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The seax was a weapon common during Anglo-Saxon times but was also in use during the early Viking-age. While mostly a simple weapon produced locally by many blacksmiths, more elaborate pattern-welded seaxes have been found as well. In this series, I will be forging a Viking pattern-welded broad seax and show all the steps from preparing the material, to drawing out the bevel on the anvil to heat treating and polishing it. In Episode 5, I have started over again and will draw out the edge billet, forge weld the sword together and then reestablish the tip. I will also stress test my welds and do as much as I can to overdetermine success. A big thank you to the following Patreon patrons: Andrew Hecker Graham Bullard Jeremy Letheule László Várady Nathan Webb Ryan Hurst Support me: https://www.patreon.com/nielsprovos Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/mintwart Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NielsProvos Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NielsProvos Filmed on a Sony PXW‑FS7. Color grading in DaVinci Resolve.
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Presented in full 4K and HDR for those with compatible displays, devices and phones (and standard SDR for everyone else), here's John's complete tech analysis of the beautiful Frozen Wilds DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn. Subscribe for more Digital Foundry: http://bit.ly/DFSubscribe DF Patreon supporters can grab the original source file in full 4K HDR right here. It's well worth the download: https://www.digitalfoundry.net/2017-11-24-4k-hdr-horizon-the-frozen-dawn-tech-analysis
Real HDR, no commentary, PS4 Pro, boost mode, clean 5.1 sound. Gameplay of Nex Machina to PlayStation 4 Pro. 4K 60fps. For view HDR your display/TV and YouTube application must support HDR10 (VP9 Profile 2 codec). Otherwise you see HDR to SDR conversion.
Nex Machina is a shoot 'em up video game developed and published by Housemarque. The game was released in June 2017 for the PlayStation 4 video game console and Windows-based personal computers. Tentatively known as The Jarvis Project during development, veteran arcade game designer Eugene Jarvis served as a creative consultant on the project.
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