whoa is this done by single frames or with a program?
Anyone have the link for this?
not saying i could do it or would want to, but it seems like it'd be easy…
1.) screen cap the video
2.) use many free and easy to use image to ascii converters
am i wrong?
NO ONE CARES if you digg this. FYI.
hey mugsywwiii seems you care enough to post that you don't care oh and FYI we don't care that you don't care.
Lol. Someone has too much time on their hands.
Very much agreed. That's exactly what I thought of, too.
i don't even have anything witty to say about it…
in fact, i don't even know why i left the comment i made directly below this one.
In your world everyone has too much time on their hands because nobody has invented fire or the wheel yet. too busy doing those non creative things you think people should do instead of having "too much time on their hands"
thanks to those that dugg 🙂
oooor it was just generated automatically.
Ya. That's pretty much it… Looks like this video is from some external site. Very cool still.
THEY'RE JUST THAT AWESOME!!!
man, thats incontinantly impressive!
i'm kinda confused by this whole thing where people are randomly creating intensely complicated contraptions to produce something where the product is kinda backward to progression of cutting edge creativity..
i guess thats its appeal 😛
if your wondering what a video looks like in ASCII, download the Videolan player and start it with these arguments from the commandline: vlc vout caca VIDEONAME.avi
urg, youtube removes "-" so it should be
"vlc -vout caca VIDEONAME.avi"
if they remove it even within qoutes this post wont make much sense however 🙂
@captj He'd have to individually convert every frame of video
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Link for download please !!!
This is developed by VBA developer Svetozar Batoev and with this he has bought himself Excel Hall of Fame ticket for sure.
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