One of the funniest things I’ve ever seen! I laugh every time! Alex is brilliant and soooooooo funny — before he gets really serious as the barge nears the hotel — where the globalists are scheming their one-world government machinations, during Bilderberg 2013. Empowering!
A highlight is Alex saluting the protesters from the barge, and then seeing their reaction from video shot within the protest pen! Really cool, and GREAT VIBES!!! This is FREE———-DOM!!!!!!! A historic moment for liberty! My original Ustream post is here.
Alex with convincing, thick British accent, proclaiming to the boats passing by — transcribed by Jeff Fenske:
“Greetings, people of England, I am General Zod, and I represent the Bilderberg Group. I am here to tell you that it’s strictly that I saw royal swan. You will not even think about eating it. All royal swans are for Her Majesty. And I believe that is completely reasonable at every single level.
So again, the Queen is here; the Queen is here. She’s come to pick her swan. Then she will soufflé it for the Bilderberg group, meeting right up the canal from you. Again, when you see the Queen of virtue eyes, fall to the ground and begin worshiping her. …
Oh you’re so good. Oh you’re so great!”
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REALLY GOOD starting at minute-16![youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fp7sW9iwcE]Bilderbarge 2013 Ustream Compilation – Full Uncut Enhanced Multi-Sync
Published on Jul 24, 2013
The boat ride at the Bilderberg 2013 protest – full and uncut, synced and enhanced.
Mute one of the speakers if you want to hear sounds for other sources more clearer. (channel specific)
Select “Original” for higher bitrate than 1080p does. As best as it gets on youtube, but I think with original it should be enough bitrate to get almost all of the quality across.
ID : 2
Format : VC-1
Format profile : Advanced@L4
Codec ID : WVC1
Codec ID/Hint : Microsoft
Description of the codec : Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile
Duration : 1h 5mn
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 12.6 Mbps
Width : 2 048 pixels
Height : 1 152 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 30.000 fps
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
Compression mode : Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.178
Stream size : 5.77 GiB (98%)
ID : 1
Format : WMA
Format profile : Pro
Codec ID : 162
Codec ID/Info : Windows Media Audio
Description of the codec : Windows Media Audio 10 Professional – 192 kbps, 48 kHz, 2 channel 24 bit (A/V) 1-pass CBR
Duration : 1h 5mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 24 bits
Stream size : 90.2 MiB (1%)
Actual sources are ofcourse much lower in quality obviously. All this was done to ensure the quality that is there would be preserved.
I could have fit these both vids on a 720p resolution, but the stupid youtube processing bases it’s quality(bitrate) on resolution and length, a total fail. Although not with all codecs.
The AVC/MP4 encoding is the buggiest for YT, priority is heavily on lenght, i tested it ofcourse, a 45 sec clip created only 480p, this does not happen with high-bitrate WMV or lossless x264. Anyways the 1152p trick is to get (in test case) +25% the bitrate of 1080p which makes quite a difference.
All those webshit tutorials about “best youtube render settings”, the search engine pops them up all the time, all wrong.
Unfortunately the end result is not as good as hoped in terms of bitrate, test uploads yielded 4 thousand in 1080p and 6 thousand in Original.
The Original in here is a mere 500 kbps higher than 1080p with 3200 K
1080p is 1.6 GB and 1152p is 1,8 GB … quite a disappointment at first.
However, still the quality is much much better than what I ended up when I rendered straight to AVC/MP4, upon looking a bit more, looks like some VBR magic kicked in and it looks as good, so I guess it was well worth all the extra work.
UPD: Youtube removed “original” quality selector, bunch of BS.