There's no zoom feature, it's just making the video feed bigger on your screen. Same thing as hitting the full screen function on the Walt stream.the other camera has the zoom function as well which is nice..
too bad SU didnt spend the extra $20 for a big time camera setup to record the project.
considering that we are talking about $100 for software in a $20 million project. There are companies where you just subscribe the feed too and then you get all sorts of bells and whistles, like zoom, pan, rewind.There are like 5 of us that are actually watching the stream, I don't think it's worth the investment.
Based on participation in this thread, I think at a minimum, we haveI'd say there's at least 6. I've been lurking all this time.
C’mon man I have 2 screens streaming 10 hours per day.Based on participation in this thread, I think at a minimum, we have
i suspect there are many others, lurkers and posters.
Back to the project. Saw a really long, skinny (maybe 80 feet?) dark piece of steel brought over by Walt from what appeared to be the storage area near Heroy to the Irving Ave storage area, next Walt.
What the heck is it? I am going to speculate it is a special temporary support piece That will be used to join temporary support triangles to make them more stable.
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The big top rail piece is still not in place in the northeast corner. Looks like they are having some trouble getting it into position.