I dont think VR releases will overtake non-VR releases (anytime soon). Main reasons are a) non-VR content has a much bigger market as the viewer doesnt need a VR headset and therefore in non-VR even very niche content will find its customers b) VR is restricted to POV. Non-VR content has much more creative freedom due to that and thus more videos.I am curious as to everyone's perspective on this topic. Do you believe that the AV industry in Japan is shifting to VR centered releases? If so, when do you expect it to overtake regular (non VR) releases? Does anybody know the breakdown? I remember hearing pre VR, roughly 10,000 titles would be released each year. Im curious if there are more released now, or if it is roughly the same, but with VR eating up a good portion of the releases.
i just use ffmpeg via the following cli commands:can anyone suggest a file joiner that works..and preferably freeware (but not necessary if its good) . Or does everyone just leave their jav in pieces?
I have been using avidemux for years, it is freeware, it can merge, edit, convert format. I use it mainly to join my videos also edit the unwanted.i just use ffmpeg via the following cli commands:
ffmpeg -f concat -safe 0 -i mylist.txt -c copy <outfile>
where mylist.txt looks like:
*works on wmv and mp4
*note: files have to be compatible to join, otherwise will not play correctly,i.e. same codec,ratio, etc.
thanks to all for the advice.. i will begin the arduous task of joining all my jav soon
Yeah DRM is very annoying. But it can be removed hahaIt's irritating because afestavr also has DRM on SOME titles... I can't remember which ones specifically, but it's keeping me from buying more.
When I first started shopping I picked up a few and almost all required their awful player.
Really? Even Afesta's files that require their specific player?Yeah DRM is very annoying. But it can be removed haha