Prerube wrote:A flythrough is not realistic for many courses. Either they are small and not worth the time to record or the canopy is so thick an overhead would not be the best and a player's eye view is better.
JR wrote:Fly throughs are long to watch so maybe quickening up the pace of the video
JR wrote:You can see the course fine with a sped up video as long as it doesn't go overboard even with somebody playing in that video. At least if the round doesn't go well people get to see new stuff after the failures so it won't be boring and people will forget the mishaps fast so filming should not be as nerve wracking for the player being filmed.
Jerbob wrote: If I am looking for entertainment I'll cue up the videos of people throwing discs at bottles, lamps, and tv's cause that was awesome and good for the game!
Jerbob wrote:I mean it was sooo good for the game. My internet sarcasm is poor.
JR wrote:I'm not sure that any kinds of standards have been established in disc golf videos or course exhibitions so it could well be that the vast majority of audiences have no fixed ideas of how any kind of videos should be made. And if some do there might be others that are just as adamant in demanding different kind of videos. So far the largest variance in responses we've at Youtube channel lcgm8 have received has been about the style and content of commentary on the videos that have commentary. Our feeling is that the disc golf video viewing public has not become homogenic and set in the wants regarding the content and presentation of videos. Which is why we have experimented with different variations to provoke responses to see what the public wants.
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