My story isn't particularly long. I was born, went to university and then worked, fought and then finally, I was able to achieve something online. However, it also has several traumatic moments where I believed that everything was gone forever. One of those moments was when my personal computer at home went silent... After a little bit of tweaking, moving the hard drive from the old drive to the new drive and getting an entirely new desktop, all my work was restored. It took me three days of sweat, and some metaphorical tears... But I did learn one important thing: Dropbox and personal FTP servers can be used to back up my daily tasks by hand or automatically.This is not the most ideal option. The more data you keep online, the more money it costs to keep everything online. It's simple and quite safe. It's possible to download it anywhere the internet is available. But what happens if internet isn't accessible? I feel very secure to always carry my laptop, as it acts as my last resort for backups. There are two drives I have, which I use as RAID stacks. They both copy each other and I keep one copy in case one of my HDDs is damaged. Since I copy a lot of my files there, it's not often that my laptop will work. I don't want 2 drives to be destroyed on the same day.Another big day of sorrow was a couple of months back.. I take care not to lose work. Like I said earlier, I have multiple copies of it and am able to access it from wherever the internet is accessible. This was Periscope. It was a tool I used quite often a number of years ago. And even last summer 2020 when there were disturbances, I was able to make a few live streaming. Now Periscope TV is closing down and all videos will disappear within a couple of weeks. What should I do? I need all the videos downloaded so that they can be stored offline on my laptop. These are important to me. This is the last time we've hung out with my friend.<img width="408" src="">It's a website that I utilize to download video clips from Youtube, Instagram, Facebook and many other sites. I'm a fan of politics and underground movements. I also keep a record of a lot of live events and save them for future use. I then post them to my YouTube? channel and then save them into my computer. This is how I do it. It allows me not only to share YouTube? video on Facebook but also to upload the video on Facebook. The uploaded video can be then its own video. As it is I am able to store 3TB of live feeds that I've conducted over the past eight years. Periscope lives don't disappear.. I find this site extremely useful. It's flawless. You can open the video you want to download on Periscope, Youtube, or Facebook. Copy its URL using the share link. Then, I go to the website for downloading videos and paste the link there, and within seconds I'll be presented with a range of options for downloading video. I can download the video to my desktop or laptop, and copy it across platforms, and preserve it for my loved ones. Periscope isn't on all websites. But, this website does offer Periscope support. If you aren't aware, the windows copy command can help you to connect these fragments and produce a normal-length video file. It's due to MpegTS, the format used for video that is used to break the video into fragments. Also called transport stream. It has all the information necessary for decoding video within each fragment. Each stream can be launched from the middle of the stream without interruption. On the other hand it helps browser save on transfers of data, as instead of a single hour file, it gets 360 x 10 seconds files, and only downloads those that you're watching. Thus, if you only watch 25 seconds of the stream the player downloads only 4-6 pieces (it downloads 3-4 fragments of the current 25 seconds stretch, plus 1-2 following fragments, in case you continue watching the stream). It helps reduce the amount of downloading required to view the stream within 25 seconds.

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