Motovlogging Youtubers Hello

T/MIA

Wannabie Member
Nov 25, 2021
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Cb1300
Any Motovlogging Youtubers out there, just wanted to say hello and maybe lick our wounds together as it is a fickle affair
 

Dewey316

Dewey|Rides
Oct 1, 2020
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BWM F800gs / DR650 / Honda CM450E
Ya. It's a hustle. But motovlogging is what we all do and enjoy.
 

T/MIA

Wannabie Member
Nov 25, 2021
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Cb1300
Ya. It's a hustle. But motovlogging is what we all do and enjoy.
You are absolutely right, it can be tough but enjoyable too for sure, I've progressed so much in my feable editing to be barely passable now, lol
 

nophix

Where's my coffee?
Apr 15, 2012
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2015 Yamaha FJ-09
I think pretty much all of us on this site are YT Motovloggers. There may be some other platforms. It's fun, but YT is so fickle. I've dealt with them for numerous projects and podcasts outside of motovlogging and they ding you for literally everything.
 

Moto Mengy

Motovlogger from PA, USA
Mar 23, 2020
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I don't find motovlogging all that fickle. Sure we don't get a lot of views, but I'm doing it for the fun of it anyway so I don't mind so much! :cool:
 

ADVonZERO

www.youtube.com/c/adventuresonzero
May 25, 2021
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2020 HD Livewire
What do you find most challenging about motovlogging?
 

HippoDrone

Admin
Jan 2, 2017
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2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone
What do you find most challenging about motovlogging?
For me it is finding verity, trying to go to new places on new roads. It is a fun challenge, but as I use up more and more local roads, I have to go further afield to mix things up on my channel.
How about yourself?
 
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Drakhen99

The Forrest Gump of Motovloggers
Aug 31, 2020
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,I'm gonna go ahead and agree with @Roky - gear malfunctions! I've battled GoPro's Hero 10 for a while [but I think I got it fixed] lately, but have had every mishap there is - and all of the user-generated issues too.

If all the gear worked all the time, motovlogging would be easy!

I also have to agree with @HippoDrone too - variety and new topics can be hard to think up! I've gone from talking about bikes to talking about whatever, and just being goofy behind bars... and it seems to be working, so I'll keep doing that :D

-John
 

Moto Mengy

Motovlogger from PA, USA
Mar 23, 2020
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2018 Honda Goldwing Tour DCT
What do you find most challenging about motovlogging?
My answer to this is: "Growing my channel while making videos I want to make."

The types of videos I enjoy making the most usually perform the worst. The best way I've found to grow my channel is to focus on bike test ride videos, yet I much prefer exploring new roads and places. I've pretty much decided to ignore trying to "grow my channel" and to instead simply make the videos I want to make and let nature do its thing.

Motovlogging isn't an easy genre to create a profitable YT channel about. You really need to motovlog for the love of it and not for the fame or success of it. Sometimes reconciling those differences can be difficult. :cool:
 

Drakhen99

The Forrest Gump of Motovloggers
Aug 31, 2020
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road-reality.com
I ride a
2019 Harley Street Glide Special, 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 Classic (bobber), 1979 Kawasaki KZ650SR
My answer to this is: "Growing my channel while making videos I want to make."

The types of videos I enjoy making the most usually perform the worst. The best way I've found to grow my channel is to focus on bike test ride videos, yet I much prefer exploring new roads and places. I've pretty much decided to ignore trying to "grow my channel" and to instead simply make the videos I want to make and let nature do its thing.

Motovlogging isn't an easy genre to create a profitable YT channel about. You really need to motovlog for the love of it and not for the fame or success of it. Sometimes reconciling those differences can be difficult. :cool:
Dude, I feel the SAME WAY! I do about 90% vlogs, with some other stuff mixed in. The 10% non-vlog videos get 90% of the subs and views, but the vlogs are fun to make, and I use them as practice for new editing and recording techniques, so I know more about the editing and equipment reviews. THEN, I hope that people who sub for the reviews check out my vlogs, for the personality. I don't know if it works, but so far, so good.

-John
 

nophix

Where's my coffee?
Apr 15, 2012
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Stevens Point WI
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2015 Yamaha FJ-09
When your cameras/gear play up. This weekend has been a challenge for me. My external mic didn't work and half my audio only recorded on the left channel, so it's been hours of trying to fix audio.

Live and learn I suppose.
Throw it into Davinci Resolve, and you can merge the audio channels. Mine does the same, so I set the right channel to embed the left channel.
 

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