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I’d would definitely want a copy of the originals if you have them, I only have MP3s up to 148 in an old archive somewhere. I converted everything and deleted the originals before I realized it’s better practise to keep the source files, and space is no longer a concern for me for projects like this.
Here’s a google drive endpoint if it’s easier to dump them to the cloud, or if you bring them up somewhere I can download them:
I am missing the videos for the shows before 182, I grabbed everything off youtube. I think one of the 140s had a video with the call in show, and maybe one more before 182 (not including the non-show videos). I don’t know if anyone has a copy of those or not since it has been a very long time, but if there is, I’ll be really happy, and add it to the archive.
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The link is down for the time being, if you didnt grab it in time, let me know and I can share it directly with your email so it doesn’t remain public.
You can either Ctrl+A then right click and download as zip, or click on the “Download All” button in the top right.
Let me know when you have it downloaded so I can remove the link
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I’ll post it here tomorrow and keep it up until I know you got it. Unless I hear otherwise from the captain.
I will have the link ready for you soon. I would eventually like to get the .mp3 files again from Bryan if possible, .opus is good but in Archival, you want to have the source media backed up always.
Are we going to get a Bucho & Robbie show for The Bad Batch?
If the captain doesn’t get you a link by March, I will get one posted here then (I have all my archives in Chicago and I am in Canada until then)
Right now the whole archive is about 18Gb – I might be missing some of the latest episodes though so I would have to check. This is with compressed mp3s in a .7z archive. Typically with newer podcasts I take them and convert to Opus format, which can reduce the size by 30-60%. I don’t have the complete archive here in Canada, it’s in the US, but I will convert it and have the whole archive in that format as well.
I maintain a few archival projects with assorted websites online, so I’ll always have a pack of SoS episodes if anyone needs ’em.
This reminds me that I should probably make the mega-pack with all the episodes and the video podcasts as well, mostly for my own purposes
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I also have all the episodes I can make available through here if you need, or if you want a specific one I can give you a temporary link with https://tmp.ninja/
Whenever I see things like that, I’m always reminded of “If Top Gun Ended Prematurely” the classic SOS video
I’m reminded of the “If Star Wars Ended Early” clip that Brian made back in the day. Similar veinJune 8, 2020 at 2:43 pm in reply to: Your dreams have come true, SEND in the CLONES is here now #66014
Congrats on accomplishing your mission, Bucho and Rob! Your podcast got me into watching the clones animated series, and I watched the final season week to week and listened to your show right after. Great job!
I also liked the side missions where you went over the motion pictures. If you have any of those saved in the archive, I’ll be keeping an eye out for them in the RSS *wink winkNovember 12, 2019 at 9:45 am in reply to: Your dreams have come true, SEND in the CLONES is here now #65983
I am in Chicago, leading the troops on the coast of Lake Michigan. Awaiting orders.
I have listened up to episode 33 but have them all downloaded in my podcast queue. My other shows were a bit empty for a couple weeks so I was able to binge listen to your show.
Will see if the wife wants to try out Disney+ and I’ll use some downtime to catch up on some of the episodes.November 1, 2019 at 4:56 pm in reply to: Your dreams have come true, SEND in the CLONES is here now #65978
On episode 15 – I never watched the show because I figured it was just a cartoon, I didn’t know it was so deep. I like listening to your breakdowns of the episodes and to hear a bit more about the lore. I’ll keep up with it as I can.
You and Robby are doing a great job together, it’s almost like you have been doing a show together forever. It makes it so easy to listen to, and it’s clear you both know quite a bit about the universe. Great show!
My wife and I (got married a few months ago – yee haw) just moved to the US and now I have access to all these new streaming services we didn’t have in Canada, AND we got a free TV subscription in our building. I haven’t had a TV subscription since 2011, and we left our old ~2007s flatscreen in Canada, so I even got to upgrade to brand new 55″ Samsung. I tell you, leapfrogging twelve years of TVs is quite an adventure
The Office – I never got the hype of this when I was younger, but we watched a couple shows and man are they really good.
The Grand Tour – On amazon video, since we got Prime I watched this and it’s rocky in the first season but so far season 2 is doing pretty good
Still looking at other ones to watch, but our TV time is pretty minimal
We also watch Korean dramas online, and there are quite a few really good ones that receive critical acclaim, stand alone series of 12-20 episodes with crazy plot twists. If anyone is into those I can give some recommendations.
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