Planet Eclipse Manic Paintball G.I Milsim Tipmann BZ Paintball DYE Paintball

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Discussion in 'Newbies' started by Sayers, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Sayers Active Member

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    Me and two of my mates have started paintball youtube channel to help newer players with some of the simple tips we have found while starting this sport.
    we think its a good idea by helping new players into the sport,
    please help us out by giving a like, view and subscribe.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/SpiritReviews?feature=watch
    there are only three videos on at the moment (rotor disassembly, rotor drop test, rotor popcorn test)
    we did these just to see how it all works, in the future we will be doing tips on buying gear (order to buy, buying second hand off forums like this) also reviews on any paintball products we come across, i.e. our markers:)



    Edit: also any advise/constructive criticism will be appreciated
     
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  2. Liam92 #16 Reading Entity

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    don't take this badly but unless you do this as a business where you buy in the items, give them a fair review and sell them on you'll not be able to cover a wide enough range of products. you'll be biased because the kit you review is your own investments. Simply put people would rather go to large channels run by stores and places like techpb where they will be getting consistent and varied reviews rather than getting lucky finding a review on your channel which happens to be of kit you own.
    nicest intentions but will ultimately pale in comparison and won't be able to physically achieve the standards needed to match up to these big channels.
     
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  3. Donk Gorrilaz

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    Where are you based Sayers?
     
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    stapleford, nottingham mate:) my mate will is going to help me and he's in chellaston, were not expecting this channel to be huge or be anything like techpb's but we just want to get a few beginner tips out there and maybe to some sort of in game naration vids:)
     
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    see that is a totally separate beast, but if it were me i wouldn't waste daylight making product reviews. If you can get some videos up that help out people then good luck. just be aware that many have done this before you, and so you could run in to the same problem, but with beginner tips and such your imagination is the limit as opposed to your bank account.
     
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    Thanks mate :) give us a cheeky view and like please:D
     
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    maybe when you release some hints/tips videos, but for now i have no interest in dye rotor reviews because the same tests were done something like 4 years ago, and i've owned a rotor for a number of years anyway :D
     
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    LOL okay mate no worries we just did those to get the hang of making a few videos and uploading them should be doing a few more sonish:)
     
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  9. Donk Gorrilaz

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    Shame you are so far away, you could of reviewed kit from our team for free...

    Any review you do will help someone with less experience to better understand why things happen, keep it up (y)
     
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    I did watch your videos, I have no interest in them because it's all stuff that has been covered in huge detail countless times over the last four years, but I thought I should see how you did them.

    Just a few bits of feedback. Talk louder and clearer, there are several points where your voice is so quiet you can hardly be heard. Secondly, stay slightly further away from the camera so that people can see more of you and the kit, rather than cutting off half of the item as you often do in your rotor disassembly video, then if you need to show something in more detail move it in closer to the camera rather than having it in close all the time. Thirdly, blow your damn nose before you record a video, nobody wants to hear you sniffing constantly throughout it, if you have to then edit out any undesired audio before you upload the video.

    Just a few things that occurred to me while watching. However, as others said, you need to do something more original, this kind of thing has been done countless times before and so you don't stand out at all.
     

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