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I see sonny does it all the time.
my favorite youtuber sometimes claps at the beginning of his videos, and i can very well tell that its to hype up something.
I did notice the sudden desynchronization in the middle of the video almost immediately.
"I don't want to be relatable"
I noticed at the beginning and was mad 😠 but I'm glad you corrected it
Ive been on Youtube 15 years and never seen single video that would start with clapping ^^
Im going to be honest, i didnt 'really' notice the delay, i noticed every word was weirdly lipped but thought it was just my headphones 😂
I don't think I've ever seen or heard this, or noticed... But it's super smart for sure. The simplest tricks are usually the best.
I actually noticed the audio was off from the visual. I'm often noticing if the audio is off in a video and it bothers me slightly
Is Tom a workaholic?
yWYkoZKHLfg&t=0m34s 0:34 does anyone know what editing software this is?
I’ve literally never thought about that in any of my videos, I just cut it straight to the start of my welcome intro, so I guess my Hello viewers etc message does the same thing as a handclap?
I never saw it, so it doesn't bother me.
What I never understood why reporters are standing in silence(on the scene) after the question from the studio. It looks strange. 🤔
I did something similar to this when I was using a discord bot to record VC audio while me and my friends play games, so I had to do this to make recordings accurate.
No "ONE TAKE" shout in the end. I'm disappointed and your hard earned relatability is ruined.
stupid and unnecessary video
This is literally the only video I have seen on YouTube where the person claps at the start.
So it's exactly what I thought.