In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:just in case Scylla is busy elsewhere.
I cover the whole day/night in sections when I get around to it, Mary - I shall still do today because my one-and-a-half YouTube followers might like to see
My Glaslyn was also on 720p but I just changed it to 1080p and it's held thru a refresh.
Poole Harbour was also @ 1080p but I was suspicious, so I did a spearmint and changed Glaslyn to 480p and - lo & behold! - Poole Harbour also went to 480p.
PH was always a rather low res, it will be interesting if CJ7 will look any different when she arrives (we fervently hope).
EDIT - and also fervently hope there will be someone to fertilise her eggs this season
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A delightful little video , thanks Mary. I changed my settings to 480 quality and it came into focus (just for what it is worth, - I didn't find HD in my settings )
Another thought - reducing the quality could be very useful if we have broadband capacity problems, trying to cover lots of nests. I actually don't mind non-HD, as long as we can see what going on clearly enough - and it's usually cams that are trying to send out higher quality than their connection is fit for that causes problems, IMHO
Thanks for your reply re the settings SCYLLA - I think it must be something You tube has done because I am positive all my Loch Arkaig videos I did last year were in HD - but now when I look at them on my Channel they only have the option of 480 p. I think I need to do a bit of research on this, as I really don't fancy all my videos now showing at only 480 p. which I feel looks very poor on screen.
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In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:Mary, Love the Kestrel video! I wonder if that bird is a 2020-hatched bird, what with all that bouncing around on twigs on the nest; looks like youthful exuberance to me. What do you think?
Ann I am no expert at all, but I thought it looked to be a young bird too.
Last evening - momentary evidence of LenSpider's presence - otherwise it was a very still night again:
Nothing special today up to about 16:25.
In reply to scylla:
In reply to Richard G B:
Here's a strand showing signs of the strain you predict, Richard - I'm posting it for KORKY, she may want to send out a rescue party.
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