.16702386

Thank you, I also came across there, the second one has music.



>> No.16702459

trying to play the second link in >>16701999 gives me an access denied in ffpmeg. Any ideas?

>> No.16702479

Did you get the entire link including all the garbage at the end past the file extension(.m3u3) ?

>> No.16702487


>> No.16702490

sorry .m3u8*

>> No.16702498

Huh now it's doing that for me too. Not sure what changed all of a sudden.

>> No.16702525

It stopped working but then I did the streamlink thing again and copied the url in and it worked again.

Seems to be a bit unstable.

>> No.16704431
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>> No.16704621

Wow. Snow is almost gone. God I am gonna miss this station.

>> No.16705557
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The lights look really great on the kanazawa station

>> No.16705586


Thanks, looks like it is still open. The line between Aizukawaguchi and Aizugamo is closed as far as I'm aware.

>> No.16706499
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I really hope we get to watch the snow come out this year again. I don't want them to end this stream.

>> No.16707615

I love how you get Shinkansen and regular DMU/EMU services in one place. Hate all the catenary blocking the view though.

>> No.16709737

Hope so too. But I doubt it. Its the middle of March. We are closer to Sakura season than snow season.

>> No.16709749

Yeah unlike this station its not "intimate".

>> No.16710459
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At the moment I am looking at several streams and I'm suprised that the Shibuya crossing has 160 viewers. The Kanazawa station still going strong with 16

>> No.16712054

It looks like the video is pretty poor quality?

>> No.16712184

It's 720p but doesn't get any sharper sadly

>> No.16712296
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Strange train parked on the middle track

>> No.16712332

also it's snowing pretty steadily

>> No.16712381

So sad its coming to an end ;_;

>> No.16712490
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We might get one last build up. The snow is covering the ground

>> No.16712513
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Thanks for the heads-up anon.

>> No.16712591
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More snow.

>> No.16712603


>> No.16712888
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the snow has stopped

>> No.16712925

Maybe there will never be snow ever again

>> No.16712992

It seems to be starting again but not as steadily this time.

>> No.16713160


>> No.16714864
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Group picture time

>> No.16714867
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they're all done

>> No.16715296

Nice catch.

>> No.16716775

Thats cute.

We won't be able to see these things anymore after this month ;_;

>> No.16720730

What streams are you guys switchting over to?

>> No.16720806

I haven't really found a good replacement. None of the other cams I've seen let you see the platforms.

Even googling for other train cams in Japanese just gives a ton of shitty MJPEG/java webcams with no view of the stations themselves.

>> No.16721257
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Black train.

>> No.16721645
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Most importantly are we still gonna have threads here? It could be a generic thread. Half the fun is watching with /jp/!

>> No.16721677
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Great collection. The port of yokohama looks amazing at night

>> No.16721792

>you'll never see this in person

>> No.16721874
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>follow this train stream for over half a decade
>still haven't seen it in person

>> No.16722005

What does it say exactly?

>> No.16722018

TL Note: Sayonara means goodbye in japanese

>> No.16722611

How long have these threads been around?

>> No.16722688

Intermittently since at least 09.

>> No.16725916
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I wish the quality was better.

>> No.16727014
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>> No.16728361

You can actually combine all of the segments into one file if you just pass it a regular file container at the end rather than a playlist like so

ffmpeg -i "<stream_url.m3u8?whatever&whatever&etc&group=iphone>" -c copy -bsf:a aac_adtstoasc output.mp4

It's actually not too different from the Aizu stream after all

>> No.16731612
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I'll dump som of the pictures I took when I visited Aizuwakamatsu in 2012.

>> No.16731631
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I posted these in an /a/ thread yesterday as well as on a few other occasions since then.

This is track 3, on the other side of the left platform from the stream camera.

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*since 2012 that is.

The main entrance to the station is quite nice.

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Close up of train-kun.

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IIRC these tracks continue on trough Aizu and takes you all the way to the Akita-prefecture and the Sea of Japan.

>> No.16731683
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Inside train-kun.

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Thanks for sharing anon.

I take it you're not a regular here or sharing now because webcam is closing?

When in 2012 did you go?

Also what thread on /a/?

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I mean Niigata-prefecture of course.

It was a weekend in the beginning of September, and I know the stream is dying, kind of I decided to post them. But yeah,mostly visited random /a/ threads.

>> No.16731729

I believe they have been around at least since 2011.

>> No.16731773

Well, I seam to have misread your post a little, but yeah. posting because the stream is dead.

Here's a drivewheel of C57 class steam train, it's the type that you sometimes could see on the stream.

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>> No.16731805

Oh, and I found the /a/ thread, it died pretty quickly.

>> No.16731865 [DELETED] 

>>>/154709126/ someone died on stream?

>> No.16731868

>>>/a/154709126/ someone died on stream?

>> No.16732123
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Thanks. Its been a long time since I've seen stream threads on /a/ as shared by some in that thread especially >>>/a/154709043 and >>>/a/154708811 . It really saddening. Time really has flown

>> No.16732192

I'm glad to see that these threads are still up. I remember being one of the few people that would reply to Aizuwakamatsu threads some years ago and imagined they would be gone at some point if any of the anons that replied to it left. I left 4chan until recently and thought this would be gone, but I'm happy to see that there were still people watching the train station.

>> No.16732323

I had a list of cameras from some years ago but most of them don't work now or have a password.
Are the shrine camera and fruit market one still working?

>> No.16732380

Welcome back.

What brings you back?


>> No.16732424

I remember there being a long list of unsecured cameras, like the cram school and preschool cameras, or the ramen shop one, early when this thread began. I looked around in my archives and couldn't find the list, but I found some addresses that I kept from them. Maybe one of them will interest you. Don't know if they're still working or not.

I came back for the sole purpose of watching the last days of this thread once I saw the announcement of the stream ending. I wanted to check out if the thread was still around.

