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Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace.

Camera List & Guides: https://trainstream.github.io

湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:
http://www.shimogo-live.jp/
rtmp://114.160.7.45/livepkgr/live-cam003

Previous threads:
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>>19540436
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Finally a good thread. Any new cams around?
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>>20242831
Check list.
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Those fall leaves are amazing
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>>20242831
Non train, goes down occasionally, but this is pretty comfy: youtube GHmrq9G8mWc
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>>20246526
Right, I remember this one, people used it to monitor the storm and the sort.
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foggy morning
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>>20250045
Cute.
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>>20252891
Yes, it's interesting though how even when it is very foggy in the background it is never quite as bad at the station.
Only seen it fog up completely once, could barely make out shape of the station building.
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>>20252991
>>20252891
Fog is an illusion.
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Made the last tight transfer. 13:55 JST!
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>>20253991
enjoy the ride anon
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some folks showing up
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>>20254509
nice hat
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>>20254518
punk kid
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>>20254521
got ya :)
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>>20254525
enjoy anon
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>>20254525
>>20254538
Thanks! On to Aizu-Wakamatsu next
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>>20254509
>>20254518
>>20254521
>>20254525
>>20254538
Shit, I forgot about this. You can't tell from the pictures it is a gaijin, though. Maybe the recording anon has recording him or that's you anyway.
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>>20250045
Fucking animal. What specimen is this??
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>>20255671
If there's a video I'd be willing to bet you could tell by my bearing but yes, camera guy is me. I explored around YOS for about two hours, weather was perfect. Aizu-Wakamatsu though was surreal, seeing the real platform, the signs and recognizing the uniforms the girls were wearing. I was incredibly impressed by the feel of the town, too. Not often that something like that lives up to the imagination. Hopefully the pictures turn out well, not many from AW since it was dark by then, though.
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>>20256458
Come on anon, not going during a school day so you can watch a normal morning IN PERSON!
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>>20256458
Go to 6:11 and set it to .25 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g_PHHZGMEE&t=372

Anon comes into picture(all black with grey undershirt) and then leaves frame. Would you be so kind to share what it looks like from the platform looking up at the camera?
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>>20258591
You'll hopefully get something better when I get the film. In the video you can see me fiddle around with it since it wouldn't cycle for some reason. Thanks so much for the video
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>>20261067
Ah, so that is why you sit down and fiddle with it. I thought you took two different pictures. The more you know I guess.
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Forgot the picture. Here's from across the track by the footbath
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>>20261681
And your home
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>>20261671
>>20261676
>>20261681
>>20261683
This is surreal to look at.
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>>20261671
I need to go there one day. Get some decent photos.

Winter trip, maybe?
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>>20261671
>>20261676
>>20261681
>>20261683
Thanks for those
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>>20261067
can't wait until it's done
are you going to post it here or in the photo thread?
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>>20264423
1 frame a second?
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>>20264960
Seems to be about right, best i have seen from that camera is 2-3 fps but that may have been after buffering.
It's an older Panasonic IP camera so i guess shouldn't expect too much.
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Sometime in 2019 this thread should become the Yunokami-Onsen thread. I think we've mourned the death of the Aizu-Wakamatsu stream enough. There's little point in using its corpse as a mascot.
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i love my station
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>>20265212
True. But we should also keep the "Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace."
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>>20264497
Yeah anon, will you at least post here when you post in the photo thread?
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>>20265212
Agreed. Remember to keep Aizu in memory by posting from your collection every so often.
I've gathered quite a bit over the years.
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Looks like work is being done on the crossing.
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>>20265212
watcher since 2010 here
this will always be my station, but the city and the station aizuwakamatsu live on still. no need to drop the name
Uphold the pledge to make the pilgrimage there one day
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>>20269444
that is one beautiful train
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>>20270562
If I remember right, none of the Aizu liners are running any more
Here's a shot of my good old friend Big Red.
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>>20269444
>no need to drop the name
this rebuttal was a lot more dismissive than I meant it to be
I agree with taking it out of the title, I just don't want to see the history of the community die. Just a tradition to uphold as a side note in the OP post like >>20267284 at least until nobody is around any more to remember or care
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Waiting for my train...
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>>20272877
Where about is this?
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>>20270591
I think it's the same one, but without the Aizu paint job
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>>20273004
>>20273013
What are these from? Love that PSX style
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>>20273035
Those in special are from Densha de Go Professional. It's got lines from all over Japan.
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>>20272972
It's susenji station, I'm going to tenjin to get some drinks.
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>>20273294
Fukuoka huh? I've gotta go south next time I'm here
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>>20273328
I come here every year since 2006
Looove Fukuoka!
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I have a bunch of videos from the Aizu-Wakamatsu station cam from around a year ago.

