The sound and video are both messed up by EMPs and when the EMPs happen tells us when nukes were detonated. The underground nuke took about 12 seconds to work through a lot of rock so you see an EMP about 12 seconds before the North Tower was vaporized to an ultra fine dust. There is a smaller EMP right when the North Tower appears to fall and I have to say appears to fall because if it fell it did not leave very much debris were it stood. wtcdata.nist.gov has named the video WCBS Dub4 23.avi And others have seen an EMP in this video as proven by the comments at: WTC1 collapse, WCBS Dub4 23.avi http://youtu.be/Jxpc6DBHeFA?t=3m30s
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This video shows how to use the Dolphin Browser to play youtube videos in a floating window but it uses the video player on the Android device and if that video player can not play videos in a floating window then the Dolphin Browser will not be able to either
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The case failed my test when it made a bad camera tripod because the case blocked part of the video. And the left and right microphones are backwards from other phones which prompted me to post the following: https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-XA2-Ultra/The-Stereo-microphones-are-backwards/td-p/1312552 BTW I used the Samsung Movie Maker to put two videos together before I uploaded this video to YouTube.
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The way I preformed this comparison was to use IP Webcam Pro on both the S7 and the XA2 Ultra and then have them use the WiFi from a third phone that records the video from tinyCam PRO. tinyCam PRO has a built in Web server that would let me put both those videos on the Internet in real time but if I use Fwd: the port forwarding app instead of tinyCam PRO then not only can I get both those videos to the Internet in real time but viewers can also hear the audio with the video and if I let them people on the Internet could even talk back to me. There now you have it, three of my favorite programs for Android.
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I could not believe I found a way around the super slow data after I finally hit my data limit. What I did above is use a 3G phone with an AT&T SIM card and found out it was running as fast as ever so I turned it into a Hotspot and now I can use my slowed down service to watch YouTube videos again.
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Microphone testing and I might have had the volume up too far.
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This trick to move the audio in an iPhone screen recording to YouTube needs the iCloud and a PC. And it was used to get this very iPhone Screen Recording to YouTube. http://WhyIhateApple.com But I just learned an even better trick and that is to save a short video from the camera right before I do another screen recording and then that screen recording will play in iMovie and it even plays audio if you send it to an android phone.
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While 3G is slow on Verizon or Sprint because they only run about 1.5 Mbps 3G on AT&T or T-mobile is not as bad because it can run from 6 Mbps to 10 Mbps. And what I'm getting at would you rather be slowed down to .11 Mbps by AT&T or voluntarily run at 3G and only gets slowed down to 6 Mbps?
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1. On iPhone make it a WiFi hotspot. 2. On Android connect to the iPhone hotspot. 3. On Android run AirReceiver 4. On iPhone setup screen mirroring to go to the Android 5. On Android run Screen Stream Mirroring Pro 6. On Android start recording. 7. On Android stop recording. 8. On Android run YouTube. 9. On Android upload video to YouTube.
Sound at: https://youtu.be/am_Ph3kmZlQ More at: http://WhyIhateApple.com
My first 4K video was shot from a 1991 Indigo blue Mercury Capri that was a lot of fun to drive and ended up being totaled out 2/20/18. This video happens to show both pop-up headlights and my second 4k video taken from this car only shows one of the two headlights.
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This new to me cat has been treading in new areas and one of them is my room. It didn't like my alarm clock and after hearing it my new cat walked away from me twice and kept a distance too. Then after getting it's trust again it stormed out of my room when it heard a barking dog in a cat video. Now after a while where the cat kept a distance it finally jumped back on my bed and made itself at home again.
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With Android 6 and the Samsung browser you can Save youtube videos. The steps before this video include: 1. Select Samsung Browser 2. Go to Youtube.com with the Samsung browser. 3. When the Samsung Browser tries to get you to use the youtube application press CANCEL and it should continue playing the youtube video in the Samsung browser. ------------------------ On the screen where it shows "Save Video" you will also see the option to play the youtube video in a pop up window and that is miles better than the pop-up in the youtube application because you can watch the youtube video with nearly anything in the background.
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IMPORTANT: Because Apple still has a bug with the audio in IOS screen recordings the above video is actually an IOS screen recording of an IOS screen recording and that is one of the stunts Apple makes you perform if you want the audio from the first screen recording sent to YouTube. BTW I learned when I first started using the IOS screen recorder that if I wanted to end the video without displaying "Stop" all I had to do was tap the power button. But Apple decided to edit the "Stop" out of your videos on it's own and now it will turn off recordings way before you press "Stop" And Apple still sucks with the things I list at" http://WhyIhateApple.com
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For those of you who have messed with the screen recording feature in IOS 11 you have probably learned that the audio might disappear if you send that video to an Android phone or upload it to YouTube. Well, I found a fix for the problem by accident and I've tested it and this trick seems to work just fine on my iPhone SE as proven by the fact the above video has audio. The trick I use to get audio to youtube is to save a 4 second video from my camera right before any screen recording and then if I doubt it worked I can either send it to an Android phone or use iMovie to see if it has audio. FYI on a iPod I ended up using the Screen Record of a Screen Recording to get the audio to YouTube but once in a while the above works on an iPod too.
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