>> No.16732436 [DELETED] 
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My youtube only list.

>> No.16732454

My youtube only list here >>16721645

>> No.16732783
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>> No.16732855


>> No.16733031
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Mating trains

>> No.16736407

>even trains have a soulmate

>> No.16736687

Watching the station stream is one thing but do you guys watch on-board videos as well?
Like these

>> No.16736793

Sometimes, rarely. It is something about seeing things "live" that I enjoy more.

>> No.16736880

Sometimes. For example:

I like the mood of this one (rain at dusk, through Japanese suburb), but usually I listen while doing something else more than I watch.

>> No.16736898

>but usually I listen while doing something else more than I watch.
Oh god, I thought I was the only one.
I generally loop Yamanote line while I'm working.

>> No.16737118

They seem to really like each other, but they're rarely on the same track.

>> No.16737126


>> No.16738220
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>> No.16740017

How to crack those camera passwords, anyone?

>> No.16743310
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I'm going to make some timelapses of the this train station.

>> No.16744022 [DELETED] 
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I did a timelapse. A pity that it had to be so compressed in order to fit 4chan's maximum size for webms.

>> No.16744042

you could've done a longer one with reduced resolution (stream is not in 16:9, it's not in 720p either, 640x480)
Also limit is 3MB

>> No.16744072

Yeah, I noticed a lot of problems with this one. I'll try to fix the resolution next time.

>> No.16744671

Didn't have to delete it ;_;

Didn't get to see it ;_;

>> No.16745516

It was bad in my opinion, so I decided to delete it. I probably got how to properly convert it and speed it up now, but I think I'll just be uploading them to Youtube or some other video site and linking here so that I don't have to lose a lot of quality in the process.

>> No.16747705
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the glistening of participation landing on the lens amplified by the dark blue of dawn

I will miss the stream

>> No.16749177

How poetic. In addition to this stream being missed I will also miss these kind of posts.

>> No.16749209
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I've finally got this to work properly. I also have 8 hours of recorded footage from today, so maybe I'll do something with that later.

>> No.16750745
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It started snowing lightly!

>> No.16750775

Looks like sleet from how wet the tracks and platform are

>> No.16750803

I said that now suddenly it's dropping like mad

>> No.16750862

Just checked and its stopped it seems ;_;

Thank you based anon.

>> No.16751274

That's spring snowfall for you.
The climate here is strikingly like where I live in the rockies, where you'll have picnic weather for a whole week then Sunday comes and you wake up to a blizzard only for every trace of it to be gone by the afternoon.

>> No.16751624

Did they just turn the lights out on that poor guy on the track? Rude.

>> No.16752775


That should be on June 18th, 2016 when JR East's Sendai Branch hosted the Last Run event for its remaining 485 train set


>> No.16752922

There is a really pretty snowfall right now in the station.

>> No.16752953
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The snowfall right now.

>> No.16753194
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Surprising that it's still snowing now.

>> No.16754010
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Wet camera :^)

>> No.16754437

The snow is so ephemeral ;_;

Thanks for capturing it.


>> No.16754545

Nice to see the snow coming back for one last hurrah, like it's trying to say hi to us.

The anticipation and the excitement surrounding the snowy season has always been one of the best parts of the stream.

>> No.16756444

its snowing very lightly right now

>> No.16757768
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>> No.16758109 [DELETED] 


Some hours from earlier this morning.

>> No.16758222

Some hours from earlier today.


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>> No.16767803

Here's a random list I saved back in 2010:
It's time to watch Japanese people live their lives on unsecured security cameras. It is currently 4:30pm in Tokyo, and lolis are squirming with boredom in the cram school.




Main Hall:




Noodle restaurant:

Convenience store:



Mahjong parlor:

Cram school cams:



>> No.16767809


Model thing:



Kitty cam:

Bunny cam:

Daycare / Elementary schools


Cram school


Information booth (with sound)


Tea house of sluts

>> No.16767818


Convenience/Grocerie Stores:

Manga shop



Other Animals

Majong parlor

Rest home


Barber shop



>> No.16767828

What a pity, none of those work anymore. The ones that aren't down are no longer unprotected.

>> No.16767830

Lists of more cameras

>> No.16767886

I've checked all of those links. Here are the ones that still work. Thank you for sharing these big lists, I had lost them. Just kinda sad that the cram school and noodle restaurant ones aren't working anymore, and that Aizu Wakamatsu will soon end up joining the most of those links as not working anymore.


>> No.16768078
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>> No.16770539

>It is currently 4:30pm in Tokyo, and lolis are squirming with boredom in the cram school.
On a Sunday?

>> No.16773043
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The station is really pretty right now!

>> No.16774391

Is there a way to crack those password required cams?

>> No.16774437

If they're implemented even semi competently, no.

If you have hours to waste, your best bet is to note the version of the software they're using and see if there are any public exploits.

>> No.16774502

Are you guys SURE it's a gone forever kind of thing? I don't get that vibe from the message.

>> No.16774873

Well how else do you interpret it?

>> No.16775241

Pretty much sure. The formality of it doesn't really make it seem like a message announcing anything like just a maintenance or something like it. The clearly announce they're ending their services. I still wonder why they would do that though.

>> No.16775481

Friday is it I think.

>> No.16776278

Can't believe I missed this.

Thank you for sharing.


>> No.16776286
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>> No.16776440

Is there a station stream that is an acceptable replacement?

>> No.16777435

I have about three hours from that point onward. I will encode and speed it up into 15 minutes and upload it.

>> No.16777462

Kanazawa Station https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-OtLnknOpQ

>> No.16777986

Here you go.

>> No.16777994

I wonder if there's another one on Tadami or Ban'etsu.
It'd be like we just took the train to a new home

>> No.16778869

Thank you so much based anon.

