What it is
https://videoscan.net/ finds burps (and a bunch of other random sounds) in videos on youtube-like websites.
Currently youtube videos, twitch past broadcasts, and facebook videos are supported, with plans to support other sites in the future.
How it works is it analyses the video and finds the parts most likely to contain burping. Then you can play back the video and it will automatically skip through the clips, playing back the parts that might be a burp.
How to use videoscan.net
After making an account and subscribing, you’ll be brought to a page where you can submit URLs for scanning.
Add one or more URLs separated by spaces or new lines. When you’re ready, click submit to start processing. Each video will take a few minutes to process, about 10-20 on average but sometimes a bit longer. Refresh the page to check processing status. When the status shows ‘ready’, you can click the link and watch the video. If the video shows ‘error’, the video might have been deleted from youtube/twitch, or it might not be publicly accessible.
A playlist can either be a youtube playlist, a youtube channel URL or a twitch channel URL. Adding a playlist will automatically add the specified number of videos to your list in playlist order, or chronological order for channel URLs.
You can store up to 100 videos in your list, after which the oldest videos will be deleted as you add new ones.
You can control how much of a video will be played back to you ranging from 1% - 30% of the length of the video. The accuracy is approximately: At 1% of the video you’ll find about 50% of the burps. 5% of the video finds 70% of burps. 15% of the video finds 80% of burps, 30% of the video will find more than 90% of burps. Basically, choose a lower value if you want to get through the video quickly, while a higher value will be more likely to find more burps.
A subscription to videoscan.net costs $8 per month. You can cancel at any time, and if you cancel you’ll still be able to use the site for as many days as you have remaining. If you’ve never used videoscan.net before and would like to check it out first, send me a message and I’ll give you a couple of days free trial.
Privacy, security, and other concerns
videoscan.net uses Stripe for payment processing. If you haven’t heard of Stripe before, it’s something similar to PayPal. They are widely used and you can trust them with your data.
videoscan.net is a SFW sound detection site and won’t ever be anything else. You’ll never be sent any emails or etc about sexuality or fetishes. It is a separate site entirely from bfforums.
If you choose to subscribe, the subscription will appear on your bank statement as ‘VS media processing’.
Paying with crypto
If you still want more anonymity, you can pay with crypto too. Send me a message and we’ll set it up, or if you’re new to crypto I can show you how it works.
I’m usually happy to give a refund if there’s any problem. Send me a message if so and we’ll sort it out.
Bugs and feature requests
New features will continually be added for as long as people find the site useful. If you run into a bug or have an idea for a feature, feel free to send me a message or post it in this thread.
How does videoscan.net really work?
For the sake of transparency: If you know a bit about computers and programming, you might be able to set something up for yourself rather than using videoscan. I would argue that it’s more time efficient to use my site (that’s my sales pitch) but if you want to try yourself, here are a few links to some programs and libraries: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7