Using multiple cameras give the ability to cut out boring bits where you are not talking, or cut into bits where you are yet retain the helmet footage of beautiful scenery or a nice set of corners!
I would also say to keep a backup of the final video. You never know when YouTube will delete the video or the entire channel.Always always save a copy of your recording to either your desktop or hard drive before editing. My wife and I were filming our son in the backyard, we ran out of space on the camera and I assumed that the footage on the camera was already uploaded into our external hard drive. Not the case, I had already spent about an hour editing that footage directly from the SD card and after deleting it the project I created was complete wash.
Soooo very true... but sometimes my song comes on and then I'm like... oooppppssss... it's just something I incorporate into my edits. lolOne thing I will do is repeat some things that I say 2 or 3 times. If you stumble on your words don't sweat it, just say it again until you get it right! Also talk louder than normal, there are many vloggers who I can't understand because they are talking too soft for me to hear them clearly.
You're 100% correct. The more engagement there is the higher value your views are to advertisers. The more money YouTube is making off your video, the more they will push it.
Yeah the youtube compress is really bad. Even if you download it from the youtube studio. Doing compilation videos after a year with videos you no longer have really is difficult with that low quality youtube compressionThis is the only thing I keep hold of for this reason, and the fact that YouTube compresses my video to buggery haha!