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New YouTube Channels Thread

Akshat Sehgal

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Jan 26, 2021
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Hey everyone. So recently my cubing youtube channel with over 300 subscribers got deleted because i changed my age on google, so I want to try again with a new channel. I don't have any videos yet but I post highly edited, 4k videos a lot so make sure to sub. You can expect a video from me in a couple of days or so because i have exams. Also, here is a screenshot of me getting 300 subs on my first channel.

Here is the link to the new one:
 

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povlhp

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Feb 19, 2021
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Hi,
I am planning on making some youtube videos, both on english, and on danish as well.
Just tried recording a simpler F2L guide, with bad sound, and tried to put sound on later. This is not as good, but would make it easier for produce multiple language versions of the same video. So I assume it has to be first shot sequences with OK sound, and then possible retake sequences and pick the best.

I want to record with my older Canon dSLR, and the microphone on that is not the best. So should I just record video there, and use either headset/phone to record the audio, adding it in post-processing ? I can always make a sound / clap Cornercut in front of camera to get sound/video synced.

How do people to this ?
 

PetrusQuber

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Jun 27, 2019
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Hi,
I am planning on making some youtube videos, both on english, and on danish as well.
Just tried recording a simpler F2L guide, with bad sound, and tried to put sound on later. This is not as good, but would make it easier for produce multiple language versions of the same video. So I assume it has to be first shot sequences with OK sound, and then possible retake sequences and pick the best.

I want to record with my older Canon dSLR, and the microphone on that is not the best. So should I just record video there, and use either headset/phone to record the audio, adding it in post-processing ? I can always make a sound / clap Cornercut in front of camera to get sound/video synced.

How do people to this ?
I would just have two recording devices, one for video, one for audio, and either do it twice or voice over one. Syncing them shouldn’t be too hard if they start at roughly similar times.
 
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