https://mega.nz/#!c8FzRCTb!6U0XKC8EdZNcBcudcurf190TqfeqUC_4Y4nJtye-KWI

https://mega.nz/#!dhUDSaqT!3RJn6Dx2TRHRuM8uP2Uj81n6BZnUkc4qrR6fdt40VYM

https://mega.nz/#!ZkcDXADJ!GIK8ODPGslZ4rQ4IhzleMuhjQbsYt4R8R45SX5XM7Mk

https://mega.nz/#!cpEHFAjB!CEFazFULlP7DezntTqVgcYtxmAj9o-bEiuiLFIL3MIE

https://mega.nz/#!1tcHxYwZ!PlRlU392CeOPVjbNrmFCxKjWxaJw3vo2t2pJYtmgPV8

https://mega.nz/#!shEXWKhT!otVlZhe-jMYLTNoZw3MZTitRyn3lxcJmNXWYgZ2_dZg

Should have somewhere around 30 hours worth of video. The video clips are all of the same day(s) but there were interruptions which broke them up.
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>>20275080
missed one
https://mega.nz/#!5oFljQaT!3iRVDn-S-AIWhTWQgWtCM-NWRCJEN3Q7BZmFJdQycp0
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Dunno where this is, just showed up in my timeline. God damn though.
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>>20275809
Well I found it, it's the Hakubi line out of Okayama city.
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>>20275080
>>20275229
Thank you for these, i had just started watching it when it got taken down so i never had any recordings from Aizu.
I just wish i had found it much earlier, i have been watching Japanese streams and IP cameras for so long and now afterward i can not understand how i managed to miss it.

>>20275809
Beautiful shot
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>>20276229
Sorry to be that guy, but what camera is this?
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>>20276229
I've never been in /jp/ before, let alone these thread. Can someone explain why this webm gave me an intense feeling of calm and then made me tear up?
Wtf is this?
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>>20277865
You feel it
The traces of that /jp/ dream...
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>>20277890
I think it's something alright.
I actually traveled to Japan two years ago and I think it's a mix of nostalgia and longing.
After two weeks there it was my favourite place in the world.
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I'm just back from Japan we usually go once a year. However we've now got a period of 5 years of not going. I'm time for me to hit the webcams hard. I was saddened to hear that a lot of the ones I used to watch have lost their sound or gone offline! Sound is one of the best things!
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>>20278852
I'm going in a month. I want to take some local 1 car lines that few people use and are probably going to get shut down and turned into buses
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>>20279915
Ahh they're so cosy. I recommend much of the north. Aomori - Hachinohe is my favourite line.
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>>20277793
Not going to link it directly, every camera that gets linked here gets nuked pretty quickly.
You can find it on insecam, think far north and lots of snow.
But not across the gap north.
See filename for mjpg stream path.

>>20277865
>>20278013
There is just something about rural Japan, like you say it's probably some sort of nostalgia.
I have never been to Japan but i feel it too, i think it has something to do with in some places it looks like time has stood still since the 70s or 80s, even longer in some places.