>> No.16778870

When does the stream die? I haven't been able to watch it for years on any device for some reason and I just want to see it one last time.

>> No.16778886


>Made a Countdown Timer ;_;

>> No.16778891

see >>16617837

I'll be recording the last two days of the stream non stop in case someone can't get some of the footage due to timezone not making it easy to watch the last minutes of the stream. Don't count on me, but I'll do what I can to catch those last moments. I also hope they'll do something in front of the camera just as a way to celebrate or acknowledge the viewers that kept up with them along the years.

>> No.16778954

That's so nice of you!

>> No.16780748

Can you read, anon?
>Here's a random list I saved back in 2010

>> No.16780808

I probably won't have the time to watch the last few days of the stream so thank you for this.

>> No.16780841
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Here's one I quite like, for those that don't know about it

Bessho-Onsen Station in Ueda, Nagano

More (non-train) cams at http://live.ueda.ne.jp/

>> No.16781697
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Thank you so much!

>> No.16782566

This one is a very very good find. Thank you!

>> No.16782693

This one is great. Good view of the trains and the scenery in the distance along with the sounds of the birds/animals and the occasional car, so relaxing.

>> No.16782720

Does the camera amplify sound, making the PA seem louder than it is? I'm wondering how they are allowed to blare at such volume so early in the morning and late at night. It's 6am in Japan now and they have been loudly making announcements for the past half hour. If that happened where I live, there would be an awful lot of residents complaining.

>> No.16782866

6am is a normal time to wake up in Japan.

>> No.16782946

what if it's just an elaborate April Fools' Day prank?

>> No.16783363

Between doing construction work in the night (starting at frigging 10pm) in Tokyo and blaring pointless announcements over the PA system at any hour of the day in smaller towns, the authorities in Japan give exactly zero fucks about their noise pollution.

>> No.16783503
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About two hours from yesterday night.

>> No.16783548
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This is how we look like over there.


>> No.16783552
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>> No.16783628

Cozy box.

>> No.16783802
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Light and clouds were all over the place this morning.

>> No.16783848
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This is a nice stream. I don't know if anyone was watching but earlier there was a guy down by the tracks he walked around picking a few things up.

Maybe picking up trash?

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What music is everyone listening to whilst watching g the last of this stream? I'm listening to Yui - Goodbye Days. It's just so fitting.

>> No.16784853

Is there some way to get a link for that link but similar to the non-Silverlight link that we have for Aizu so that that stream could be opened in VLC and recorded? I tried to enter the Youtube address but VLC wasn't able to receive the live feed.

>> No.16784885

You can use streamlink to pipe the stream to VLC, however the VLC 2.x (current stable) branch has trouble processing youtube streams correctly.

Use streamlink + VLC 3.0 beta nightly build or mplayer or any other players that work.

>> No.16784906

I've noticed more people taking photos of the camera the past few days. Seems even the Japs are sad the stream is going.

It's nice, but it's a bit too slow for me.

>> No.16785250

>I've noticed more people taking photos of the camera the past few days. Seems even the Japs are sad the stream is going.

Wow. Didn't notice this. Did you or any other kind anon get screenshots of this?

>> No.16786272

I sadly don't. It was mainly during the weekend, though I saw a few more people snapping with their phones during the weekday evening time as well. Maybe you can catch a few of them tomorrow evening.

>> No.16786395

Thank you, anon.

>> No.16787326

Is the dream almost over? I don't want it to end.

>> No.16787781

You can record the stream with youtube-dl but I don't know how to make segments

youtube-dl --no-part https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sswP80jHi4M

The actual stream link has your IP address and a number of unique identifiers attached to it so you shouldn't share it directly.

>> No.16787898
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Hours from today.

Tried with the current version of Streamlink but it didn't work, will perhaps try with older versions.

>> No.16788634

I wish to live in Aizu soo much! please help me out! how do you become successful with my 中途半端 style JPでも、助けておねがいたします!

>> No.16788930
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just under 24 hours to go...

It's a beautiful and calm evening as usual.

>> No.16789028
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What has this stream taught you about Japan /jp/?

>> No.16789038 [DELETED] 

Anyone else hear unusual sounds? Like someone walking up a creaky ladder and fiddling with a screwdriver on a plastic box? Or am I imagining things?

>> No.16789144

That Fukushima is not a radioactive wasteland. But that's about it.

>> No.16789502

That I want to go visit.

>> No.16789613
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>> No.16789637

Yeah, Aizuwakamatsu is way away from The Zone, like 150km with 2000ft of elevation in between, yet I clearly remember during the tsunami 6 years ago the stream went down for a couple of weeks.

>> No.16789640

What a cool guy.

>> No.16789769
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Well there we have it, the final night of the stream.

>Coming out at 11pm to say goodbye to the camera on it's last night.
He was a real rail otaku.

>> No.16790211


Oh wow. I thought I wouldn't be too sad over the closing of the stream and that it would be okay but now I am honestly depressed.

>> No.16790271

>6 years ago
Damn, doesn't seem like that long ago.

>> No.16790296

Still can't believe the stream is going down, it's been around for what feels like forever.

>> No.16790311
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Late response but this only makes my depression >>16790211 worse.

Its the new latest JR East luxury cruise train that they have been trialing and set to come into full service in May this year! Which means another thing we are gonna miss!





>> No.16790316

Forgot the English wikipedia link:


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See >>16790341

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>> No.16790492

What the fuck only 13 hours

>> No.16790506

Well if I understood >>16660103 correctly, it ends at 17:00 local time, so yes.

>> No.16790783
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5am. 12 hours to go, station is awake and already trains rolling in.

