Here's a popular YouTube technique that you see all the time, and for good reason. It's one of the easiest methods to execute, and provides three great solutions to common direct-to-camera problems. The solutions are listed in the timecode/table of contents down below as well as other parts of the video encase you want to just skip around.
**1. Introduction (0:12)**
**2. Solution #1: It eases memorization. (1:09)**
**3. Solution #2: You're allowed to mess up as many times as you want. (1:36)**
**4. Solution #3: It cuts out dead space and improves pacing. (2:29)**
**5. Common problems/mistakes and how to fix them (3:00)**
**6. Problem #1: Not speaking with confidence. (3:46)**
**7. Problem #2: Clip timing .(4:16)**
**8. Problem #3: Framing. (5:07)**
**9. Video Editing Walkthrough (6:18)**
if you have a niche or editing topic or general question you'd like covered, or even if you have some overall feedback, please let us know in the comments.
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@CharlesLiu very helpful
first time we get to see charles on camera, nice work dude
Should perhaps pin that
I see many people in here who struggle with jumpcuts
I use them because I can barely see the lines in front of me xD Also emphasis.
Thank you for the tip.
this is so cool, i found out that a lot of small youtubers use this methold
Yay for instruction! :grin:
this is such a useful video and I will definitely be playing around more with this technique in my next video. thanks Charles!