Nature Flavors

Posted on Oct 09, 2017

I recently got back from a 40-hour drive through Canada. More specifically, British Columbia and Yukon. Seeing the immense mountains, vast forests, and snowy paths are certainly inspiring. Spending nights in small cabins on the edge of a lake surrounded by mountains is a life-changing experience. Check out some of the views:

I'd love to bring back nature desktops. Mark and I will be compiling some nature shots and putting them together to post on the site, likely some time next year.

There is also another thing I want to mention. Much of the internet in the past was made of Adobe Flash. These days, it's being replaced and becoming less and less common. Adobe plans to completely end support by 2020. If you don't know what that means, it simply means that some of our older, legacy videos will not be supported by modern browsers. Google has already stopped supporting Flash at the end of 2016. While we look into alternate solutions for our older videos, if you find yourself unable to view them, you may want to try some of these solutions:

If that doesn't work for you, you may need to download the video and play it in a player that supports those formats.



Member Comments (1)

dudeski • 9 months ago
I dig the nature pics. I download the videos, whether 720P or 1080P into a folder and then drag into a video converter product called Kigo Video Converter. Mind you this is for Mac only. The conversion is not only is compatible, it reduces the size of the video by 60 percent. I convert to X264 auto size to 1920 X 1080 AAC Stereo 46000 AZ. I then copy the DD videos to a USB stick into my blue ray player under HDMI 2. The result is stunning DD videos on my new Sony 65 Inch LED - 2160p - 4K HDR - model. XBR65X900E. The quality of the videos become vary apparent.

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