|>>||Anonymous 24mar2019(su)03:39 No.67606 OP |P1
|christmas is just around the corner|
|>>||Anonymous 24mar2019(su)05:00 No.67612 A |P2R1
|Looks like a poorly encoded video recording of a flash file. Fucking terrible.|
|>>||Anonymous 25mar2019(mo)05:44 No.67633 B |P3R2
It's actually a poorly recorded Flash File of a .mp4
|>>||Anonymous 25mar2019(mo)21:59 No.67647 C |P4R3
Maybe it's even a poorly converted flash file of a poorly encoded video of a glorious swf.
|>>||Anonymous 26mar2019(tu)11:26 No.67666 D |P5R4
|>>||Anonymous 26mar2019(tu)13:15 No.67670 E |P6R5
|The video isn't poorly recorded or encoded and it doesn't have too little bitrate either. The issue is that it is placed in the flash container without smoothing being enabled on the embed, which makes it scale poorly. View the flash in 1280x720 and you'll see that it looks fine.|
The real problem is that it's a video in the first place instead of vectors. It even fades to black before repeating, an extra slap in the face to those of us who appreciate seamlessness. Even if the snow probably makes it impossible for it to loop seamless (plus that flash usually delays timeline repeat an extra frame while reloading the video into memory) the fade out was not needed. The video could also have been made silent and the audio played back on its own with a different length than the video, it would have moved the whole thing more into "flash loop" territory instead of staying in "repeating video" territory.