Yes, much better resolution. Now that you have it on YouTube it can also be easily uploaded here onto the Komm as well. That always looks better than a direct upload from phone of computer for some reason.
If you need instruction on how to do that, just pop into kommchat and ask one of the "regulars". In the meanwhile, I'll put it right here so others can enjoy.
P.S. - leading off with a hearty BOOYAH! is always a good choice.
I know you saw this in today's GMM (episode #595 Ugliest Christmas Sweaters Ever) because I could hear the wheels spinning inside your head from 3 1/2 states away. Fully expect to see video evidence or enhanced gift delivery at the Tardizooka household by next Christmas . . . and looking forward to it, as always!
Another note on your photos -- you appear to be re-posting the exact same images pretty frequently, something like every week or every other week. This is also unnecessary and clutters up our photos section with repeat images.
I suspect you might be trying to "bump" your images back onto the front page so more people see them, but I'm sure you realize this is an ultimately futile effort. Photos are, and continue to be, posted to the Kommunity often and quickly; no matter how many times you re-post yours, they will inevitably be pushed back again. Please don't continue this posting cycle such that we end up with 20 copies of each of your multiple photos (no matter how mythical they may be).
PLEEEEESE post a video of your mythical missile launcher in action!
And, if you could manage to make a launch video with a "Hello, I'm _______ from ___________, and it's time to spin the Wheel of Mythicality" outro message I will do my absolute best to make sure it gets noticed by the GMM Krew for possible use on an upcoming episode. No promises, mind you, but I do know a few folks with pull in such decisions.
You recently sent a series of links to Kommunity members via the GMM fan group, personal page, and through comments on your own photos. Please be advised that you should not send out mass messages via Groups or Private Inbox Message that promote any materials, including your own, for the sole purpose of increasing visibility/view count or popularity. It can be considered spam when you send a link to a large group of people who are not your friends or otherwise don't know you, and it's worse when you do it repeatedly via several different venues.