Commons:Audio and video requests

English: This page is for requesting audio or video files. For requested images, see Commons:Picture requests.
فارسی: این صفحه جهت درخواست‌های صوتی یا ویدئویی می‌باشد. در صورتی که درخواستی برای تصاویر دارید، درخواست‌های تصاویر را مشاهده نمائید.


See also Wikipedia:Requested recordings

Audio requestsEdit

  • Melody of minstrel show tune Jump Jim Crow (early 1800's, USA) brooke westover

NatureEdit

  • Sound of a bumblebee's buzzing/flight. Richard001 03:12, 9 July 2007 (UTC)
  • Sound of a cat's meow and a cat hissing (User: Andrea)
  • Vocalisations of the Tasmanian Devil. --Malkinann (talk) 23:18, 1 September 2010 (UTC)

SyntheticEdit

  • Classical, old-style modem screech, not any of that fancy telebit crap
  • The 'ping' before Finnish railway station announcements.
  • audio of a bombing raid siren.
  • The sound of a dot-matrix printer printing several lines of text Leevclarke 21:50, 19 March 2008 (UTC), try this one Star-LC-10-printer-01.ogg - Priwo (talk) 19:17, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
  • Telebit PEP modem sounds. From The Jargon File:

Whalesong:
The peculiar clicking and whooshing sounds made by a PEP modem such as the Telebit Trailblazer as it tries to synchronize with another PEP modem for their special high-speed mode. This sound isn't anything like the normal two-tone handshake between conventional V-series modems and is instantly recognizable to anyone who has heard it more than once. It sounds, in fact, very much like whale songs. This noise is also called "the moose call" or "moose tones".

Cstaffa (talk) 16:40, 21 July 2008 (UTC)
  • Some psychoacoustical stimuli: pure tones, tone complexes, clicks, multichannel noise with varying properties, examples for sound localization etc. If this is the sort of thing you can do, contact me & I'll put together some specs.  — Mike.lifeguard 23:19, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

MusicEdit

Language (pronunciations)Edit

EnglishEdit

Other languagesEdit

  • Chinese pinyin pronunciation chart. All initial in order, like b p m f d t n l ... --CenkX (talk) 04:13, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
  • Person pronouncing "sawasdee," a Thai greeting. Also, please insert it in w:Thai_greeting. Thanks! --92.104.153.110 07:34, 8 August 2008 (UTC)Kenny Pabalate

See alsoEdit

  • The voice intro project, asking the subjects of Wikipedia articles (in any language) to record their own spoken voice (in any language in which they are comfortable).

Video requestsEdit

SportsEdit

association footballEdit

BMXEdit

Boxing punchesEdit

FencingEdit

Figure skating jumpsEdit

GolfEdit

  • tee shot

High jumpEdit

Skateboarding tricksEdit

Sport stackingEdit

Dances (especially Ballroom dances)Edit

OthersEdit

Uploaded at File:Brazil at War (1943).ogv. mahanga (talk) 03:02, 14 May 2010 (UTC)
  • Looking for some clips of walking through a forest, both during day- and night-time if possible. 13:53, 21 May 2010 (UTC)
  • Do we have simple clips of certain musical instruments being played, e.g. a gitar or piano or flute being played? It would be great to have those videos and put them in the respective pages of the instruments in Wikipedia to really show how they're played. Sentausa (talk) 13:00, 15 December 2010 (UTC)
  • I've been working on the Wikipedia article "Rattlesnake" and am trying to find some high-quality, free video that shows a rattlesnake (preferably in a natural, rather than captive, setting) shaking its rattle as a warning. Video of a bite/ingestion, reproduction, or anything else covered in the article would also be very useful. Please contact me on my talk page if you can help with this. -- Jrtayloriv (talk) 06:43, 4 June 2011 (UTC)
  • Please help me convert and upload this clip of firefights from the Second Battle of Fallujah. Palm dogg (talk) 02:14, 21 March 2012 (UTC)
    • Responded on talk page. odder (talk) 11:29, 21 March 2012 (UTC)
  • I'd like to use http://archive.org/details/Blacksmith in http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Down%27n%27dirty_Blacksmithing , so one solution would be for someone to upload it (with appropriate documentation of the fact that Internet Archive tagged it with the Creative Commons Public Domain dedication). If that's the right way to go about it, perhaps someone could explain to me how I go about doing so. There are other conceivable solutions that might be more efficient (by eliminating replication of files across archives or allowing the content developer (eg., me) to handle the linkage directly), so if this isn't The Right Way, please point out what that would be. --Wcoole (talk) 20:16, 27 December 2012 (UTC)
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