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2012.07.14 10:01 appydays Moviesinthemaking: A behind-the-scenes look at the wonderful world of film

A behind-the-scenes look at the wonderful world of movies

2023.04.02 07:07 purple_carnations TV Shows and Movies

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2023.05.31 11:17 Kwalsh2484 ‼️ Absolutely without a doubt following EVERYONE back! ‼️

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2023.05.31 11:14 insiderway Jagan moyya is lub

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2023.05.31 11:13 Kwalsh2484 ‼️ Absolutely without a doubt following EVERYONE back! ‼️

Thanks for showing support to those who have already followed. I will be spending all of my free time outside of work and streaming following everyone back and stopping by to say “hey” to those who are live! We’re all just trying to climb the ladder so I’m so happy to see everyone so willing to follow/shout me out!
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2023.05.31 11:12 Moondogjunior Why is my Plex transcoding on Samsung TV? It's causing it to be very slow (unusable) for some movies

Hi all
I was investigating why Plex is sometimes very slow for certain movies on my Samsung TV (S95B, very recent 4K TV). I don't have the issue when streaming from my PC. I installed Tautulli and noticed that, when I stream movies from my Samsung TV, it is transcoding certain things, whereas on my PC everything is direct play. I guess this is what is causing the issue.
My Plex Server is hosted in a docker container on a NAS, DS1019+, and I was considering getting a separate server for Plex with more resources. But I guess the problem I want to fix is the transcoding, since on my PC I don't have the issue.
Can anyone tell me why my Samsung TV wants to transcode certain movies? And is there any way I can prevent this, or solve this without buying a separate, beefier server for Plex? I just want to have the same performance on my Samsung TV that I have on my PC, is there a way to achieve that, or is my only option getting a server with more resources?

Playing movie on my PC (Direct Stream):
Playing movie on my Samsung TV (transcoding):
Some more info from Tautilli on the transcoding session:
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2023.05.31 11:12 CartographerLive7057 What's the most surprising twist ending to a movie or TV show you've seen?

What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever lost or found?
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2023.05.31 11:12 Constant_Arachnid_78 Now that’s really interesting

Now that’s really interesting
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2023.05.31 11:10 Pure-Degree-5553 What's the best way to handle a difficult situation with a family member?

What's the most interesting book, movie, or TV show you've recently read or watched?
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2023.05.31 11:09 Lazy-Championship888 If you could only watch one TV show or movie for the rest of your life, what would it be?

What's the most absurd thing you've seen in nature?
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2023.05.31 11:08 Oops_Cat WiMi Hologram Cloud: Holographic + AR Technology Is Expected To Renew The Ad Industry

