darcy at siteware.com
Sun Mar 4 19:08:00 EST 2012
I'm new to the list (as of like yesterday).
Thought I'd introduce myself since I might start talking. :)
I'm into making all sorts of things. I used to do software and now just
make stuff, wohoo!
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On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Joe Sadusk <joe at sadusk.com> wrote:
> So, my girlfriend is working with a project to archive media from the
> Occupy protests. It just so happens that a great deal of this media was
> posted online, especially to youtube, and no other copies were
> maintained. So she's looking for a good way of getting a lot of it out
> of there to put it in long term storage. I know there are a lot of
> rippers out there, but does anyone have experience with a good one that
> will A) preserve quality as best possible B) not require a lot of
> tinkering by people who are more interested in the historical context of
> the media than the technical details of video ripping?
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