>>20278852
>I was saddened to hear that a lot of the ones I used to watch have lost their sound or gone offline! Sound is one of the best things!
Yeah, i wish i had recorded more of the ones with audio while there was, i was going to cut together a relaxing summer night background noise loop.
Never got around to it before the audio streams were cut.
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Rare sign of life outside of the windows
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>>20285237
Oh, anon. We are kindred spirits.
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>>20280608
>Not going to link it directly, every camera that gets linked here gets nuked pretty quickly.
And camera stream is now unresponsive.
Sorry guys, not going to share any more unless it's youtube streams or other externally hosted stuff.
Knocking IP cameras offline is just too easy, most of the common cheap ones aren't made to handle more then 3-5 viewers anyway.
If only there was an easy way to re-host camera streams without exposing the cameras directly.

>>20281384
>>20287267
Trains in snow are the best.
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>>20292010
Any chance you have a higher res version of this anon? Its sweet as fuck
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>>20292010
neat, but denmark
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>>20292420
damn, hadn't even taken the time yet to look it up :/ understandable though
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>>20293174
Looks like the camera is from Sukayu Onsen and is showing the view across a courtyard to one of their smaller bathhouses.
So basically i have been peeping into the window of a bathhouse for a year.
+1 creepiness points for me i guess, but then again i am not the one that put a camera there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9sxiOjB3Cg
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Anyone have any Esaka?
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>>20292420
I've actually been playing with that idea. You create "rooms" with a stream and then the viewers just watch a rebroadcast. Though I feel I as the "owner" of the site could get in some shit... I know what you people do(well at least the ones that allow us to not have nice things)...

I mean, you could also restream it to another platform like youtube(super easy in ffmpeg) for example.

Have a good day or night anons.
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>>20275080
Thank you, anon.
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>>20294543
>I've actually been playing with that idea. You create "rooms" with a stream and then the viewers just watch a rebroadcast. Though I feel I as the "owner" of the site could get in some shit...
Same here.
There used to be a prank call group on tinychat that would call locations they found on livestreams and cameras, once they started to draw attention to themselves they got into some shit. This would ofc be a lot different but i feel like whoever is hosting it would still be taking some risks otherwise i would have already done it.
It's sometimes hard to tell if a camera is online intentionally or just because the guy installing it was an idiot and didn't set up access security, and the owner might not like having it rebroadcast elsewhere even if it is intentional.

>I know what you people do(well at least the ones that allow us to not have nice things)...
I used to be one of those people to some degree, so i think i know what you mean.

>I mean, you could also restream it to another platform like youtube(super easy in ffmpeg) for example.
That was my first thought too, but it's a pain to setup that in anyway that isn't super easy to have traced back to you these days when google requires phone activation for everything.
Also i don't have any hardware i could run 24/7 for it at the moment.
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>>20294974
>I used to be one of those people to some degree, so i think i know what you mean.
growing up and just desiring comfy cams is quite odd isn't it anon.


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>>20275080
>>20275229
Here's another 33 hours of video, not all of the same day though

https://mega.nz/#!4g9A0SQT!22rIyx6Kyg6iLwl0FiqduIa5cEV0TnecLt5bWmeWfxo

https://mega.nz/#!5kU1zYDS!AWtWU0KxpOQthonwT5fhNg2T9Bpna5Y8Fd7_Rg7KX4U

https://mega.nz/#!o5d1BabA!iKwjdX1laz6slrkcOeNM3lrfWsdt3AaJF2gGeZToAuc

https://mega.nz/#!ooNThQDQ!cfn-0IG7w33AV4DqM8hj72BWTaUdX4htXETs-ziB5xc
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Looks like the camera is up again, but it cuts out every once in a while.
Might actually be the snowfall that is fucking with it, in my experience most internet service in rural mountain areas in Japan seem to be some sort of wireless links or cellphone service.

I found the camera is linked on their website, so they obviously expect people to watch it.
Guess there isn't really any point trying to keep it secret.

