Are you going to start making a lot of videos now?? Because that would be super awesome
So here are some of my thoughts on making videos:
- Your video skills will improve as you make them. Of course there are things you can do to become a "pro" but your style and such will change as time goes on.
- I would make a script. Once you start making a lot of videos, this will probably just come more naturally to you, but for now I would suggest that you write out exactly what you're going to say. Practice this for a few times, and practice it in front of the camera, and then when you record the "final" product you will be able to get rid of a lot of the "umms" and such. That being said, I'm not saying that you need to memorize the script word for word, because that is what editing is for
- For editting, right now I just use Windows Movie Maker. It's free and relatively simple. I hope that once I make more money and become more dedicated to my videos that I will be able to buy a really nice program like Adobe Premier or something, but for now Windows Movie Maker will do. ( http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/movie-maker )
- Overtime, similar to the actual video editting styles, you will find the things you want to talk about. Maybe instead of an overview of an anime, you give us your thoughts
... stuff like that. That being said, you do already have over 80 views, none of my videos have gotten that many, that quick before
So good job!!
A FEW KEY THINGS TO REMEMBER:
- there will always be haters. There will always be people who will mock what you say, what you do, how you do it, and even you. People are mean, it's a sad fact of life. So be confident and know that you are awesome!!!
- Any publicity is Good Publicity. -- again, people are going to say mean things, and people may share videos to poke fun. But just be happy that your video is getting around, because you DO have an audience, and without the people commenting and sharing, they wouldn't be able to see it!
I know that's a lot to take in, but i hope it helps
Your video is simple, and it was just a test, so I wouldn't worry about what people say.
Remember to have a good sense of humor and be willing to laugh at yourself