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How can I quickly find and/or download an archived video "as soon as possible" after a live show?
Here are 1 through 5 on finding an Archive
1. OF COURSE, the best is to see all shows LIVE. Then your energy is a part of the show.
2. All shows are recorded on http://www.ustream.tv/nevernothere 20 pages makes about 80 shows with about 160 hours of video. These are up there no matter what happened in the show. If it crashed the archive for that show is in several pieces, labeled A - B - C etc and the guest name and the date. These are "as-is" raw files, and they may have sound and other defects. The advantage is that they are up there immediately, no matter what.
3. If the show came out in one piece and the sound is pretty good, I will put it up on http://www.livestream.com/nevernothere it will come up on the endless loop of the auto-pilot, and it will be under the VOD, Video on Demand button. Again, if the quality has too many defects, I don't bother to put it up on Livestream.
4. If the video is pretty good as is, and is probably already on Livestream, I will also put it onto http://blip.tv/search?q=nevernothere Watching on Blip instead of Livestream or Ustream avoids any commercials that come on the lower 25% of the screen.
5. When a video is really "Blessed", then I fix it, taking out the pauses, major feedback, and crashes (pasting it back together) and I improve the sound as best as I can. Then the show goes onto Viddler: http://www.viddler.com/explore/clearsighttv/videos/ and finally that show is embedded onto these website pages under a "teacher button". Downloading is free from Viddler, (but you must be logged in which means creating an account).
If a show has just too many defects (mostly with the audio) then it is a lost cause, and it bites the dust. A couple were a mess. I don't have that much energy to resurrect the dead.