WiMi Hologram Cloud: Holographic + AR Technology Is Expected To Renew The Ad Industry
AR advertising can become a new favorite brand that is not difficult to understand. AR advertising has more possibilities for visual and creative expression, and its natural interest and freshness are very attractive to consumers. For brands, the new interactive experience of AR advertising can also quickly shorten the distance between the brand and users. In addition, from the perspective of marketing, AR advertising is expected to drive product sales, and the appropriate AR content is expected to directly affect the purchase decision, which will bring diversified communication channels for the purchasing personnel. From the investigation reports of various institutions, it is not difficult to find that high-quality AR advertising is also easier to spread, helping the brand to broaden its publicity channels.
In terms of sales, advanced functions, and excellent experience will undoubtedly improve the purchase conversion rate of consumers. It can improve the efficiency of information acquisition and communication of consumers when shopping, increase the goodwill of consumers to the brand side in a disguised way, and then establish a well-known good brand image.
Advantages of AR advertising
1. It is highly interactive and interesting
AR ads are mostly presented to consumers with the content of games or stories. AR advertising can start from creative thinking, and fully liberate the senses of participants so that participants can freely interact with their favorite content.
2. Precise user delivery
In special products, AR advertising focuses more on the product or service itself and shows the characteristics of products or the process of service to consumers through AR technology, so AR advertising can attract specific consumer groups.
3. The way of presentation is universal
Just go through a mobile phone or an advertising machine. Through mobile devices, consumers can experience AR advertising anytime and anywhere, and AR advertising only needs to “wait” to attract more participants and get a larger and wider interactive experience.
4. Define the new connotation of advertising
Traditional paper advertising has a single way of expression, and the promotion effect is limited. However, although TV advertising and Internet advertising are rich in content, they lack interactivity, so they can only unilaterally instill advertising information to consumers. However, AR advertising defines the new connotation of advertising, refreshes people’s inherent cognition of advertising, makes the relationship between advertising and consumers no longer strange or even antagonistic, and makes consumers complete the learning and understanding of advertising kindly.
AR advertising still has great development potential in the future and is reversing the negative and fixed thinking of consumers on traditional advertising, and the technology change will make AR advertising more and more perfect. Through the integration of cutting-edge technology AI / AR advertising interactive all-in-one machine and AR advertising open platform, it can subvert the existing advertising model and bring more friendly advertising to advertisers and consumers.
According to the data, Camera IQ surveyed 1,500 American consumers and reported that 40 percent of respondents preferred to share AR ads over other types of brand ads. In addition, 78% of consumers are willing to share/promote brand AR filters on social platforms, indicating the potential in the AR advertising communication field.
Camera IQ We predict that about 64% of marketers plan to use AR to advertise in the future to enhance the interaction with consumers and the appeal of advertising. AR advertising has gradually become a common marketing tool on social platforms, and it has become more and more widely used.
WIMI Hologram Cloud’s AR creates high-growth opportunities
It is understood that WiMi (NASDAQ: WIMI) has been providing AR-based holographic services and products to meet the needs of customers, focusing on providing innovative, immersive interactive AR experiences for customers and consumers. In the face of the growing AR advertising commercial market, WiMi will realize the immersive shopping experience of multi-sensory interaction through technological innovation, layout the key direction of the AR advertising business, constantly explore and actively layout AR advertising and marketing, to grasp the new opportunities of The Times.
To date, WiMi’s continued investment in AR advertising gives it extremely high barriers to competition at the technical level.
For example, when buying furniture in AR advertising provided by WiMi, AR technology can be used to overlay 3D models in the actual space, so that buyers can more intuitively feel the size of furniture in the actual space. This allows advertisers to easily choose the right products for promotion, and buyers to enjoy a convenient mobile shopping experience. It is this core competitiveness that makes WiMi successfully attract the attention of a large number of brands.
To further expand its market share, WiMi is actively expanding into the international market and plans to cover more regions. In the enterprise strategic planning, with the continuous expansion of the market and the further improvement of technology, WiMi will bring consumers better quality and a more convenient product selection shopping experience. AI is accelerating the construction of commodity 3D models and virtual delivery yards. In the future, WiMi will increase the investment in AR technology research and development and AI technology, improve user experience and satisfaction, and improve the repurchase rate, to maintain its competitive advantage in the industry and cope with the rapid development of the new digital marketing market.
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2023.05.31 11:07 repulsims 37M California - looking for friends to voice chat, watch things and game with!

Ahoy there! It's been pretty lonely lately, so I figured I'd put myself out there and try to make some new friends. I'm of SouthEast Asian descent born and raised in Southern California. Definitely more of an indoor person, but I'm making an effort to go outside more and explore new places. Also a bit cringe so don't say I didn't warn ya!
I'm a huge fan of anime, science fiction, fantasy, documentaries, procedural crime shows, and series like Futurama, The Simpsons, Love Death Robots, and The Twilight Zone. I also enjoy playing a bunch of PC games, so hit me up if you want to game together! I'm open to trying anything that looks fun.
Currently trying to improve all areas of my life and trying out new hobbies, listening to new music, watching new things. Mostly trying to get outside my comfort zone and do things I normally wouldn't. Feel free to send a message if you're up for a friendly chat/voicechat. What do you enjoy doing in your free time? What movies, foods, games, or songs are you really into? I look forward to getting to know ya!
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2023.05.31 11:07 ifailedmaths Trip Report: 14 days end of spring trip, 9 pax, Tokyo and Hokkaido!

