Worst fucking /diy/ youtubers?
This sermon demon comes to mind
>Everything looks like shit
>So many mistakes
>All her subs only follow cause "MUH VAGINA!"
>Annoying Cuck Swedish accent
>I'm so threatened by this petite femme that I just have to bash her on an anonymous imageboard, and she scares me so goddamn much I won't even mention who she is or link to her!
I needed a good laugh at your expense OP, thanks for that.
I hate youtube videos where the author retro-actively corrects a mistake in something they said via annotation.
"I actually meant millivolts there, not kilovolts, oopsie, my bad lol!", etc...
They should correct themselves verbally, with their mouth and vocal chords, there and then. If they can't do that, or don't notice, then they have ruined that take and need to do it again.
My enthusiasm wanes if I see one of those, makes me lose faith and respect in the author.
DESU I think having a reputation for doing that is pretty bad in itself.
They should watch the video and scrutinise it before they edit and publish. Like anything else in that vein really.
That excuse wouldn't fly with a Hollywood film or a rock album, etc. All it takes is some discipline and pride. As you're the one bringing reputation into this - I'd have thought you'd appreciate that.
His videos are unbearable, spouting out pretend words every sentence. And his fanbase seems to be completely cuckolded manchildren following his pretend word typing his memequotes.
You sound like one of those autists who hold everything to impossibly high standards.
What's impossible about knowing what you're talking about and/or doing re-takes and edits for some bits?
That was considered normal before the selfie generation decided that effort was for fags.
Personally, I'd rather the video was correct in the first place: not all formats display annotations (mobile, STB, consoles, smart TV, etc. all seem to ignore them), and there's no reason to assume the viewer is looking at them.
They've still got the source, no? No reason they can't re-cut it.
Hell, Keith Floyd shot almost all his cooks as one-take, and that still didn't stop him using a lookie and a voiceover if he'd got something wrong or left off something important.
It's sometimes Boobs-entertaining to watch her woodwork in light dressings.
I usually turn off annotations before the videos start as they impact the viewing experience negatively, obstructing the view mainly. And if you watch enough videos the crap annotations (subscribe, give me a like, memetic bullshit) overwhelm the positive ones, like linking to other video complimenting the topic.
Fixing crucial mistakes in annotations is just disrecpectfull to the viewer in my opinion, since its so easily a dismissed feature. If the first annotation you see on a video is irrelevent, quirky nonsense, chances are im turning it off right now and subsequent annotations wont be visible.
Good youtubers either do a voiceover correcting, or add text in the rendered video itself pointing out the mistake.
Not to mention annotations arent permanent - video gets reuploaded - theyre gone, the mistake stays forever.
"Kip Kedersha, better known as Kipkay is an American author of how-to videos. As of 2008, Kip Kedersha is the all-time top-grossing Metacafe user with earning more than $120,000 for his series of instructional videos."
"I like to make stuff" complete shit tier, talks too fucking fast, does shitty projects that come out shitty and tells us how to make it better than he made it because he knows its shit.
Lynn is tolerable, but you're right, a lot of her projects look bad up close, but shes got a lot of much better gear than me, not sure if rockler sends her shit for free or what.. if so, that must be a benefit to having an accent and a pussy while doing woodworking.
April Wilkerson is shit, would rather watch Lynn.
Kip Kay is shit.
Crazy Russian Hacker is shit.
Awe Me is shit, half the time.
the list of shit youtubers is vast, but these are the ones that I either don't watch or feel dirty afterwards.