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TVGuy

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  1. I definitely considered other Linux video editing software. For years, the only reason I had a Windows license at all was for video editing, so I was very much on the lookout for some kind of alternative video editor that would let me switch to Linux. However, I don't just make videos for HD Wetting. I do mainstream professional production work, and my clients are major broadcast networks and fortune 500 companies. Often, this kind of work involves having the client/producer/director sitting directly behind me on the client sofa, watching me edit, color grade, and do effects and graphics on their project in real time. To fulfill the needs of this environment I need an editing system that is compatible with the RAW camera codecs I am being handed. Many of these camera codecs are proprietary and closed source, and not supported by open source editors like Kdenlive. I also need it to be fully compatible with industry standard EDL files. For whatever reason this is something Linux editing software has really struggled with- I don't know why, as the files are just XML, but I don't think EDL support has been a huge priority on these open source projects. If a client comes in with a stack of hard drives of RAW footage and an EDL as an XML file, I need to be able to mount those drives, import the EDL, and instantly have the project conform to exactly what it is supposed to be. If there are missing transitions because the EDL isn't fully supported, or offline footage because the RAW camera codec must be transcoded first, this creates an unacceptable situation when the client is sitting right there and expecting to get to work. Another big issue is speed and stability. DaVinci has proven to be rock solid, and it takes full advantage of my Threadripper 3970X and multiple GPUs in order to give outstanding performance. This lets me do advance color grading and compositing, without having to render anything, as the client watches. With Kdenlive, and other open source editors I've tried, like Cinelerra, they simply don't leverage the available hardware in the same way, restricting how many CPU cores they will use and having limited support for GPU acceleration. The final issue is one of workflow. Most pro editing software has an established workflow that has emerged from the old analog workflow of tape based editing systems and film editing tables. These include things like source-program editing and multi-track timelines, among other things. Many open source video editing programs just don't work the way you would expect them to, at least not if you are coming from the world of profession video. True source-program editing is absent in almost everything, except Cinelerra, and the way the timelines operate feel unnecessarily cumbersome and restrictive. Things like the graphics layer of the timeline in kdenlive are not typically found in modern pro video editors. While such things were common in the early generation of software based video editing, things have improved a lot back then. Using software like Kdenlive or Cinellera today is reminiscent of computer video editing in the 1990's, which isn't a good thing. DaVinci Resolve is also an industry standard. Since 'O Brother Where Art Thou?' almost every major Hollywood movie has been finished in DaVinci. The software suite also incorporates Fusion, which is the standard for high-end compositing work and used in projects like Star Wars and Game of Thrones as well as Fairlight, for audio, which powers the console mixers for doing the final mix on films at Skywalker Ranch. You also asked about other linuxy stuff I have going- The most interesting things I'm probably doing with Linux is my live production system, for doing multi-camera live productions for things like conferences, sports, and esports. It is a mobile system, housed in flight cases, that I can take out to a client location and setup. It has four cameras and 8 total video inputs. Each camera is paired with a little Raspberry Pi box that handles intercom, allowing the director (me) to talk to the camera operators during the show, as well as reads the state of the video mixer to show a tally light to the camera operator. The video mixer is all hardware, a Blackmagic ATEM mixer, but it is controlled by a Linux PC (linux mint) sending the switcher commands via its network interface. I put together a custom video switcher control panel from the panel components at Pi Engineering that lets me control the switcher, with familiar switcher controls. The control software also gives me backlight cueing on the control panel buttons. The video output from the switcher is looped through a video deck for recording, but then back into the Linux PC which is running OBS studio for live streaming. This PC is also running a webserver, just locally, but I have a little web app on it that generates a slate page that can show even schedules and a count down to the next event. I can use this as a video source in OBS, to bring up a slate letting stream viewers know when the next stream is going to start, and it is visible to the camera operators via the video return. Besides that, my personal laptop and home desktop computer both run Linux Mint. I do have two Windows machines still in use- A modern one at my office for doing graphics stuff; I still use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. And I have an older machine running Vista. This Vista box is driving a robotic bulk disc production system, that can bulk burn, print graphics, and package CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.