I'll try to be as brief as I can, otherwise this post will become an essay of me trying to promote Japan as the best vacation destination I have ever been to.
TLDR; Japan is great!
The trip took place from 13 May 2023 to 27 May 2023. 9 people, ages ranging from late 20s to mid 60s, family from both my side and my wife's, took part in this trip. The 4 youngest members, including yours truly, planned for everything in this trip which includes the hotels, places we visits, international flights, domestic flights, meals, routes to take. It also helps that our youngest member is fluent in Japanese, while the rest of the youngsters can understand simple Japanese, thus YMMV.
Tokyo (13 May - 18 May 2023)
Tokyo was probably the most hated part of our trip as it involves a lot of walking. And the 5 old people were definitely not keen on walking much. So we really had to spend a lot of time looking for places to chill after half an hour of walking, which really slows us down. Even in train stations, we had to look for elevators since they were unable to climb stairs. There were really a lot of stairs in Japan.
Anyway, for the most part, we stayed in Kyobashi in Tokyo. We chose this area as it provides direct access to Haneda Airport via trains. It was also really convenient as every location we went to in Tokyo was accessible from Kyobashi Station, requiring little to no transfers.
A short review of places we went in Tokyo
Asakusa - It was crowded on a Sunday. Sensoji was nice to look at. Lots of street food around the area if you explore west of Nakamise Street. Kappabashi Dougu Street sells kitchenware and handmade crockeries, which are slightly pricey but good additions to my dining set. Spent around 5 hours here.
Ueno Zoo - Oldest zoo in Japan. Houses many animals that we don't see in Singapore, like the snow monkeys and shoebills. Pandas were definitely the main attraction. We queued for 15 minutes just to see them for 3 minutes. There is a system in place so that panda viewing is not overcrowded. In total, we spent almost 5 hours here.
Ameyoko Street - Shopping street. We just walked through this stretch after Ueno Zoo when everyone was tired. It was quite a touristy place where we did not find it interesting.
Meiji Shrine - Very beautiful shrine. Everybody enjoyed the walk from Harajuku Station to the shrine. The canopy provided shade on a hot day. Coupled with the cool weather, the walk was pleasant. We were also lucky enough to be able to witness a wedding ceremony happening at the shrine while we were there. Get your Omikuji (fortune slip) for JPY200. It comes with English translation.
Harajuku - Very hip shopping street. We were just here for Marion Crepes, nothing else. But if you are into fashion, feel free to spend time shopping here. The clothes are relatively cheaper as compared to places like Uniqlo.
Shibuya - A lot of construction projects are happening now at Shibuya, so it was slightly harder to get around. We went to a planetarium, and sat down for a "show", which was all voiced in Japanese, no subtitles. Very cool even if you don't understand anything as the start of the show basically placed you right in the heart of Shibuya, and allowed you to see the skyline. The youngsters also had a chance to go to the Pokemon Centre and Disney Store to do some light shopping. Go if you like these kind of things. If not, I would recommend skipping them.
Tsukiji Market - A local, slightly more touristy fish market. A lot of fresh seafood to try. Uni (Sea urchin) was in season. The most popular items were the tamagoyaki (rolled egg omelet) and hotate (scallops). We also ate at a local sushi restaurant and I had my first horse meat sushi. The chef even advised me that I should eat it without soy sauce. Very cool experience, probably something I'll never try if I did not go to Japan.
As you can see from above, we didn't go to many places in Tokyo as the oldies were pretty much restricted by their physical abilities to take long walks. I should also share that eating out is more expensive compared to Singapore (where we are from), with each meal costing around JPY1500 or more per person.
Hokkaido (18 May - 27 May 2023)
Hokkaido was really the highlight of this trip. It was clear that everyone enjoyed Hokkaido more than Tokyo. For the domestic flights, we flew via Air Do. To get to Hokkaido, we flew from Haneda Airport to Asaikawa Airport. To get back to Tokyo, we flew from Hakodate Airport. In addition, we rented 2 cars to fit 9 people, with 10 medium to large sized luggage. The distance between each city was usually about 2 to 3 hours drive. Essentially, we went from the west of Hokkaido to the east. So.. That definitely took a long while. so I'll break down the locations by cities.
Monbetsu (18 May - 19 May 2023)
Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park - A tulip park recreated to make you feel as if you were in The Netherlands. Very pretty place especially when all the tulips were in full bloom. We spent about 2 hours here just taking pictures and taking in the view.
Takinoue Shibazakura Park - A park where everything is pink! I have never seen a place so pink. We missed the sakura season in Tokyo but managed to catch the blooming of Shibazakura instead. It is really a sight to behold. In the park, if you are able, I would recommend climbing all the way to the bell to get a stunning view of the whole place. There is also a 3 minutes helicopter ride for JPY600 per person to get an aerial view of the park.
