Posts Tagged media encoder

Natural Grounding Player v1.3 Out!

Update: Get the latest release here

Merry Christmas!! After 6 months, The Natural Grounding Player v1.3 is finally out!

>> Read more about the Natural Grounding Player here

It includes a complete rewrite of the Media Encoder that supports SuperRes (which I had to program myself) to upscale images with higher quality. It is simpler to use, supports 10-bit encoding and produce MUCH better videos. It is faster and produces smaller files of higher quality. It also supports encoding the audio, even shifting 440hz audio to 432hz. As simple as it looks, the Media Encoder is assembling 43 files to produce the magic in a few clicks. I really don’t like to compromise.

The YouTube downloader also has been fixed to work again.

There is a new feature to auto-pitch audios to 432hz which makes it vibrate more with the heart. The hack adds some instability but the benefits are well worth it. First time you play at 432hz, you won’t notice much. Until you go back to 440hz at which point it hits you on the head like an aggressive hammer. Then when you put it back to 432hz, you can feel a horizontal vibration line sliding from your head down to your heart. And when you put back 440hz you can feel the vibration line moving back up to your head. I cannot go back to 440hz after trying 432hz. It is also possible to re-encode the audio to 432hz with the Media Encoder but then you lose …Read More

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How to Convert Videos to 60fps

Among my explorations on how to push the limits of what is possible, I came onto a tool called SVP (Smooth Video Project) that allows playing videos in 60fps. When attuning to the energy of a video, this is very useful because when you look at a video in 24fps, the brain clearly knows it is a video and it gets processed by the frontal lobes of the brain. When the video is 60fps, the brain believes it to be reality and it gets processed by the cortex in the back of the brain. This allows you to connect more deeply with the video as if it was in real life.

If you want to convert and re-encode your videos in 60fps, instead of doing it in real-time, it is also possible. SubJunk wrote the instructions here, but it has a prohibitive complexity for experts only.

In the Natural Grounding Player v1.1, there is a Media Encoder that allows you to convert your videos to 60fps in just a few clicks! Not only that, but you can also drastically increase the quality of your video. Here’s a sample video before and after.

This video will show you the exact steps in just 4 minutes. Enjoy!

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Natural Grounding Player v1.1 Released on GitHub

Update: Get the latest release here

I’ve been preparing the Natural Grounding Player v1.1 for a long time, and it’s finally out! Even better, it’s now Open Source. It is a spiritual awakening tool that sequences videos based on their energy levels.

Update: Source Forge took the project page down and hasn’t responded to my emails yet. While they sort it out, download it from here.

Update2: It appears my issue with Source Forge is just the tip of an iceberg. Big projects like VLC and GIMP moved out of Source Forge and have a very bad experience to share. I moved the project and its full source code over to GitHub.

For optimal video playback quality, it is recommended to first install SVP and select to also install madVR. MPC-HC will be used as the video player.

Since the Natural Grounding Player v1.0, these features have been added.

1. Much better detection and handling of SVP and madVR, which *greatly* enhance the video quality. It will start and stop these components simply by checking a box.

2. Configuring SVP and madVR properly can be complicated. The SVP Setup Wizard will make it simple to configure them to their optimal setting based on what your computer can handle.

3. The Media Encoder allows re-encoding low-quality videos while GREATLY enhancing their quality. This truly does some magic. You have to see it to believe it. Here’s a sample video before and after. The difference is drastic.

4. The database …Read More

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Doing The Impossible

While recovering from the shock-wave caused by the last article The Death of Spirituality, I was watching a new video from Morning Musume when these lyrics caught my attention:
“Here we go!
Even if it goes up in flames, I won’t be afraid
If everything you said isn’t a lie then that’s fine
Because you are the one who created it”

I know lots of people got sick this week, including me. Furthermore, I’m considering cancelling my upcoming trip to Los Angeles in January. What I’m feeling is that the energetic social fabric, at least in the Los Angeles area, is about to implode. Me going there now would be too much. What just happened this week coincides with the winter equinox and with the holidays where the vibration of the planet is higher which allows greater transformations to unfold.

While recovering, although it may seem off-topic, I’ve been playing around doing things that most consider impossible. Common logic, as well as smart logic, dictate that you cannot improve the quality of a video beyond the source material. Well… I broke that rule. I’ve been re-processing videos to get MUCH better quality. I was getting great results to upscale old Thai Video CDs, but then stumbled onto this video which was a very difficult case.

I downloaded this video

Processed it and re-uploaded it in higher quality

I did the same with Terry Tate Office Linebacker: original in …Read More

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