For me, a whole bunch of things:
Many stereotypes are true, Japanese are (generally) very orderly and tidy people, not a spot of litter, chewing gum or weed to be seen and I've saw no pushing and shoving in crowds.
The railwaymen do their job and act in a (mostly) professional way, often neatly dressed, politely bowing and getting on with their job.
Girls really do wear yukatas!
School children really do have long days, I often see them boarding trains or arriving at 6am!
Speaking of which, Japan does seem as safe as they say it is, no way would a single high-school girl be wandering by herself at 10pm where I live.
Japan is the land of the otaku, I've seen so many people take photos of the trains over the years, not just the special event trains like the steam train, but the humble commuter trains are popular as well. And while I haven't seen any cosplay characters walking down the platform, there have been a few mascots and characters on the trains.
Japan does not throw good stuff out. Ancient rust-buckets that people would complain about or outright avoid here are well used and even an attraction (see above). It seems Japan takes the "If it ain't broke" philosophy to heart.

A few things don't seem to be all that true, not from what I've seen in Aizu at least:
All Japanese salarymen working to 11pm is not entirely true. Yes, there are always many people, including school-children, who come in to the station late (10pm-ish) and I even see at least a dozen on the midnight train, but for the most part the biggest crowds, salarymen among them, seem to be between 4 and 6pm.
The Japanese people are not as publicly reserved as some would have you believe. I've often seen and heard naughty schoolboys mucking around, giggly schoolgirls and housewives gossiping loudly and excitedly, children and salarymen alike lively talking and laughing, especially during the weekends. But they are never raucous or crude, I've never seen rude people like bad drunks or people tossing cans onto the line, something that's a common sight at my local train and station.

Plus, there seems to be a button in a box at the side of the platform that conductors can push to play the departing music. I thought that was cool, I would be sooo tempted to Ding-Dong Dash.

>> No.16791135
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>there seems to be a button in a box at the side of the platform that conductors can push to play the departing music
In case somebody is curious, here is the departure melody, whose name is AIZUその名の情熱, or The Passion of that Name, Aizu.
And here's a place to download the sheet music of it.

>> No.16791143

Here is a collection of departure melodies from other stations. It makes me curious to think of all the other stations that go by everyday with their everyday ordinary events which we'll never see.

>> No.16791235

Fucking hell, I won't get back to Japan until next week. I wanted to visit the camera and pay my respects.

>> No.16791398

I am studying abroad in Kawasakishi and I have to commute from Musahsi Kosugi eki into Shibuya each day. It's an entirely different vibe than riding the train to New York; people are just minding their own business, and the trains are new and clean. In New York there's a hostile atmosphere and everything feels very grimy because there's no incentive to keep things clean. Even though my Japanese is not very good - hence why I am studying here - I was able to figure things out in time to catch the trains because everything is straightforward.
The morning rush gets pretty packed, the most I have ever seen on a train, but even then I don't feel too constricted because everyone at least makes some small effort to make way for one another, and gives up seats for elderly people or women. Yesterday I also saw my first geisha, which was neat but I try not to stare at people.
Getting back was much less crowded, and the loudest the train got was a young couple talking to one another. Travel is pretty cheap, too; it takes 400 yen for me to travel there and back. Whereas it can take upwards of 70 dollars for me to ride a slow train into the city back home.
I am very impressed, and amused by the fanfare around the train system. The screens on the JR shinkansen that I took from the airport were advertising a train related romantic drama on their train TV channel.

>> No.16791579

There's our unofficial (married) mascot!

>> No.16791649

Trains can't get married, Anon.

>> No.16792199

I'm going to miss this tune.

>> No.16792481
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Been looking through the other webcams for the first time in years. I've forgot how interesting the other webcams can be, even if most are randomly/weirdly placed. Just saw a cute girl try and stop her dog from jumping all over some random guy. I thought those cliches only happened in jdramas?!

It would be nice, if we do continue these threads, to make them a sort of "window on Japan" webcam thread. I regret not spending more time on the other cams now. It would have been interesting to see the castle or the parks filled with people during the weekends and national holidays.

>> No.16792619
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This is what I mean by the ancient locomotives being an attraction, 3 people taking photos of the train in this image alone.

>> No.16792783
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Rarther fond of them as well.

>> No.16792828

Final hour.

Compare the station now to near nine years ago, barely anything has changed.

Yet another example of "if it ain't broke" philosophy. If you keep things orderly and clean, you do not need to waste money on clean-ups and makeovers every five years.

>> No.16792836

Yeah I have the same regrets as well. It really was taking these things for granted for so long. Just don't appreciate these things until they are gone ;_; 100% agree on the continuation of these threads with other webcams. I detailed some earlier in the thread. Will repost later cause I'm on my phone and work blocks 4chan for some lame reason.

Final hour. So saddening but thank you all making our threads so comfy and a great place to hang out.

>> No.16792865

I do feel a bit sorry for it though. If I read wikipedia correctly, that is the Aizu line train and they still haven't fixed the line from the landslide 6 years ago.


loled at the little granny that did a little granny-run up the left platform only to realise she ran to the wrong train and tottered back round to the right platform.

>> No.16792889
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Was that our last departure on platform one. Oh this is really getting sad. we must keep our heads up Anons.

>> No.16792897

Likely is our last departure. But we may see an arrival or two still.

>> No.16792909
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I hope we do it would be nice. Although it would be rather poetic for it to end just as unceremoniously as how i 1st found it.

>> No.16792913


Last train coming in. Anyone know what train this is, where it came from, where it's going next?


Hold me ;_;

>> No.16792915

Surely it will be gone for a day, but then it will suddenly be back on with a new 1080p camera or something. Right, guys?

>> No.16792916

this is it lads

>> No.16792921

Respect, RIP jraizuasf.

>> No.16792922

The final stretch.

>> No.16792925

April fools!

>> No.16792927

VLC is dying so much I think the steam is dead every time.

>> No.16792930

Farewell little station. Maybe I'll get to see you in person someday.

>> No.16792931
File: 338 KB, 640x480, jr_aizu-00032.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

A guy taking one last picture.