  2. Alisha accidentally pees in her pants while playing a video game in this cute wetting video. In this scene we join Alisha as she is thoroughly wrapped up in a video game. Despite needing to pee, she is intent on her game, and does her best to ignore her straining bladder. Even though she is refusing to acknowledge how badly she needs to pee, it is clear from watching that she is extremely desperate. Eventually, Alisha reaches her limit. It comes down to a choice between her game and her pants, and she chooses to remain focused on her game. The consequence of this are immediate; A wet patch spreading down her thighs, spreading out from between her legs. It seems that she Alisha has now won her game, but lost the battle with her bladder, soaking her sweat pants. WARNING: This final images contains nudity-
  3. I'll post a picture of my editing rig once I have my desk cleaned up a little bit- Right now its kind of a mess. However, you're probably going to be disappointed. I'm using DaVinci Resolve for my editing and post production needs on this system. Resolve runs on Windows, MacOS, and kind of on linux. I say "kind of" as it is targeted specifically to CentOS, and even then it is designed for a custom configuration of CentOS that is distributed with Resolve. There are people who have had some luck getting it partially running on other distros, but to have it just work on linux you really need to install it with its pre-configured CentOS. Doing this, however, doesn't really give you much of a DE. It simply loads straight into Resolve, which has an identical UI, regardless of the OS, and all the work can be done from there. Technically, it is possible to exit Resolve and just have a very basic CentOS desktop, but there is almost no reason to ever do this. Here is a picture of the Resolve UI as it appears on a single monitor system-
  4. Well, pfSense is built on FreeBSD- So I am only using FreeBSD as far as it runs the pfSense firewall/router software. My direct fiber lines come in through a Layer 2 network switch, but to interface with that and operate on these networks I have very specific requirements for traffic shaping, packet tagging, and frame sizes. pfSense can handle all that, so that is why I am using a pfSense box. pfSense, of course, has its own web based interface. In regards to the web server, the OS is headless, but I am using Virtualmin/Webmin as a web based control panel. I was doing this with CentOS and am going to keep doing it with Ubuntu Server as it saves time. I want to be spending my time creating new content, not being a system admin, so even though I know it would be more efficient to just do everything via SSH, the time savings of using a control panel are worthwile to me. On the topic of CentOS, however, my main video editing system is based on CentOS. This is on an air-gapped system that is just used for video post.
  5. I'm running Ubuntu Server on the webserver. I used to run CentOS, but found I had more difficulty finding specific answers. The size of the user community around Ubuntu Server has been a huge asset. There is also a pfSense box in the rack, which of course runs on FreeBSD. Some more details- I have dual gigabit fiber from two different ISPs coming into the office for redundancy. Both are connected to WAN interfaces on the pfSense box which handles load balancing, and will seamlessly use just one WAN should the other go down. The Netgear switch in the rack is separated into two VLANs, one for my internal office gear with private IP addresses, then a separate VLAN for servers with public IPs. Each of these LANs enjoys its own dedicated connection to the pfSense box, with an appropriate set of firewall rules for each. The building has a backup propane powered generator, but there can be a minute or two after a power failure before the generator is fully up and running, so I do have a small UPS in the rack as well, at the very bottom, to keep things running.
  6. You may have visited HD Wetting on the internet before, but this is what it looks like to visit HD Wetting in the real world.
  7. Check out this incredible close-up peeing video where Olivia pisses nude into her bath. In this personal, homemade video, we find Olivia taking a bath. She is completely naked, as one typically is when they are bathing, and she needs to pee. Without any hesitation, she proceeds to pee into her bathwater, positioning herself in front of her camera so that we can get a nice clear view as she does so. After she is done peeing, she settles back down into the water she just urinated in. Feeling naughty for what she just did, she proceeds to masturbate, still in front of the camera, as we watch. WARNING: The following images contain nudity-
  8. Its not so much upsetting that this person isn't a fan of my work. Everyone, after all, can have their own opinion about such things. What does bother me, though, is the need some people have to be insulting and put others down. I don't understand the point of it. Even if my work was truly terrible, why go out of your way and take time out of your life just to let me know how bad my work is and how superior you are? I can't imagine ever doing that to someone, and I can't really understand why anyone would be like that.