The tulip park was the reason why we drove 3 hours to the small town of Monbetsu. I think the drive was worth it if you like looking at flowers in full bloom. On a separate note, I have been to Monbetsu on another trip in 2019. There is a crab claw statue, a sea ice musuem and a seal sanctuary to visit. The town is not as boring as one might think.
Asahikawa (19 May - 20 May 2023)
Ramen Village - Just a place where 8 ramen restaurants set up shop. I highly recommend eating shoyu ramen in Asahikawa since that's what they're famous for.
Otokoyama Sake Brewery and Museum - It's in the name! Go here if you like sake. There's free tasting. The museum portion just showcases equipment used in the brewing process. It even shows how it was brewed in the older eras. There is also a tap where anyone can collect the spring water that they use to brew the sake. So.. BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE!
Takikawa Canola Festival - We were just in time for the event. Canola (oil?) is the main export of the town of Takikawa. The festival only runs for 2 weekends. We were lucky to have been able to see this. Anyway, the festival was packed with people. So to alleviate overcrowding at the fields, the organisers did not allow people to go to the fields directly. Everybody is required to go to the festival location and take a shuttle bus to the fields. The bus timings were about 10 minutes from the next one, so even if the queue was long, we didn't wait too long. With any festival, there will always be snacks and other merchandise. Feel free to buy them and support the locals.
Furano (20 May - 21 May 2023)
Ningle Terrace - I think there were a total of 18 small craft shops in the area. Anyway, it's a place where you'll want to go after it turns dark. That's when the fairy lights come on and make it look magical. Personally, I wasn't into the crafts. But I bet they will be good decorations for your office desk or home.
Farm Tomita - A farm famous for lavender. It was raining heavily when we were there. So.. It wasn't a great experience. Coupled with the fact that lavender wasn't really in season, we could only see a small patch of purple. Potatoes here were great though! I would recommend getting some potato wedges or croquettes as snacks.
Furano Cheese Factory - We went there on a weekend. So, there was pretty much no production viewing. But no loss, since we were actually there for the pizza! The whole complex, including a pizza cafe, ice cream shop, factory and museum is nestled in a small woodland area. So you get to enjoy pizza and ice cream in the great outdoors! I highly recommend the pizzas.
Sapporo (21 May - 23 May 2023)
Tanukikoji Street - Shopping street! There's a Mega Don Quixote if anyone's interested. Otherwise it is really just another shopping street. What's cool about it is that there is also an underground mall that's linked to Susukino Station. So, you can shop above and under ground.
Nijo Market - A fish market just like Tsukiji Market but on a smaller scale. It was already past noon when we reached so most shops were closed or closing. The local shopkeepers here were friendlier though.
Odori Park - We took a 15 minutes walk from Sapporo Station to this park. It was not very impressive without sakura blooms or festivals. The iconic Sapporo TV Tower was at the head of the park. We chose not to go up the tower as we went somewhere higher.
JR Tower 36 - I believe this tower is taller than the Sapporo TV Tower. It costs JPY600 per person to ascend the tower. It offers a 360 degrees (more like 90 degrees x 4 sides) view of the city. On a clear day, you might even be able to see Otaru from the tower. You can also see the trains leaving and entering JR Sapporo Station.
Mount Moiwa - Unfortunately, it was foggy the night when we wanted to go up the mountain. So, we decided not to go. From what we researched, it offers a very pretty night view of the city.
So.. In Sapporo, we ditched the car and travelled via trains and legs, like how we did in Tokyo. Parking is expensive in bigger cities. It was a shame that we didn't get to go up to Mount Moiwa as I personally wanted to go up there. But.. There is always an alternative (maybe even better).
Otaru (23 May - 24 May 2023)
Sakaimachi Street - The biggest shopping street in Otaru. The road is lined with shops of various sizes on both sides. Highlights include a glass warehouse, the Romankan (Romance House) and the windchimes on the river. At the end of the street (or the beginning depends on where you start), is an iconic clock tower. I think it rings and blows steam out of its top every hour. Under the clock tower is my personal favourite, LeTao! Their bestseller, the cheesecakes, is the best! But I love their chocolate biscuits, The Noir, better.
Otaru Canal - You may or may not know that Otaru was a port town. The warehouses that line up beside the canal has since been transformed into shops. According to my wife, it is supposedly a pretty place to go to at night, when lights brighten the canal. But when we were there, it was a sad sight. The lights barely lit up the canal. So.. GO IN FEBRUARY when the snow light path festival is happening! There is also a gondola ride on the canal if anyone's interested. We were not.
