Feeling a little better today and going to tackle the glue videos. I know I’ve said that a hundred times, but since I already made the glue video once, I only have to fix the fact that it’s a blurry mess. No big deal, right? The other videos on glue sticks and small tape runners shouldn’t be any real issue either.
YouTube changed some of their editing tools and if you watch my videos on a mobile device, you won’t see any of the comments I post on the screen. They want me to use the end of video screens that can be added. I’m not sure how that helps me when I want to add a note to you, but I apologize if you watch on a mobile device and aren’t reading any of the comments I am adding. It’s kind of a bummer for me. I’m not sure if a lot of my viewers use mobile devices, and other than phones, I’m not really sure what it encompasses. I get the impression that a lot of my viewers are on laptops or standard computers or tablets. Is a tablet a mobile device? Probably, so again, I’m sorry for the inconvenience. Since Rich does my editing, I’m not sure how he could add the comments. I know he can, but he says that when I assume something I say is at 14minutes and 27 seconds on a video, if he’s deleted anything or sped up the video at any time up to that point, then the time stamp is different for him and he won’t be able to write the comment when I need it. I wish I could figure out a different approach to this, but haven’t been able to do anything about it. So that’s my scoop on what I’m doing wrong today. I hope it’s a good day for you and you watch my videos on a non-mobile device, so you get the full scoop.