>>20296275
Awesome, thank you!

>>20295687
Yeah, being comfy sure beats feeling like you are at war with the whole rest of the internet all the time.
These days all i really want is a good cup of coffee and some nice camera streams to look through.

And i still get to look up cameras and play OSINT detective in locating them on google maps and streetview, which is what i really liked to begin with.
Just without the paranoia of having to keep up security 24/7 or risk getting doxed by one of your online "co-workers" over some petty shit or getting vanned for finding the wrong camera (or other weird internet connected shit) in places that shouldn't be connected to the internet in the first place.
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>>20298665
goddamned that's just right <3
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>>20299411
Poor lads must be freezing.
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early morning
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Since 4chan's moved to a new domain today, it got me thinking. What lead you to this thread, anons? I found it randomly right before Aizu-Wakamatsu went down. It's become a permanent tab for me... it's peaceful to come here and look at comfy trains. When I've had a bad day, coming here is a way to decompress.
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>32 : 2017/09/10 05:38:05 No.451957369
>たまにJPの東方スレみたり会津若松駅スレみたりしてる
Which one of you is this guy?
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>>20309871
One of three reasons I come to this board. Been around for years, but my renewed focus two years back into moving to Japan got me interested... And keeping the dream alive with this thread has kept me here.
Well, that and a desire to start a JP Cooking Thread. We gotta add something other than Hu
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Found this in my archives today, i miss the dojo cam even if it was more or less at a slideshow fps rate.

>>20309871
>What lead you to this thread, anons?
I found it right around when the Aizu station cam went down, i tried to find info on it or a new url and that's how i found this thread.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyzGqj_xRfc
>>20310952

Yunokami Onsen
>>20311426

Aizu-Wakamatsu
>>20311570

Feel free to ask any questions about the areas
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>>20309894
I'm not saying that was me... but I'm not saying it wasn't me.
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>>20311695
Nice.
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>>20311695
Thank you anon. I was following your pics in that thread and didn't know you were here too. Nice pictures, I hope one day I can go there too
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>tfw having to go back to being awake at proper hours and not being able to live on .jp time

>>20311695
Good stuff, thanks for linking it here.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI3yy_DbrwQ
This one appends the live chat onto the screen
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>>20324522
What a beautiful beautiful day it must have been.
I would like to spend a week at that place.
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbn5eHDjwmPC2K9RG8P0i_A/videos

Found this channel earlier, has a lot of live cams. Pretty cool stuff.

Sorry if this is common or has been posted before.
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>>20324522
Looks like my hometown, minus the sakura trees.
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>>20326040
can't say i've seen it; that foot bath is my new favorite :3 thanks anon
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>>20331729
Glad to hear you enjoy it :)
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>>20336982
I miss that camera.
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>>20337317
We all do.
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I know, it's just that once in a while that thought comes with a bit more sadness than I expect it to.
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>>20337317
Truly a loss humankind will never be able to recover.
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>>20344711
Cute
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>>20349801
Very comfy, thanks for sharing.
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going to be riding some of these in three weeks
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>>20355144
With dubs like those you'd best be planning on taking plenty of nice photos for us all anon
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>>20355770
In spite of your inconsiderate dubsposting I will try my best
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>>20357245
If you stop by the station, I'll be watching Anon.
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>>20292010
Trainators
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>>20358642
I unfortunately won't be going through any of the major stations with streaming cameras, if that's what you mean by "the station."

