Hello Hypothetical viewers, my previous release was a success, though not very shared, which is to expect from a documentary. Anyway I wanted to keep a good version of this movie as well and didn’t find a good enough version. So I thought to make yet another release. Enjoy & Seed!
Hello Hypothetical readers, I’d like to share with you my first re-encode release.
This is an great documentary series, about the South Pacific and its many islands, seas, wild-life, native-life, and awesome features. I want to keep this series in HD quality, but the size was overtaking too much, so I’ve decided to take on the newer x265 format, achieving really smaller file sizes while keeping its amazing high quality.
Hello Hypothetical readers, Long time no see.
Sorry for the long silence and never fulfilled promises of writing posts, I guess my ADD caught up with me.
Yesteryear I was full of deadlines on works and stuff to study as my school semester was coming to an end, and I’m glad to say I’ve passed all of the courses. Not that it was all that hard stuff, but mostly boring not exciting study, that comes hard for me to study.
Hey Hypothetical Viewers, during the makes of my last video I had to inquire about the in-game soundtrack on KSP. Don’t know if you noticed but they’re mostly sped up, ye, I’ll be turning music off on my next recording.
Anyway, on this quest I’ve found about Kevin Macleod, composer for most songs (if not all) on KSP. And turns out This dude achieved an amazing goal, by composing hundreds of songs and making them all royalty-free1.
Hello Hypothetical readers, time for some updates on the program so far.
Squad released the new 0.25 update, and with it a lot of cool new features, most notably the new strategy system and integration of the awesome spaceplane plus parts. Filling a long overdue lack of better design choices for planes.
Unfortunately, this also means that I had to fiddle and search around for the various updates on mods, checking on compatibility and issues. Fortunately, I was also able to keep a safe backup where everything was working.
I’ve also delved into some different and very interesting mods, I’ve been checking out B9 and its sexy ships for quite some time, and finally decided to try it out, and its awesome!
But all of this goodness will only be revealed next time, for now lets check out on this week’s missions. Oh and I’ve also forgot on my last post, to add this little gif animation of a probe rapidly approaching Kerbin returning from a fly-by free return trajectory from the Mun, quoting Tom Hanks on Apollo 13, “the world is getting awfully big in the window”.
In this post I’ll share with you, hypothetical readers, the progress of our Unmanned Program.
With the new Stayputnik probe core, we are now able to completely control vessels remotely, this of course, implicitly means some advantages. First off, the safety of not exposing our crew to the dangers of space travel, the probes will be able to explore further without the need of resources kerbonauts need, also to test out transfer trajectories, collect science data and scan remote planets.
There are some difficulties too, to send commands and remotely control probes will need a connection with the KSC, either directly or relayed by other antennas. This means all sort of complications could arise in practice, everything has to be carefully planned ahead of time with plenty margin for error.