>> No.16792933

I think I saw someone taking a photo of the camera oh wow.

Let's go together.

>> No.16792934
File: 378 KB, 640x480, jr_aizu-00035.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.16792935

Some people just waved at us!

>> No.16792937

I-is that you anon??
Bye bye!!!!

>> No.16792938
File: 370 KB, 640x480, jr_aizu-00039.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.16792939

> Finally got around to planning a journey to Aizu this summer
> Stream ends

Great timing.

>> No.16792943

It is after 17 and it is still on! A Japanese train not being on time? Surely that can't be true! We were all rused!

>> No.16792945
File: 111 KB, 853x616, Laurel and Hardy.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It's a goodbye from them...

>> No.16792949
File: 354 KB, 640x480, jr_aizu-00042.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

A kid almost fell over in the overtime.

>> No.16792956
File: 125 KB, 320x256, vlcsnap-error338.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Isn't every moment is so precious.

>> No.16792960

It is over.
It is down

>> No.16792964
File: 124 KB, 900x1200, C8Ozl-aUIAAWLAT.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Browsing on twittet and this is so meta

>> No.16792967
File: 63 KB, 745x568, Japanese bird saying goodbye.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.16792968

Press F to pay respects

>> No.16792970

Thank you for the years of service JR Aizu. Here's hoping we'll meet again one day.

>> No.16792971
File: 360 KB, 640x480, the last picture.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

This picture is the very last moment of the stream..

>> No.16792973
File: 380 KB, 640x480, vlcsnap-2015-12-01-12h04m04s873.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

That's it folks...........

>> No.16792974

>Your input can't be opened:
VLC is unable to open the MRL 'mms://center.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu?MSWMExt=.asf'. Check the log for details.

>> No.16792977

Aww its really gone :(

>> No.16792979
File: 585 KB, 833x629, sayonara-ogenki-de.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Well, there it is. It's over after so many years. I'm glad this thread was kept alive for all this time. Thanks, guys.

>> No.16792981

Oh there's still snow at Mt Aizu Komagatake

>> No.16792983
File: 489 KB, 854x620, final shot and departure.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Well that's it, meta twitter guy broke reality with his inception. Fitting the final shot is the departure of a train that been servicing the station since the beginning of the stream.

>> No.16792985

Thank you

>> No.16792986

Feeling so depressed now

>> No.16792989
File: 261 KB, 981x904, Untitled-2.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Hey, guys, it is not starting for some reason? Any idea why? Do I have to install something?


>> No.16792992
File: 1.17 MB, 850x1200, timeless.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It was nice we heard the departing jingle just before the stream stopped. Quite poetic.

>> No.16792993


>> No.16792995
File: 268 KB, 936x604, ih7.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

They said they would end the stream, and they actually did it. The absolute madmen. I miss it already.

>> No.16792996
File: 195 KB, 640x480, 014.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Seven years of watching the stream and it ends just like that. I'll miss it. ;_;

>> No.16792997
File: 369 KB, 640x480, vlcsnap-2015-06-29-12h51m45s034.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Remember to archive this thread.
お疲れ様 Aizu-Wakamatsu Station Camera-san !!!

>> No.16792998

Where does the time go? And I still haven't been there ;_;

>> No.16793007

Everyone is posting their screenshots. We need some where where we can all dump our screenshots together.

>> No.16793010

I recorded the last 2 hours or so. Hearing the jingle one last time made me sad.

>> No.16793012

Apparently there's snow in the forecast for Shibuya tomorrow.

>> No.16793015

Wow. Thanks for the heads up. Will watch the Shiba scramble crossing YouTube stream then.

>> No.16793016

I wonder what made them stop the stream? If it is server cost, surely setting up an account on YT like >>16780841 would save money?

>Hearing the jingle one last time made me sad.
I'm beginning to think that was deliberate on NTT's part, they are bound to know that the Aizu stream is the most popular and deliberately overran their specified end time in order to end the stream on a poetic note.

>> No.16793019
File: 995 KB, 839x624, last-dawn.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

These last 21 hours of stream amount to 7GB of video. Do you guys want this downloadable somewhere? I could upload this and the other 28GB from the last few days, but I have no idea where to do it.

>> No.16793020

Fuck I didn't hear the end jingle I don't think. When was it exactly?

>> No.16793021

I really doubt that. They already have the camera, so all else they need is internet. Even having their own server doesn't add much to that.

>> No.16793023

7gb holy

>> No.16793024

They let every account have 50GBs and you can make as many accounts using something such as http://10minutemail.com/

>> No.16793031

This is probably the longest Aizu thread we've had huh?

>> No.16793034
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>> No.16793037

Okay, I'll go to sleep and try that when I wake up. I'll also perhaps put some important moments like the last few minutes up on Youtube later. Thanks for being here guys, this thread was a blast along the years.

>> No.16793038

This is a bit of a blog post but since it's the final thread why not. Where is everyone from and how long have you been watching this and what years did it span? I'm from Australia so time zone is similar, watched almost 9 years from 19 to 28.

>> No.16793043

Seriously guys we need a new thread and other webcams to watch. Carry on the spirit.

>> No.16793065

From the US, and I have been watching since 2012. The stream was so relaxing especially in the winter. It was so nice seeing life go on outside my own, and helped me through some dire straits quite a few times. Whatever shit I was dealing with, the train would still be out there somewhere.

>> No.16793067
File: 116 KB, 799x450, bessyo.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


The best we have is http://live.ueda.ne.jp/, with a couple more links of Shibuya and the like from YT. The problem is, the station here is much slower and we can't really see much of the platform. But on the other hand, we are able to see a bit of the surrounding environment and the quality is better.