Sankaku Market - A really small market beside Otaru Station. We had our crab lunch here! 3 crabs totaling 4.6kg for JPY45000. I think that the items sold here are relatively more expensive as this market is catered towards tourists.
Lake Toya (24 May - 25 May 2023)
Mount Usu - A volcano which last erupted in the year 2000. We took the ropeway up. Trust me! It is worth the trip. There is a terrace right beside the ropeway station where you can enjoy beautiful scenery of the lake and surrounding mountains. The youngsters also managed to climb 320 steps to go closer to the caldera of Mount Usu. While you don't see any lava, you can definitely see some smoke.
Meisui-no-Sato Rest Station - This is not really an attraction. But I wanted to give it a shoutout because it was definitely the most beautiful rest station I have ever seen. A suspension bridge links the rest station to a small forested area. And in that area is a spring! It was unexpected to see everybody enjoying a rest there and drinking spring water directly from the mountains.
The Lake Ko no Sumika - Our hotel for the night at Lake Toya. This hotel resort is situated right beside the lake. The hotel is also part of the Toya Sun Palace. If you stay in Ko no Sumika, you get access to the onsen and facilities of both hotels. But it doesn't work the other way round. So it definitely feels more exclusive. The Lake Ko no Sumika has the onsen on the 8th level, giving you an unblocked view of the lake and its beyond when you're taking a bath. For those who don't know, from April to October, a fireworks show happens every night between 8.45pm to 9.05pm. The fireworks show takes place on the lake, starting from the pier near The Lake Toya Nonokaze resort, ending in the middle of the lake, right in front of my hotel room. Did I mention that there is a balcony in every room that looks out to the lake? That's where we enjoyed the fireworks show. There is also an onsen bath in every room of the hotel for you to enjoy if you are shy about going nude in the public bath. To summarise, The Lake Ko no Sumika was luxury on another level. I highly recommend this heaven.
Hakodate (25 May - 27 May 2023)
Onuma National Park - It's actually a quasi-national park. Not sure what the difference is. But it is a beautiful park where there are bridges that link small little islands together. It'll take around 1 hour to walk the longest route and 15 minutes for the shortest. Honestly, I love this park. It was picturesque and it was also amusing to see young couples (the guy) struggling to row a boat.
Mount Hakodate - Boasts the world famous night view. While I agree that the view is beautiful, it is too packed for anyone to enjoy. Everybody is holding up their cameras and crowding near the railings for anyone to take in the scenery. Of course, to counter this, you can always pop by the restaurant or cafe and hope that you'll be assigned a seat by the window so that you can enjoy the view. I recommend that to go right before the sun sets. At the top, you'll have to choose if you want to see the sunset or the night view. Because there is no way that you'll capture both since everybody will crowd to one or the other. It'll always be more crowded when the sky turns dark and everybody is rushing to get off the mountain. So.. Be prepared to wait! Good luck!
Hakodate Morning Market - The morning market is awesome. You have access to fresh seafood and other produce. You can even haggle! We spend our 2 mornings there for breakfast. Amazing place to get delicious and slightly cheaper seafood. There is also a stall which lets you catch your own squid and they'll grill it for you. Long queue though. For reference, we had 2 crabs, weighing at 4.2kg in total for JPY37000. They'll lead you to a restaurant where they'll cook the crabs for you, for free! Don't be afraid to haggle and discuss with the shop owners.
Goryokaku - A fort turned into a park! The famous star(?) shaped park is a beautiful place. When we were there, we saw wisterias and fresh green trees. There is also a structure, which I believe was the residence of someone, which you can pay to enter. Nothing to rave about. But if you want to see some architecture in the middle of a park, you can see it here. Come here if you enjoy walking around a big park. If not, give it a miss.
To sum things up
It is safe to say that all of us enjoyed our trip to Japan. For my parents, it was their first time in Japan. Our itinerary could have been more optimised to cater to the old folks but we planned what we could. Everything else was pretty much on the fly.
While most Japanese don't speak English, they do have some basic understanding if you speak slowly and give them time to process what you said. Alternatively, learn some simple Japanese phrases. It'll make life a lot easier there. For the most part, we relied on Google Maps and Navitime apps to get around Tokyo. We googled for Mapcodes for our drive in Hokkaido.
Hope you enjoyed this lengthy trip report!
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2023.05.31 11:06 D_I_R_R_T_Y VIVID SYDNEY Mike White & Jennifer Coolidge In Conversation

