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Recent ffmpeg can be compiled with support for reading files off various Internet streaming platforms directly, namely with libquvi. Step 1 – Install libquvi Linux: Download the source, and install according to the instructions. Your distro might have packages, e.g. here's one in Ubuntu. OS X: Install Homebrew, then brew install libquvi. Everything's done ...
There's not much you can do. If the original file looks bad on YouTube then re-encoding it is not going to improve the situation. I'm assuming you're re-encoding your "raw unmodified footage, recorded with ShadowPlay". It's always recommended to upload the original content if possible, unless of course it is an obese file and it is impractical to upload, ...
Autogenerated subtitles then delete the timings and you have the speech in text. An easy way, not accurate but maybe the subtitles can be edited.. Youtube seems to be able to do it automatically. Go here for example A Boring Story Edmund Yeo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AG7t98HnXbE Hover over and click the icon that looks like a white letter. second ...
Yes, it works the exact same way as non-live streams. Just Ctrl+N (or Media > Open Network Stream) and enter the youtube URL through the first parameter. An example of the first thing I saw on youtube live (pretty darn terribad): Alternative If you are just looking to avoid using flashplayer, you could opt into YouTube's HTML5 Player.
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