I think that, if we are continuing these threads, it should perhaps evolve into a more general web-cam thread. That way, we can search for a few more GOOD streams to keep the thread lively. For example, imagine
at New Year's Eve or festivals. A few, myself included, have expressed regret for not exploring the rest of the NTT webcams when we could, let's learn from that.

>> No.16793077
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>> No.16793083

Probably for 4 or 5 years, I am not sure myself.

>> No.16793088
File: 296 KB, 1367x768, shibuya.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It was literally a few seconds before that stream cut.

Surely you can upload the last 2 hours to YouTube? I often watch 2-hour long train journeys there.

The Shibuya one is quite nice actually. No sound, but it's a proper stream and 720p

>> No.16793093

Yeah I'm more in favor of the generalist approach to webcams as opposed to a single webcam. Because quite frankly and I've been exploring HEAPS of other jp webcams none of them are as good as this one. Also who knows, by doing this and sharing we may come across a webcams that is as good as Aizu. Or they revive Aizu in the future and if they do that let's be honest how many of us will know right away without a resource like these threads.

>> No.16793095

If you want, I can post my recording of the last 2 hours. It probably won't be as good as the other guy's, but it's something.

>> No.16793098

Yeah the Shibuya one really is nice. It may seem hectic during the day but it's surprisingly really quiet after midnight especially on weekdays.

>> No.16793100

What the hell man, i am already missing the background sound of the station;_;

>> No.16793102

I agree.

>> No.16793104

Yes please.

>> No.16793105

I just realised you were two separate posts, sorry. Yes, please do.

>> No.16793113


Here you go. Sorry it doesn't look too good. Had I known I would upload and share it, I would have tried to make it look more presentable.

>> No.16793115
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>> No.16793123
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The patter of the rain in Bessyo is quite soothing, I've been listening to the rain while staring at the colorful Shibuya stream in a daze until I heard the train again.

It seems to be about 15/20 minutes between trains at peak time. Not too bad. I'm happy with this being the successor of Aizu. Pity the departing "music" gives me a heart-attack every time though.

I found another train stream, but I think it's a bit too distant to be worth much. Can't tell if that is a Shinkansen at the platform though, might be worth it for that...

>> No.16793144

Can we reach 400?

>> No.16793150

I doubt it, there are too few posters in this thread.

>> No.16793156

Fuck! My sliverlight just crashed. I really didn't want to close that last frame ;_;

>> No.16793166
File: 100 KB, 857x478, E7-W7.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Can't tell if that is a Shinkansen at the platform though
It looks like a couple of E7 or W7 series, the station is a Shinkansen station anyway.

>> No.16793176
File: 56 KB, 801x450, night bessyo.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It's a bit dark at night.

>> No.16793186

Looks fine, thanks. How did you manage to keep recording the end for so long? The stream stopped for me just as the train was pulling out of the station, not when it was all the way down the track.

>> No.16793245

I'm confused as to what to call this new home, is it Bessyo as it is in the url, or is it Bessho as it seems to be everywhere else?

I can't make out what the lettering on the wall >>16793067 says

>> No.16793252

To me, it seems to read "Bessho Onsen Station". Looking it up on google and it appears to match

>> No.16793255
File: 90 KB, 800x600, 800px-Bessho-Onsen_Station_20120728.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Yeah, If I had just scrolled down the wiki I would have seen a big bloody picture telling me. Bessho it is.

>> No.16793260

>new home

I refuse to call this place new home. Too soon and too strange.

>> No.16793264

Not sure, seems like it ended at different points for everyone though.

>> No.16793272

Try the hot-springs anon, they may help you calm down.

>> No.16793293

Both are merely different renderings in roman characters. The most common way to romanize this syllable is "sho" so might as well use that.

>> No.16793320
File: 112 KB, 800x619, Tokyu 7200 series.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It has quaint trains, like an American art-deco golden-age style carriage.

>> No.16793400
File: 603 KB, 1050x2200, jp moving homes.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I was curious...

>> No.16793420

Crap. I'm on my phone so I somehow quoted OP. Meant to quote >>16793245 regarding the new home part.

>> No.16793422

Ignoring the part where you predetermined this to be the new home, this kinda cute and romantic in a way.

>> No.16793429

400 get

>> No.16793437
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>> No.16793439


Here are the last 15 minutes of the stream. You can see the two guys waving to the camera, but I imagine that because of latency in the stream I couldn't get the last departure melody at the very end.

>> No.16793490

>Ignoring the part where you predetermined this to be the new home
I'm just messing with >>16793260, I'm more in favour of having a few different streams. But the main stream should be a station in homage to Aizu.

>> No.16793930


>> No.16793985

I live in Aizuwakamatsu. Wanted to catch the last moments of the camera, but I was running errands and didn't have time.


By all means, get yourselves over here. Though I recommend sometime in late August, when they have the Aizu Matsuri and resulting historical reenactment.

>> No.16793994

Are you a local? How long have you been living there what do you do? But yeah what other things do you recommend around the area?

>> No.16794069

Don't want to blow my anonymity, but I've been here for about a year as of last week. You might be able to deduct who I am based on a certain institution in Aizu.

As for tourism, I've stayed in two different onsen resorts, one in Higashiyama, the other in Ashinomaki. Full-blown Japanese-style inns. I recommend at least one night. (maybe only one, because, they usually start at $140/person/night, plus booze)

Haven't had time to stop everywhere, but if you have access to a car or don't mind trekking it a bit, there's Ouchijuku in Minamiaizu. I've also been to Iimoriyama. Haven't actually been in Tsuruga-jo yet, but I've been on the grounds, and there's a prefectural museum next door. There's also plenty of shops and relics in the city center, especially around Nanukmachi. Enough to do here for about a two night stay.

Also, >>16793985
I meant late September.

>> No.16794100

feel so empty right now.

>> No.16794158

I don't like the new station at all, you can hardly see anything at night.

