My personal story isn't filled with much depth. My story is not a long one. I was born, attended school, worked, and finally got online. However, it does include several traumatic moments when I believed that my life was over. One of these was when my computer at my house suddenly stopped functioning. After some tweaking, installing a new desktop and moving the drive from one drive to the other, I was finally in a position to restore all of the files stored on the drive. It took three days of sweating and tears. But, I've learned one important point: Dropbox and personal file servers can be used to automatically or manually backup my day's work.However, it's not the best choice. The bigger your online data store becomes and the bigger it gets, the more you'll need to spend to keep all of it, and keep it up and running. It's very simple and appears to be safe. It can be downloaded anywhere the internet is available. What happens if WiFi? or other internet connection isn't available? In those instances, I am grateful having my laptop with me, it is like my final safe harbor for backups. There are 2 drives that are connected to form a RAID stack therefore they copy one another and ensure that a copy is retained if one of the 2 HDDs is damaged. I only copy stuff there so the laptop doesn't fail.Another big day of grief was few months back.. I make sure not to lose work. As I mentioned earlier, I have multiple copies of it and am able to access it from wherever internet access is available. It was not about Periscope. It was something that I often used time ago. Even last summer 2020 when there were disturbances and violence, I was able to make a few live streaming. In the present, Periscope TV is closing down and all videos will be gone within a couple of weeks. What do I do? The entire video must be downloaded onto my laptop in order to save them offline. These videos are very close to my heart, they were the last time I spent with my best friend in Covid.<img width="337" src="https://scr.wfcdn.de/13780/JDownloader-2-1443624118-0-0.jpg"> https://firsugar7.bloggersdelight.dk/2021/12/01/how-can-you-download-your-videos-online-from-social-networks-to-your-personal-desktop-or-laptop-and-share-on-other-networks/ his site I frequent and it allows me to download video content from Youtube, Instagram and Facebook, - some of the other websites that have the bulk of my live streams. I am very involved in underground movements, politics and other underground movements. Therefore, I film often, save them, and upload them to my Youtube channel. Then, every time the live event ends the footage is downloaded to my laptop. This is how I do it. This also lets me cross-post videos to different platforms. This means that I can not only share YouTube? videos via Facebook but also upload the same video on Facebook. This is a different video. In fact I have over 3TB of live feeds over the last 8 years. Periscope live streams don't go away.. I find this website extremely useful.It works like magic. You can open the video you'd like to download via Periscope, Youtube, or Facebook. Copy its URL by using the share link. Then, I go to the website for downloading videos then paste the video URL there, and in a matter of seconds I'll see a variety of options for downloading video. I can download it to my desktop computer or laptop, transfer it to other platforms, and then save it for my family and friends ones. Periscope may not be accessible on all platforms. The site is able to manage the m3u8 file other sites download on behalf of you. I then navigate to the video downloader site and paste the video's link wherever they would like it. After that, I hit the big button. Video is not downloaded to my personal computer, but it's available online and it plays online when player downloads small fragments of files each time.If you aren't aware, the Windows copy command will allow you to connect these fragments and create a normal length video file. This is because of the format used to create the fragments: MpegTS, also known as transport stream. The format used to create the fragments is called Mpeg TS. It allows new users to stream from the middle of the stream with no interruption. On the other hand it can help browsers save data transfer because instead of one hour of data, it gets 360 x 10 seconds files. It only downloads the ones you're watching. Thus, even if you watch only 25 seconds of the stream your player ends up downloading only 4-6 fragments (it gets 3-4 fragments of the current 25 seconds stretch as well as 1-2 fragments following in the event that you continue watching the stream). It helps reduce the amount of downloading required for viewing the stream in 25 seconds.


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