If you do not know him, he is a species of artistemus, better known as artist. He seems to be human although he has rare features such as great drawing and animating. He is a full-time animator and illustrator and also devotes his time to create tutorials about art. In the following fotograph we can see his standard outlook, but he also has a tendency to wear hoodies.
This wonderful creature has accepted and accomplished the challenge of creating a full animation, start to finish, in the lapse of 12 hours (12 hours, 45 min. and 38 sec. to be exact). He streamed in his Twitch channel and now I, Squiel, publish the full video for your enjoyment.
Now you may wonder how I downloaded such a long video from Twitch, well, it wasn’t easy, I have to paid thieves and even sell a portion of my piteous soul. After that, I was granted the entrance to this forum where they explain how you can do it. However, I do not recommend the use of Fjoiner, it didn’t work for me. I do recommend using this procedure. Do not worry, I translated it for you:
- Create a folder and place inside only the files which form the video (all the parts)
- Rename the extension .tsv to .ts keeping the same name of the files. (e.g.: Jazza1.tsv—>>Jazza1.ts)
- Open the program Notepad (start menu+r and write notepad, hit enter) and in it we write copy /b *.ts Jazza.ts
- Save the file in the same folder where the .ts files are waiting to be united and become one.
- Rename the .txt we created, change the extension from .txt to .bat (e.g.: Jazza.txt—->Jazza.bat)
- Open the Jazza.bat file and wait until it finishes.
- After the process has finished, you’ll find a file called Jazza (or whatever you wrote) which will be the joined piece in one only file.
Nonetheless, I have done this hard work and now you can download the finished piece below. (This method works for any video in Twitch, but it splits the video in files of 22 MB, so there are a ton of files, I recommend using the downloading software Jdownloader)
- Resolution: 1280*720
- Audio bitrate: 143Kbps
- Server to download: Mega
- Length: 12 hours, 45 min. and 38 sec.
- Size: 1.60 GB
- Size: 1.729.015.808 bytes (a lot)
The video is divided into 3 parts, two of 650 MB and the third one of 179 MB. Use a software like Winrar, 7zip or similar to join them.
I wrote this funny piece (funny in many senses) to try to help him share his work. He couldn’t upload it to Youtube or other websites because of the length of the video. But now you can watch the full stream (after downloading it and several hours have passed) in your computer. I must wait until holidays to watch it in one row.
Here are the full animation and the time-lapse versions of the creation process.
This is it for now, thank you for joining me and until next time! See you later.