>> No.16794241
File: 160 KB, 937x729, mango house.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>at night

Okinawa it still alive at midnight, even with bad weather


>> No.16794425
File: 497 KB, 1082x1790, google rec.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Tokyo's faster, even with the delays.

>> No.16794458

You could hardly see anything at night in Aizu either, once the lights were off. But I think that's why some are saying we should have a webcam general with a few other high quality streams, watch the station by day, Shibuya by night or something.

>> No.16794495


Short (under 10 minutes) timelapse from earlier in the year. In real time it's around 4 hours 40 minutes

Timestamp is EST so it's 14 hours behind Japan time I believe.

>> No.16794672

I should ask before I never get the chance again, is there any footage of the Aizu camera shaking during an earthquake? It has bound to have felt the March 2011 quake.

>> No.16794869

The glare is crazy on that cam unfortunately.

>> No.16794957

Man planning routes like this really makes me want to travel (in Japan with a couple of /jp/sies).

>> No.16795029

How many other online places do you think knows about this station and has a following like us here.

>> No.16795037

The camera went down / offline for a couple of weeks because of the 311 quake. But I've searched on YT as well as general lurking I don't ever seem to have come across actual live footage of the camera during the quake. Plus our following here was no where as big as it was in 2011.

>> No.16795049

Here is the 311 quake at Fukushima Station.


>> No.16795590

It was followed on rail boards on 2ch but I haven't checked those in a decade. Given how many people dropped by to wave at the camera on the last day, I guess there was still a sizable following there.

>> No.16795607
File: 29 KB, 797x449, snow.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I will admit the new station does look quite nice in the snow and twilight, light a painting of a country station.

>> No.16795613

I did a control f for 会津 on the rail boards (they have 5 apparently, don't think I checked on all 5 because one or two of them didn't sound like it would host such content) on 2ch a couple of days ago and other than some mentions I couldn't find a sizable following as such.

>Given how many people dropped by to wave at the camera on the last day
Were there many? I know there two just before the camera died. Also I was checking on twitter (when I found the meta photo above) to see whether there was any following for this and in particular the people who showed up at the camera. I don't think I saw anything from the two and there was a nice niche following but nothing too big.

>> No.16795615

To be fair alot of things look great in snow and twilight.

>> No.16795642

Yeah, but you know what I mean, you have an actual image of a whole station in snow rather than just the tracks. We will of course have to see if actual falling snow will be as pretty as the Aizu webms above. Might be funny to see someone fall on their ass down the steps...

>> No.16795653

The trains look like they are having a fun time dancing.

>> No.16795664
File: 1.23 MB, 1188x674, snowy morning.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>> No.16795702

Did the lights come on or did it get really bright in 11 minutes?

>> No.16795710
File: 1.39 MB, 1188x673, itgotbright.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

it got bright really fast.

>> No.16795719


I was just thinking that myself, the sun rises really quickly in the Land of the Rising Sun.

>> No.16795735

About the snow, spring is coming.

Although speaking of which its Sakura season soon.

I had a list of Sakura season viewing webcams and I even made a thread about it a few years ago but no one was interested I think ;_;




>> No.16795740

Huh, so /jp/ might have been the last aizuwakamatsu community, that's kinda interesting.

>> No.16795759


Seeing the sunrise and the change in lighting colour is one of the beautiful things about streams. I avoid the sun in real life.

>> No.16795771

There was another (Western English speaking) image board I think that had Aizu Wakamatsu threads. I visited a year or ago but I cannot remember it. It was /r9k/-ish in nature that board was. Also back then it was mainly one anon it seemed that was really bumping the thread with updates and here would be casual / regular visitors to it.

>> No.16795788
File: 1.53 MB, 1191x672, train.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

A train is pulling in.

>> No.16795793

It seemed so I think but I'm happy if you or any other anon would like to check.

>General Rail
>Rail Lines & Vehicles
>Rail Nostalgia
>Model Railroading
(link not working?)
>Foreign Rail

>> No.16795802

A new beginning.

>> No.16795808


Odori Park in Hokkaido Sapporo

>> No.16795816

So whats been decided in relation to new threads? We are having new threads right? For the love of God please.

And if it is gonna be a general we could use /Aizu/ as a homage to the original station.

>> No.16795817

It would be interesting to have thread themes if this thread does expand web-cameras, eg. a sakura thread for the blossoms, golden week thread with park cameras, new years thread with temple cameras, etc.

Does the entire country get up at 5.30am even on Saturdays?! Even Aizu had trains coming in at ridiculous hours of the morning.

>> No.16795829
File: 1.05 MB, 1134x1104, Zoni.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Does the entire country get up at 5.30am even on Saturdays?! Even Aizu had trains coming in at ridiculous hours of the morning.

To be fair its 5:30am and I think most metros / train systems run at this time in general in alot of places around the world. Its certainly the case in Australia here.

>> No.16795835

Are they streaming this?


>> No.16795855

If we are still discussing what to do with these threads, I personally don't want there to be dozens of crappy streams being thrown everywhere all the time, it would dilute the quality of these threads I think. I would prefer for there to be just a few high-quality streams. The occasional thread theme does sound nice though.

>> No.16795856

>new years thread with temple cameras
Thats what I did this NY:



It was absolutely packed.

>> No.16795866

Not where I live in the UK, earliest train is 6.40 am weekdays only, which usually departs at 6.45.

>> No.16795879
File: 129 KB, 687x1024, 8a923c8d983798181d40e35afb9dbabf78bc6cf7_hq.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

So does anyone know when the Aizuwakamatsu Station camera actually started running?

Seems like its ran for more than a decade.

>> No.16795882
File: 653 KB, 1280x720, 1.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Youtube-dl kinda works for recording.

>> No.16795917
File: 267 KB, 957x510, 3958fu3n4f5.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It ran for 14 years. It started in the 15th year of the Heisei era, as it says on the website, in April.