I'll be sure to take good pictures regardless.
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>>20292010
Trains will take over the world.
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>>20360814
Thank you Anon.
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Snow when?
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Hello. It has been a while since I posted any webms of Ikushima-Tarushima or the other ライブカメラ i frequent
Tonight I happened to check on the cafe in Nara and they are rebuilding the short wall destroyed by the Sep 29 typhoon. I started recording as soon as I could and will bump this on the weekend with a timelapse or two.
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>>20368842
SOON.
Expect the next couple of days. Sunday, JST, at the latest.
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>>20370255
Sorry I meant to say Naha, and I'm wrong about that because it's on the extreme northwest coast of Okinawa facing the sea.
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>>20370255
>>20370273
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbOIFobQJPU

This one, right?
I noticed they were doing that yesterday. Cool to watch the process.
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>>20370267
God I can't wait.
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>>20375217
I know right...? This is one of the main reasons I started recording, so I could have a time lapse of the snow falling.
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See you soon, trains!
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I just happen to open the feed as they were rolling up.
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>>20373198
They're working very slowly on it, at least, to me.
The rain today is probably delaying it quite a bit, since nothing much as been arranged or added to the wall since yesterday.
Either way, I only wanted to record the day I posted, because anything further not only takes forever to render but has natural interruptions from extended recording giving my Windows a bunch of low memory errors.
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The first snow dusting of the season (as far as I know)
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>>20385084
I told you it was coming this weekend.
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>>20385084
Wow, that looks serene.
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>>20385084
Oh a time lapse of the snow landing... I can't wait to get home.
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>>20385084
Very comfy. It feels nostalgic somehow.
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>>20389098
Arrgh, it was to dark when it started... But here is the day with some snow - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHEDzM26rDg
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>>20391628
Very nice!
What type of raw file sizes are you getting when recording a whole day and how do you handle the hourly stream drops?
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>>20391925
* Raw stream for 24 hours is about 10GB. Semi-recent, I switched it down to 500kbps so it's now only about 5GB(including sped up video). I've been meaning to test to see if I can get away with 250kbps for even smaller files.

* Yeah, the random stream drops was an issue. I wrote a simple bash script that just loops over a while loop with ffmpeg inside for 24 hours(starting midnight JST). After 24 hours it breaks the while loop and stops ffmpeg from recording the current stream. Then it concats/speeds up the video. After that it uploads it to youtube.

I've been meaning to share it so people could use it with other streams if they wanted.
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>>20391988
>I've been meaning to test to see if I can get away with 250kbps for even smaller files.
In my experience it is almost imposible to tell the difference between 250 and 500 kbps in 640x480, unless there are very much small details that are constantly moving.
But i am far from a video quality guru so what do i know.

>I've been meaning to share it so people could use it with other streams if they wanted.
Interesting, i am extreme plebian when it comes to such things but i would not mind having a look at it.
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Poor guy, looks like he has some work to do if this snowing keeps up.
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>>20391988
Damn, man. That's nice.
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best times to watch the onsen train cam?
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>>20398441
Cute
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>>20398851
This is the timetable for the trains.
The row on the right is for the trains heading towards Aizu Wakamatsu (the trains closer to the camera)
The morning trains 6h47 and 7h36 are the best to see some of the students. Obviously you'll have to work out the timezones.
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>>20400302
ty
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>>20400302
Thank you kindly!
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>>20398441
He never stood a chance...
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I miss the Akabane and Tokyo cameras. I guess this will have to tide me over until one of them return.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRDaFlblD38
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>>20413507
nyan :3 tetsu
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>>20398851
dawn/dusk
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This here are the two most impressive Shinkansen Compilations I've seen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3idWBj_wds

The snow one is especially good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_p1_ui4-LKU
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December 15th is how long it took for the pond to show ice on top. Ten days from Christmas and they just now dip below zero and stay there enough for surface ice to form. That's crazy to me, coming from a place that routinely sees the first snowfall in September.
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Some timelapse videos

Sukayu Onsen:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UDvpMTrxNo

Teishoin Temple Garden Fish Pond:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqz_uXlLHKw

Lighthouse:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3zZr5-xFBY

Seto Ohashi Bridge:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrPxLzZpRv4

Bonus:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHMV5D9Hizs
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>>20427408
Check the description of the Teishoin garden video for timestamps of interest.



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