If anyone is looking for tickets for the in-person event in Sydney on Saturday 10th June, I have 2 x Premium tickets (Section 3) which I'm selling as I'm no longer able to attend (I'm beyond gutted).
Please DM me if you're interested.
Join creator, writer and director of The White Lotus, Mike White, in conversation with star of the series Jennifer Coolidge. In a Vivid Sydney exclusive, these two long-term friends will do a deep dive into the power of storytelling, satire and friendship, featuring insightful and hilarious anecdotes from decades working in Hollywood. The multi-award-winning series, The White Lotus has dominated recent pop-culture, thanks to its biting wit, parody of the luxury class and the current appetite for 'eat the rich' satires. With season three on the way, Mike has transformed from a Hollywood underdog to a household name with a fascinating backstory, between writing blockbuster scripts (School of Rock, One and Only Ivan), acting, competing on both Survivor and The Amazing Race, and creating critically acclaimed films and TV series, including HBO series Enlightened. The White Lotus has also caused something of a 'Cool-naissance', with Mike creating the series around actress Jennifer Coolidge, a long-term friend who stars in both the 2021 and 2022 seasons as lost multimillionaire Tanya McQuoid. Previously known for scene-stealing roles in comedies such as American Pie, Best in Show and the Legally Blonde franchise, the actor's talents have been recently celebrated, seeing her win awards at the Golden Globes, Emmys, Critics Choice Awards and SAG Awards for her work as Tanya. In an exclusive event as part of Vivid Sydney's Global Storytellers series, the duo will discuss their career peaks and valleys and much more, in a fascinating, funny and unforgettable chat, moderated by Benjamin Law.
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2023.05.31 11:05 Low-Bag-7570 Have you ever had a dream that felt so real, you thought it actually happened?

