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Open Content Manager Wanted

Discussion in 'Job Postings' started by Sporadic, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. Sporadic Site Dev / Owner Director

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    Do you love our community? Do you have a passion for anime? Do you have a strong desire to make this the best dubbed anime website online? Then you may be who we are looking for. We are currently looking for one, maybe two content managers to help add, fix and manage anime series / movies / specials. We are currently an uploading team of 6 people. With Rodrule gone and the recent Videoslasher closure we are very busy mostly dedicating our time now to the VS fixes. Thus we find ourselves in need of extra people to help with adding new releases and possibly assisting in remote URL uploading the VS fixes.

    Content Manager - Key Responsibilities:

    - Upload new anime series, movies and specials
    - Fix broken anime episodes/series.
    - Managing reported content
    - Managing Requests
    - Occasionally providing fixes for volunteer submissions

    Required Experience:

    - Very basic HTML or willing to learn basic HTML.
    - Good communication skills.
    - Great work ethic.

    Additional Information:

    - Experience a plus, maturity a must.
    - VOLUNTEER WORK. All positions are unpaid.
    - All content managers should have a good internet connection.
    - Available at least 10-14 hours a week online.
    - Must have a hdd large enough to fill a few dozen series and keep them for later fixes.

    How to Apply:

    If you are interested please send me an PM with the position you are applying for (Content Manager) as the subject.

    If you have previous experience please list that in the PM with examples of previous work if possible. Being an active presence in the community’s forum is a huge bonus, although it is not required. Please include whether or not you have uploaded videos in the past. Please include any computer skills that set you apart from another applicant (ie. experience in video editing, rendering and encoding etc.)

    Applications will remain open until we fill the positions.
     
    #1 Sporadic, Feb 11, 2014
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  2. Sporadic Site Dev / Owner Director

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    Bump. We need an extra CM. Applications will close two weeks from today.
     
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    how can people learn to do that?
     
  4. Sporadic Site Dev / Owner Director

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    With the guides we have it's actually very easy.

    We are actually looking for two more uploaders if anyone is interested.
     
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    how large of a hard drive to we need to have? i am interested in content managing i have a 160gb drive, a 500gb drive plus my computers 400gb drive would that be enough storage. i also have 51 complete up to date anime's already on one of my drives. my internet is verizon fios quantum. i have tweaked the router s setting for maximum speed even through wifi.
    i went to parkway west CTC for Information Technology Essentials. i am at the advanced level in computer repair and networking. parkway had us go through all glasses the first year for IT that included digital muti-media.
     
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    @Laximus @Sporadic said to go ahead and set them up with your trial. @alexis4 Lax will be able to help you with any questions you have. We have been busy and Spor hasn't had the chance to log on today, he probably wont be on til we get back from our appointment tomorrow.
    Thanks
     
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    How those stuff with i like to learn
     
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    To be on the safe side, go with your biggest hard drive for the anime storage. Unless you do a lot of gaming (I'm actually at 800 GB of game data, so I'm saving up for a 2 TB SSD drive) or have a lot of large programs (roughly 5 -10 GB of program data), you may never have to worry about storage. It also depends on the quality too. If they're Blu-Ray (720p/1080p) rips, you'll be using up a lot more space than DVD (480p) rips. If you're not sure, then a 1 or 2 TB drive should be large enough to still expand your library while at the same time provide sufficient space for some high quality (720/1080p) rips if you have them.

    A quick check on a Blu-ray version of Clannad After Story, Disc 2 containing episodes 9 - 16, hybrid (Japanese and English audio), and 1 commentary video, and no additional bonus content on the disc has about 40.5 GB of data (on disc). So I would say about 20 - 24 GB is the English Dubbed data (and the commentary video), and maybe .5 GB is just disc programming (menus, FBI piracy warning, etc). So you can use that as a rough guide for what you may require. Could be smaller depending on the file and again, quality of video.
     
  9. Sporadic Site Dev / Owner Director

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    Yeah, having a large drive is better when you're downloading untouched bd quality. But after you encode them to mp4 the amount of space they take up is significantly smaller.
     
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    ok thank i will be getting a new computer in february with a 1tb drive in it!
     
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    I just got done with Elfen Lied. Enjoy.
     
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    This job listing is active again. PM me for more details.
     

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