>> No.16796199

Being 28 and born in 平成元年 I thought for a second that we would have one more year streaming. But I always have to add one to my age to get the current year of the imperial calendar.

>> No.16796380
File: 443 KB, 1176x554, i34y5c3i4htnc34t.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

So, all the footage I have is 28 GB. It would take some days of uploading to get this into Mega. Is anyone honestly interested in having these as they are? I could upload some of them as sped up time lapses in Youtube as well.

>> No.16796391

Yes and Yes.
Is your internet that slow? Even so, I would like to see it happen.

>> No.16796404

so is there any way to get an mmsh link from this like the aizu-wakamatsu station or are we limited to youtube? not really sure how to use ffmpeg there

>> No.16796408

Yes. Not so much my internet, but what I guess is the limit upload speed of Mega for free accounts. It was going at 200Kbps, which would really mean days to upload all of it.

>> No.16796431

You can try downloading their program. Mind you it is suppose to be a cloudish site, so you will be made to select a folder that will get uploaded, but it should be faster.
From time to time (when they have more traffic, supposedly), they limit free download size (not upload), but that can be easily ignored with a program like MegaDownloader (you can download at 5mb/s with it).

>> No.16796550

It should be possible to use ffmpeg since youtube-dl is just a wrapper for it but I'm not sure how. I've tried using the link directly and it doesn't allow ffmpeg to work. The stream link is personally linked to your IP address/locality so sharing it may not work and it wouldn't really be desirable anyway.

>> No.16796630
File: 530 KB, 651x498, 20170219_0819am.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Now that the stream ended, I'll be taking my leave from the site again. Have fun with the new station guys, hope you guys keep the thread alive.

>> No.16796964

I spent years with this stream. I have a hard time believing that it's actually gone. So many beautiful dawns. Snow, rain, and sunny summer days. There is a certain emptiness to letting the stream go.

I want to start a commemorative thread where we can dump what has been recorded and saved over time. Once this thread goes, I will get it started

>> No.16797474
File: 499 KB, 640x480, n-jraizu_MSWMExt=.asf_snapshot_01.32_[2014.09.18_13.11.19].png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Seriously guys , i will miss you all.

>> No.16798262

Fuck, is it really over? ;_;

>> No.16798314

Yes. No rush. Just upload some and there whenever you have a moment.

>> No.16798324

Well time to work out how to use youtube-dl I suppose?

>> No.16798327

Sad to hear that anon. Hope you decide to return soon.

>> No.16798329

Are those flower beds on the far left, on what looks like a decommissioned platform?

>> No.16798373

Why is everyone like this? I seriously hope we have new threads for other webcams.

>> No.16798376
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Did I just see some guy get off the train, take a photo of the station, then get back on the train again? Is he from /jp/?

>> No.16798392

Rail otakus are real. There was a graph showing the power level of otakus and rail ones were constantly the highest.

>> No.16798436

I think some people just watched the stream purely for the trains, which are much fewer here. I personally watched it more for the SoL. To me, Aizu was a SoL of a city station, now we simply are simply watching a SoL of a country/suburb station. I'm quite happy with the new station, even if it is slow compared to Aizu. It's somehow peaceful and the background scenery keeps it interesting. We do need another stream for night time though. Shibuya maybe?

>> No.16798441

I'm waiting for people to suggest guidelines and other webcams for an OP, otherwise the thread could be easily ruined with shitty streams. Something like using the Aizu stream as a base guideline: must be from Japan, interesting, minimum 480p, constant stream (none of those 2-frame-per-second streams), with ambient sound preferred.

>> No.16799547

Your input can't be opened:
VLC is unable to open the MRL 'mmsh://center3.ntt-fukushima.com/n-jraizu?MSWMExt=.asf'. Check the log for details.

But guys, it is not the April First in Japan any more.

>> No.16799996

>Something like using the Aizu stream as a base guideline: must be from Japan, interesting, minimum 480p, constant stream (none of those 2-frame-per-second streams), with ambient sound preferred.
I think these guidelines are actually quite solid.

Only thing I can think to add is "visible" during night and not complete blackout being preferable.

>> No.16800032

>14430 yen
Thats pretty expensive.

>> No.16801596

I think the Shibuya camera should be the one of, if not the main focus of the new thread.


Its just so vibrant and has the most things happening, good quality, 24/7 always lit and only bad thing is no sound.

>> No.16802041

There's no train there though.

>> No.16803527

Please take me with you.

>> No.16803826

As we have been discussing above, some people regretted not watching the other cameras on the old stream service that Aizu was on, so we are trying to expand the thread to more of a "Window on Japan" thread than just "Window on a Train Station". The train station will still be the main focus I think, but we need a couple more streams just to keep the thread interesting, especially at night when the station camera is pitch black.

My suggestions are the other cameras on the same streaming site as the new station, there's one of a japanese grandpa cooking mochi or something, and if you want another train stream, the only other one I can see is
but I think the quality is a bit too poor. Do you know of any other high-quality train station streams?

I've also found this
But I haven't had time to go through it yet to find a camera that meets the quality of >>16798441

>> No.16803927

found another one:


it was linked here, among other dead links:


you should send an e-mail to these guys:


>> No.16804257

Potential stations, but currently too dark to see
All the rest were poor quality or dead. As I said, it's too dark to see much at these stations (Damn my time-zone), so I do think we need something else for night time.

This one is interesting for its night-vision, but it's a bit too slow.
Tokyo, Shinagawa (2)

None of them have sound, which is a pity. Bessho does seem to be the best camera so far, apart from at night.

>> No.16804631

>"Window on Japan"
I like this idea.

>> No.16804694

The stream Aizu was part of was called Window on Fukushima, a sort of homage I suppose.

>> No.16804767

Wait what, you can control the camera?

>> No.16804781

Wow, you can! This could be fun!

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