What's the most unexpected twist in a movie or TV show that you've ever seen?
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2023.05.31 11:00 Faust09th Is it worth watching all power rangers shows?

I want to watch power rangers again because I am intrigued by the multiverse connections of the Boom Studios! comics. I was clueless when the other power rangers from other seasons showed up that I had to look at wiki to know who they are.
Is it worth my time watching all of the power rangers shows? Or can you at least recommend which seasons to watch instead? Note that I only watched MMPR tv show and its movie. Thanks
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2023.05.31 10:57 Excellent-Chef-8016 What is the impact of our beliefs and attitudes on our well-being and mental health?

What's the most valuable lesson you've learned from a book, movie or TV show?
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2023.05.31 10:55 PerformanceSoggy5554 In tv shows they miss so many gunshots?

I know I play too many video games but, and also its just movie/tv not real. Do people miss that many times ? Especially those trained with firearms ? Especially with a scope/red dot seems quite simple no?
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2023.05.31 10:54 bobobaumann Reading books because of movies/tv show

"the book was better" and it always will be. So I would like to know some movies that have inspired you to read the books. Also the best and worst, book rating not adaptation.
For me my favorite discovery was "The Magicians" series from watching the show. Both both show and books are magical and tell different stories of the same people. One doesn't ruin the other which is nice.
Worst was probably "Red Sparrow". I am sure it was my temperament at the time but I couldn't really get into the book and only made it 1/3 in.
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2023.05.31 10:52 Gulsoomroo Plex Server Error on Samsung TV

I have Plex server on my TrueNas, One LG Smart TV, three four iPhone, and iPad in my office are working well with my Plex Server, but my two Smart TVs Samsung and LG in my house are not working and server not found error shows. my house is 300 meter away from my officer and sharing same internet connection, even my mobiles. iPads and android Tablets are working fine there, only TVs are not working I have reinstalled Plex app many times, on TV other apps are working well also internet is 100mbps connection. please help me to resolve the issue.
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2023.05.31 10:48 Simple_Diamond_8969 5 to 10mg updates/concerns

Geeeezzz.. 10mg helps me sleep a little longer + better. Like I actually get tired and sleepy which is cool. But I feel high all the time. The derealization is kinda tough, I’m hyper focused and fixated on my surroundings. I’m constantly having the “Woah life is real and I’m just a person spectating my surroundings” I don’t know.. feels like a shroom trip. Anxiety has been there since I just upped my dose I know how it goes since y’all post about it a lot so I was aware that it was gonna happen so I’m not really tripping over it. Just kinda feel like high, cloudy, dazed, and woah… all the time. I’m having a lot of brain fog, memory loss, having a hard time remembering things as well. To the point where I forgot what life was like before I took Lexapro, if that makes sense. I genuinely don’t know what I felt like or was doing before Lexapro 10mg because I’m so fogged out, and I’ve only been on it since March. 3 months.
Pros: I love to clean, have energy, have motivation to gym, eat, sleep, video games, binge tv/movies, enjoy life
Cons: Feel like I just took an edible yesterday and I’m still coming down off it
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2023.05.31 10:46 godslurcher Analyze audio tracks for sonic features query

I have different Nas’s - 1 for movies, 1 for TV and 1 for music. Looking at the Plex settings in Library as I wanted to turn on the sonic features for my music (Server > Settings > Library) and for some reason my music server does not have this option and yet my tv and movie Nas’s do!!
What’s missing ?
Specs: Movies and TV READYNAS Ultra 6 Plus Plex version: Sonic features - Yes
Music READYNAS 104 Plex version: Sonic features - Not Available
Any help appreciated.
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2023.05.31 10:41 Haisoj69420 Media Recommendations

Do you know any books, movies, shows, or other media that has the military realism mixed with supernatural elements like Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid 3? Like how the Cobras and Foxhound have powers, and although it’s not normal, characters don’t get super shocked about it either.
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2023.05.31 10:40 No-Recording-3534 [Request] i just got a new TV and i want to test its colors with a good colorful movie?

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