Episode 4 is finished
Episode 3 and 4 go together to get a usable waveform on the screen. I also spend a lot of time on Aliasing. I have another 10 minute diagnostic ready to upload. I may put it up tomorrow, but I have another one that I did today that was a lot of fun. That one will probably kick off the "case studies" playlist because its too in depth to do in 10 minutes.
I'm getting better with the camera and sound. Should be even better on the next episode because my new Canon M50 should arrive tomorrow. Gotta be better than a gopro. Getting a set of soft box lights helped tremendously. I think once the new camera gets here, I pretty much have everything I need to make quality. So at that point it will just be up to my ability...that kinda scares me as I am not a very artistic person at all.
Anyway, Any feedback on this episode is appreciated.
From here I am going to give the scopes playlist a break and do some case studies. Some of those may go in the scope playlist, but they are not specifically for that list. Other playlists I have in mind are scanner and scan data playlist. How things work playlist to show how things like crank sensors actually work. The case study playlist (not like the 10 minute diagnostic playlist....but real case studies with more in depth information and processes.)
You are doing a great job with your videos. What gear and editing software are you using? I would like to create a video too. Thank you, Mike
This was a lot harder than I expected. Especially sound. I finally bought a decent shotgun microphone and a good sound recording device (Zoom H1n). I was using a GoPro Hero camera, but switched for a Canon M50 in the last couple of videos. The Canon gives a lot better control of the shot. Editing software I have been using is Animotica, it was some cheap software I've had for a while..might have…
Hey, Just wanted to give you a quick shout and say I watched a couple of your vids. Thanks for taking the time to do them. I appreciate the effort and time you are investing in the channel. I hope it grows big for you! Keep Up The Great Work, Joe