  9. Some of my favorite photo shoots at HD Wetting are the ones that we get to do out in the forest. For me, there are few times that feel as content and as peaceful as when I'm out in nature. Getting to combine that feeling with omorashi and creative expression through photography and video is something really special. Growing up I didn't have the closest relationship with my parents, and often preferred to spend my summers, when school was out, outdoors; Often exploring the forest around our house. As I got older I went to work at a summer camp/ranch, which I have wrote about here, here, and here. The property there was heavily forested, but there was something magical about the time that I spent there and that ranch feels as much like home to me as any other place I've ever been. Going out into the deep forest to produce content for HD Wetting almost feels like I'm returning home. It often seems that, when doing these shoots, everything just comes together in amazing ways that result in some truly spectacular content. Maybe that is just my perception, and not how everyone else perceives it. Still, some of this outdoor work is, in my opinion, some of our best content. What do you think?
  10. GO TO THE DOCTOR! Sorry if that came across as harsh, but I just lost a close family member. Their initial symptom was shoulder pain, which they put off as being muscle aches from a previous injury they had a few months earlier when riding bike, simply being aggravated by their resting position. It turns out they had an inflammatory cancer that had spread to their bones, but the only symptom they had was aches and pains. You can never know for sure if it is just a muscle ache, or something more severe... And no one on this forum could possibly diagnose the actual cause. The only way to know is to be examined by a doctor.
  11. This gorgeous video features two lesbian cheerleaders making out in bed, ultimately having one pee through her panties onto the other. If a scene is set to classical music, that makes it artistic, right? In this sexy scene we join Alisha and Olivia as cheerleaders, having sexy fun in bed all set to a classical soundtrack. We get to watch as they make out and touch each other. Eventually, Olivia straddles Alisha and pees through her blue panties straight onto Alisha’s bare pussy. Alisha then rubs Olivia until she climaxes. WARNING: The following images contain nudity-
  12. Peeing in nature photo-
  13. I just thought some of you may enjoy checking out this photo from the early days of HD Wetting. The concept behind this photo was that Sammy climbed up the ladder to clean the gutters, but being afraid of heights, she grew so terrified that she had a little accident. The camera, at ground level, gave us a nice upskirt view as she wet herself.
  14. This is typically the way it is with most healthy adults. For you, and others in your situation, with such good bladder control, there could be potential dangers in holding it until you loose control, if your body would actually allow that to happen. It is possible to cause urine to back up into your kidney's, which can cause all kinds of issues, or in extreme circumstances even rupture your bladder, which can be deadly. Yes, many other people are the same way. We've had very similar issues with models at HD Wetting before, when they are just starting out. However, you can practice wetting yourself, and that will actually make it easier in the future. You need to train your body to relax and allow you to wet your pants with ease. How do you do that exactly? Well, however you are able to wet yourself right now, keep doing it it. Don't worry about holding it now and trying to make an accident happen, just get accustomed to wetting your pants however you can. If you have to stand for it, that's fine. Do it on a regular basis, and after some time this will become second nature. Then proceed to other positions, like doing it while sitting down. You may need to start by just doing it sitting on the toilet, in just your underwear, then in other things, and then sitting other places. But build to towards it slowly, making it a normal thing. the same goes for lying down. Once you have reached the point where you are able to relax and wet yourself as easily as you would use the toilet, then you can start to work on having a real, uncontrollable accident, if that is what you want. Having a desperately full bladder is only one part of what it takes to have an uncontrollable accident. You also need some additional bladder irritation to cause desperate urges, this can come from what exactly you are drinking. At HD Wetting we have found diet sodas work well, as does Snapple. The final thing you will need is weak bladder muscles, making it so you can actually lose control. Physically exhausting yourself can work well here- A long hike or other exercise, leaving yourself exhausted, can help set the stage for an accident.
  15. In this scene Olivia pees in her jeans while Alisha watches, while watching the popular docu-series Tiger King. If you haven’t heard of Tiger King by now, where have you been? It is the docu-series that has been taking the world by storm, with is unbelievable characters and non-stop twists and turns. Many viewers are binging the entire series in one sitting, unable to take themselves away from their screens. We find Alisha and Olivia in this video, watching Tiger King, completely engrossed in the show. When Olivia needs to pee, she doesn’t want to stop the show or miss anything. So, instead of going to the bathroom, she simply stands up and wets her pants, much to Alisha’s delight. After Olivia is done peeing, they stop the show so that Alisha can help Olivia out of her wet clothing and go down on her. WARNING: The following images contain nudity and lesbian sexual activity-
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