I’ve been lately watching some video clips on Youtube, specially tutorials and other videos like that. Now I’m rather picky when it comes to what a good tutorial needs to contain.
For me it requires a human telling me what the tutorial is all about, and tells what to do in a rather slow pace. Now there is some possibly good tutorials that doesn’t conform to my strict requirements, but I do need to say this: If you want thumbs up from me on a youtube tutorial clip then make sure to tell me what to do. I’m almost blind ffs! But no. They have to post the text in notepad, or another crappy text editor, and speed through the tutorial which means that many people with handicaps doesn’t stand a chance to follow. And worst of all, in over 90%+ of the cases they choose to put a crappy song as audio.
And then we have those video clips from video games. I don’t mind them, but why the hell does the authors put a lousy song or two to replace the game audio? That just isn’t right. Those video clips does in 101% of the cases get a thumbs down from me. Because if they would got a little more balls to provide the game audio then they would’ve got more views, and thumbs up from people like me.
If I want to hear a crappy tune then I start my radio, because there are 99 times better music there anyways, but a lousy youtube clip ain’t got one!