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Cubing for Fun
Hi, Gong’s Brand Cube here,

I have a small cubing channel and I upload at least weekly, but currently I’m working on 2 time consuming projects.

Would very much appreciate if you took a sneak peak at my channel.


I put a lot of effort into it and yes I do edit the videos.

My channel doesn’t feature the regular “Unboxings, Reviews and Tutorials’’ I’m trying to be unique and uploading videos other than that but feel free to subscribe or watch my videos.

Hope you enjoy

It’s not compulsory to subscribe, it’s your own choice but I hope you made the right decision to click on my channel.
 

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Now I have been doing youtube for a while now and is running low on ideas, I decided that it would be a good idea to ask people on forums what they would like to see so I can better make content to for certain people. Thank you in advance!
 

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I suggest finding a YTer you like to watch, and emulating their video style. Some do challenges, some do tutorials, some talk about random stuff, etc.
Also maybe slow down on the pace, too many videos can be bad, you’ll run out of ideas quicker, and sometimes it gives people the impression your upload schedule means most of your videos are low quality.
 
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I suggest finding a YTer you like to watch, and emulating their video style. Some do challenges, some do tutorials, some talk about random stuff, etc.
Also maybe slow down on the pace, too many videos can be bad, you’ll run out of ideas quicker, and sometimes it gives people the impression your upload schedule means most of your videos are low quality.
Okay thanks for the tips, do you think 2 times a week is fine? And should post solve videos?
 

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Okay thanks for the tips, do you think 2 times a week is fine? And should post solve videos?
I think thats OK, remember if you feel pressured, and the video isn’t good enough by your standards, don’t release it. Just spend some time on it. Solve videos are OK, but think: ‘Would I want to watch this as a subscriber?’ Try to make it interesting, add commentary, etc.
 

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I think thats OK, remember if you feel pressured, and the video isn’t good enough by your standards, don’t release it. Just spend some time on it. Solve videos are OK but think: ‘Would I want to watch this as a subscriber?’ Try to make it interesting, add commentary, etc.
thanks for the advice, I just got really good video editing software on my computer so now I will spend more time on videos and do quality over quantity
 

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Here's my channel, I post fairly regularly (Around 1 or 2 times a week) and the content ranges from unboxings review, tutorials, ect..


 

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Ive been making video for a while but I’ve only recently started to make good videos. I post somewhat of a variety of video but mainly cube related. Km trying to grow my channel so please check it out. I try to post a least one video a week.
 

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IMovie is apparently really good and it's free. CSH uses it.

I use Adobe Premier Elements. It's not free, and not on iPhone, but really good.
I don’t know about iMovie too much, but for me, it’s absolutely trash. I think it’s designed for Mac or something, and they just threw it together for the iPad and iPhone. It can only cut clips, trim them, add filters, titles which can’t be controlled, and that’s it. I’m still on the hunt for a good, free, no water mark editor. I used Filmora Go for the last video, which is pretty good, but has a watermark. I guess I could pay the extra couple of pounds to remove it.
 
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