Let us ignore the potential new rule of this potential new platform that reuploads are forbidden, just because a person named DSP uploads 100 videos a day. Damn detractor-platform which doesn't exist right now.

So because some d00ds did an autistic job of finding his current adress (google it for yourself you sick fucks) and because a Phil would choose the

fastest and most expensive internet, and I couldn't find any information on his real provider, I will just guess he uses Xfinity-cable. The local download speed is 200 Mb/s but should be

150 Mb/s or 250 Mb/s, so I would guess his shitty socket is already included and he uses the "Blast!Pro" package. Thank you, internet. So his upload speed should be

**10 Mbit/s** which can stay how it is. It's also easier to calculate.

Right now he has

**50.705 videos** on his channel. Fuck-a-dudel-du. Not even the most popular Youtubers need that many videos and all of it is still garbage. Even our german #1 gamer Gronkh has a little bit over

10.300 videos but 4.7 million subscribers. But I digress.

So how much precious space does all his videos waste? Depends on the filetype but basically everybody chooses mp4 when recording with OBS, especially on high definition 1080p+. Let's just say he uses this type for 10 years.

Now I need one video with a typical average length to estimate the total length of all his videos (and because I can't find any data on this).

But there is a website that gives informations on average videolength, which is quite helpful. So when I put in his Ni No Kuni 2 playlist we get 11 minutes and 43 seconds. His Secret of Mana videos have an average length of around 12 minutes. Now for the fun part ... a Street Fighter playlist gives us around 5 minutes. And maybe an older playlist: Alien Isolation with around 11 minutes. I would just say his average videolength is

**12 minutes**. The Street Fighters are kinda compensated by a few far too long announcements, special episodes and prestreams.

So I start my video downloading software for a typical 12 minute video of him in 1080p (mp4) and it says the video is

**371 MB** big.

Now we have all the informations we need. Well, at least for step 1.

371 MB x 50705 videos = 18.811.555 MB = 18.811 GB = 18,81 TB.

And because

@johnny5150 did a fine job

with his screenshots he probably got

one of these hard drives. It also sounds like he bought Seagate HDs for years so let us assume he stores his timewasters on these 2 TB plates.

** So he should have around 9 of them and needs to buy a tenth now**. Which also means he paid

__at least__ $800 in total for his externals.

Okay, when he uploads with 10 MB/s he should need a total of:

18.811.555 MB / 10 MB/s = 1.881.155 s = 31.352,58 min = 522,54 hours =

**21,77 days...**
... of constant upload, without any drops (they will happen), without any Youtube-screwups (this will happen), without any break.

But this is unrealistic. First of, let us fix the upload-speed because this speed can't be reliable for nearly 22 days. He seems to upload multiple videos at once which is super counter productive but I highly doubt he would do that for thousands of reuploads (and there is also no proof he really does that, as far as I know). So we could say 8 Mb/s? Not quite. This is not how uploads on Youtube work. When Twitch exports streams to Youtube this goes faaaast, but maybe because they have an agreement. If for example I upload on youtube I can't use my full 12 MB/s upload. This would mean I need 36 seconds for a 430 MB video, but it's not.

It's 5 minutes, which means it's rather

**1,5 Mb/s**. Let's also use that speed for Phil.

So we get 209.017,28 minutes =

** 3.483,62 hours** =

**145,15 days = 4,84 month**
It's

**unpossible** to upload that without breaks. Phil streams, needs to sleep and do other stuff. For example watch wrestling and Netflix. So how much time has an average Phil per day? Let's watch his still ugly schedules:

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I doubt he starts his uploads after he wakes up because he needs to be on time in his stream. Let's see.

His last prestream was 22 hours ago. This is also where GoW started.

His first Yakuza episode was 17 hours ago. The difference is around 5 hours. This fits exactly this schedule. He uploads during his breaks, I would say.

But does he need all this time? Let's use the 1,5 Mb/s.

15 videos x 371 MB = 5.565 MB

Upload time: 5565 / 1,5 = 3.710 s = 62 min ~ 1 hour

**.**
He doesn't need the full 5 hours so we could give him the benefit of the gout and say he uploads the old videos during his break, minus 1 hour because he don't want to miss his own second stream. So from these 5 hours we grant him

**3 hours during his breaks**. But we need to add the 1 hour additional upload after the second stream. Or in cold numbers:

24 h - 3 h (1st stream) - 3 h (2nd stream) - 2 h (upload & buffer) - 1 h (upload) =

**15 hours**.

So we have seen him using Twitter at very ... odd times of the day, or rather night. I just say he is awake until 2am because to hell with it. Should be average enough. The time in between bedtime and start of the first stream doesn't matter because I doubt he uploads something during this time. So he "loses" around 8 more hours.

15 hours - 8 =

**7**__ hours__ per day to upload old garbage.

Now we have two options. Does he upload during lunch, sleep, Netflix (15 hours)

__or__ does he decides to upload only when he's ready to work his ass by babysitting his uploads (7 hours)? Well, he can't let his computer run for a month. He needs to shut it down once per day. So we take the sleep away, add an additional hour for preparations (go to bed, go out of bed) and we end with:

15 h - 9 h =

**6**** hours/Day.** Let us stick with that number because I'm sick of my own created monster, I can't control it.

Let's wrap it up.

If each day as 6 hours (= 21.600 s) and he can upload 1,5 Mb/s, he can upload 32.400 MB per day. With 18.811.555 MB he needs 580,6 days to finish all past uploads. Which equals

**1 year and 7 month**.

Or:

If he would have only 12/24 hours he needs double time.

And with

**6**/24 hours he needs

**quadruple** time.

__13.934,48 h = 580,6 d = 19,35 month = 1 year, 7 month__
Same result as before, different way, so I think my math is right.

But beware! This is only the time when he would upload his videos

__right now__.

There would be another 20.000 videos when "the event" starts which adds up to even over 2 years.

So in short:

Phil won't upload every single project. Math disagrees.

(small edit done for the total month because for some stupid reason I thought a month has 60 days. This makes everything even worse)