• Dash Cam Owners Australia - The Cutting Room Floor Vol. ?
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https://youtu.be/SNlnNKynMbY
"you should'a just rammed the bitch."
What an unholy way to present a video 1:43
I can see why most of these were cut, 95% of them are garbage. What kind of idiot films their dashcam with their phone? Like come on ya dingus just pull out the memory card and stick it in your laptop. Then there were the people who filmed their monitor. They knew enough on how to get the clip onto their computer but not enough to simply just send the clip on their computer to the dashcam dude. They instead add an extra step and film their screen and then send it???
Vertical screen recording of a horizontal video 👌👌👌 https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/109720/d519ca43-0596-4ac8-a3a2-f6430d5adae3/firefox_2019-04-03_09-05-42.png
Pretty sure this was an April fools lol.
I don't think so, and when this was uploaded it was already Already April 2nd in Australia https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/108621/0b93c7bd-9322-4c36-b1b6-0c0f19decf9d/image.png
What the hell is up with these orientations, we had one sideways, one upside down
Everyone talkin bout how they were filmed and not about how a good number of these dashcam users drive like the cocks that are usually captured on someone else's dashcam.
Yeah, I can see why almost all of these were cut But that ambulance one, with the muppet counter, was pretty good. I'm sure they threw that out because it was already edited by the submitter, but it was interesting enough to have in the regular monthly roundup.
sorry for the bump but does anyone know what the painted white diamond in the middle of an intersection means? we don't have that here...
they're lanes for buses or other high occupancy vehicles.
The diamonds I've seen in the videos are right in the middle of the junction though... here's a screengrab from one in Japan https://i.imgur.com/2BKCb5i.jpg
Oh huh, I'm not sure then.
It could be that they don't know how to cut the video, so they have like 30 minutes of footage but only 15 seconds of it is relevant, then they don't want to send all of it in
In that case all they need to give is a timestamp.
Got to remember this is Aus, where if we assume a 30 minute video is 3GB, it would take about 10 hours to upload, assuming average speed ADSL (10/1mbps).
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