Hey man, just saw your video, gotta say, 10/10 would watch agen. Left a comment, like and subscribe (without you having to advertise for it like 99% of tubers out there!).
Gotta say, video is pretty damn great, Other than missing Navy (But you stated countless times before why you aren’t adding navy to your concepts). I really don’t have much to say. Love the research you put up into this video,
and really enjoy the fact that not only are you posting great clips and cutouts, but also sourcing them (Where its from). I have a Admiral Yi movie that I need to watch now.
My few critisism I have to give is not from the Civ concept itself.
But rather from the video editing;
Video quality is overall great, and I know it a buttload of work to put a video like this togheter + ALL the other work being done on the civ concept itself!
But for editing wise, Microphone quality changes throughout the video. (Minor inconvinience). Whats important here is just to make sure the Volume of your voice dosn’t fluctuate to much. While the Voice quality itself can vary depending on recording device and location. Just make sure you check that the volume of your voice stays somewhat the same.
There is tons of other things when it comes to sound-editing that can be improved upon but don’t focus on that so much, or your gonna be stuck with way more work over your head than you already have!
Only improtant thing is just to make sure you watch through your full video once for any fluctuation in volumes and popping sounds (You didn’t have any in this video, but S sounds depending on microphone can sometime cause a high pitch/whistling/popping sound that can be very disruptive, you seem to have a good microphone that avoids this thankfully).
When it comes to cut-out and transitions, some of them tend to come a littlebit to fast, as if you just barely finished the sentance before the next transition happens. Ontop of that, there are periods you speak rather fast, combinding these 2 togheter, and it sounds like you’re in a hurry xD
Anyway, there is a few nice things you can do for your transition, I would look to AgeofNoob on how he does it for his video, as well as the tempo he speaks.
Its very clear and calm, which makes it very easy to pay attention and absorb all the juicy info.
Perhaps he could give you some hints and tips if you reach out to him?
Thats my only critisism of the video.
Note that these are just minor issues, nothing “game-breaking”, If you keep the video the same as you’ve done so far, it’s going to be just fine. I just wanted to give my 2 cents on whatever would help improve the quality.
because I think if you keep this up, you have a pretty fair chanse of growing your Youtube channel quite considerably. If not for the AOE4 community, but for general people interested in history.