The dataset viewer is not available for this dataset.
Cannot get the config names for the dataset.
Error code:   ConfigNamesError
Exception:    DataFilesNotFoundError
Message:      No (supported) data files found in gate369/youtube-ascii
Traceback:    Traceback (most recent call last):
                File "/src/services/worker/src/worker/job_runners/dataset/", line 73, in compute_config_names_response
                  config_names = get_dataset_config_names(
                File "/src/services/worker/.venv/lib/python3.9/site-packages/datasets/", line 347, in get_dataset_config_names
                  dataset_module = dataset_module_factory(
                File "/src/services/worker/.venv/lib/python3.9/site-packages/datasets/", line 1904, in dataset_module_factory
                  raise e1 from None
                File "/src/services/worker/.venv/lib/python3.9/site-packages/datasets/", line 1885, in dataset_module_factory
                  return HubDatasetModuleFactoryWithoutScript(
                File "/src/services/worker/.venv/lib/python3.9/site-packages/datasets/", line 1270, in get_module
                  module_name, default_builder_kwargs = infer_module_for_data_files(
                File "/src/services/worker/.venv/lib/python3.9/site-packages/datasets/", line 597, in infer_module_for_data_files
                  raise DataFilesNotFoundError("No (supported) data files found" + (f" in {path}" if path else ""))
              datasets.exceptions.DataFilesNotFoundError: No (supported) data files found in gate369/youtube-ascii

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This dataset contains a unique and creative collection of YouTube videos transformed into ASCII art. Each video has been meticulously converted frame-by-frame at 30 frames per second, resulting in a captivating animation of text characters. The ASCII art dimensions for each frame are set at 60 characters in height and 80 characters in width, creating a distinct and retro-style representation of the original video content. This dataset offers a novel way to explore and analyze video data, combining art and technology in a fascinating manner."

#The image is converyed to grey scale and the pixels are save from darkest to lightest. Symbols used include: "(@), ('), (,), (^), (*), (+), (-), (:), (c), ($), (|), (`), (~), (?), (.), ( )"

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