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
Kind regards, Ann
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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