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I Spy, Nintendo Switch, & GPU Blow Out ★Geeking Off Podcast℠★

Posted by anthrit  on 06 Nov : 11:56  Category: Geeking Off Podcast

Segment 1 – Windows 10 Spying on Me
We talk about how everyone wants me to know that Windows 10 is spying on us.
Then we show how when switching to Linux you are free of spying.
Explain that even if you change OS you are not 100% free of spying if you use Google, Facebook, Twitter, & Use an ISP.

Segment 2 -Nintendo Switch
Is the Switch a Nvida Shield on crack?
Discussing the trailer and how it could be false advertising like the Pokemon Go trailer.

Segment 3 – EVGA GTX 1080 & 1070 Catching Fire
EVGA pulls and AMD and burns down computers.
Fake video floating around on YouTube of the GPU Blowing up.

Music By Kevin MacLeod:

Geeking Off


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New Rig ★Geeking Off★

Posted by anthrit  on 29 Oct : 19:42  Category: Videos

After a loosing battle with my past AMD system that was killed by overheating it is time to go Intel. I take the good remaining parts out of my old system and put them into a new world of hope. This is my first 4K video edited with this new computer and it was nice rendering this video without a crash unlike the old one. Next it will be Windows 10 VS Arch Linux with this build in the next episode.
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R.I.P. AMD ★Geeking Off Podcast℠★

Posted by anthrit  on 01 Oct : 20:40  Category: Geeking Off Podcast

Time to talk about why I am done with AMD CPUs. I also talk about my new computer build.

The New System:
Fractal Design Define R4 Cases
EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2
7 Noctua 120mm Fans
ASUS Z170-A ATX Motherboard
Ballistix Sport LT 64GB Kit (16GBx4) DDR4
Intel Core i7 6700K 4.00 GHz
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition

Music By Kevin MacLeod:

Geeking Off


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Lightworks Tutorial 12.6 - 2016 ★Geeking Off★

Posted by anthrit  on 05 Jul : 20:59  Category: Videos

This was a request from the Diabetic Geek on Patreon. This is a well overdue video request and I finally got time to make it. Lightworks turns most people off from the moment they first open it and are confused by the UI. With my tutorial I will teach you how to edit a vlog using the shortcut keys of the program. Hopefully after watching this, some of you will understand the Lightworks workflow. I will teach you how to import video, edit using the timeline, basic color correction, add transitions, music, titles, and rendering.

★Keyboard Shortcuts★
Pause/Play: Spacebar
Previous Marker: A
Next Marker: S
Set In Point Marker: I
Set Out Point Marker: O
Dump In/Out Markers Onto Timeline: V
Zoom: CTRL+Scroll Wheel
Delete Between In/Out Markers: X
Add Effect To Current Clip: Left Double Click
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Switching To Antergos ★Geeking Off Podcast℠★

Posted by anthrit  on 18 Jun : 22:30  Category: Geeking Off Podcast

Segment - Main Discussion:
I make That Linux Nerd go Arch with Antergos.
Check out the Linux Nerd:
I give a nice update on the AnthWare Studio.

Music By Kevin MacLeod:

Geeking Off


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Returning To Japan ★Japan Vlog 27★

Posted by anthrit  on 12 Jun : 20:23  Category: Videos

After a year from the last trip we return. We bused over to the Seattle Airport. In Seattle we ate steak & eggs at Denny's. In the morning we catched a flight to San Francisco. From there we flew over the great pond to Japan. We arrive at the Kansai Airport in Osaka Japan and headed onto the Trains. After a long (3)Day trip I had to chill with some Asahi Beer.
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Building A PFSense Firewall ★Geeking Off★

Posted by anthrit  on 30 May : 19:34  Category: Videos

After a long battle editing this video with Kdenlive I finally got this video done. I got around to building a firewall for my Linux Server Rack project. I started off with a 1U rack mount server chassis, a Intel D2500CCE Atom Dual LAN Mini-ITX Motherboard, 2 sticks of Samsung 2GB PC-8500 DDR3 1066MHz memory, & a ADATA 32 GB SSD. I tossed it all up in the air and it came back down as a firewall. The first power supply I got was junk, it burned out after about a week of use, and I had to replace it. I been Using it now for the past month, I really enjoy using PFSense, and will never be going back to stock routers ever again.

PFSense Download:

Links to products used:
iStarUSA Server Chassis:
Seasonic 250SU 250W 80Plus 1U Server Power Supply:
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Raspberry Pi 3 Vlog ★2016 Vlog★

Posted by anthrit  on 11 May : 23:58  Category: Videos

This may be the worlds first vlog ever edited and uploaded on the Raspberry Pi 3 in history. I could only do it in Standard Definition and this is the best quality I can get so far. This was my drive over to Seattle to pick up my wife from the airport.
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