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Offline epy

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Electronic Gadgets/Device Teardown and Analysis Videos
« on: May 04, 2020, 04:11:18 am »
Hello Everyone,
I have started YT my channel for Teardown and Analysis videos.
I have posted my first video and lot many to come.

Whats Indside Wifi Router and What are all the parts used
Wifi Router Teardown
https://youtu.be/Ys93vcJGrBk
 

Offline Wilksey

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Re: Electronic Gadgets/Device Teardown and Analysis Videos
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2020, 09:30:37 am »
Not bad,

I would say try and edit out the awkward pauses, you said there are no "components connected" on the bottom, I guess you meant to say "components placed", when you are talking about the IC's you need to make sure you are talking and pointing to the right component, I knew what you were referring to but you were still pointing to the memory when you said "this is the main microcontroller", might be confusing for some beginners watching.

Just a few observations, you will get better the more you do, it's a good start, the rest of the video was fine, audio was clear, a few focus issues which most YTers have when showing things close up due to the camera response so nothing to worry about there, it might be worth post editing to show the IC identifiers at the right point in time in text on the video.

You may want to look at an intro and perhaps some kind of watermark on the video, could be text or a logo if you have one just so if people rip your videos you still have your mark on it, none of these are "important" to the content but just some thoughts.
 

Offline epy

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Re: Electronic Gadgets/Device Teardown and Analysis Videos
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2020, 11:46:29 am »
Thanks for your feedback   :).
This was really helpful for me and few points didn't even come in my mind.
I will make a note of it and i ll definitely make an improvement in my next video.
 

Offline Wilksey

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Re: Electronic Gadgets/Device Teardown and Analysis Videos
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2020, 04:04:47 pm »
No problem, you will naturally get improvements as you produce content, watch <insert your favourite channel here> and look at earlier videos vs later videos you should see a difference, but it doesn't mean the earlier videos are no good, some choose to redo their videos, but the information is still relevant, I think the audio is more important than the video as it's harder to concentrate if audio is off but if the video is off you can still follow along mainly.
 

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Re: Electronic Gadgets/Device Teardown and Analysis Videos
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 04:22:43 pm »
Fake fitness band Teardown..
During teardown i got to know cheap fitness band doesn't contain any sensor to display data.

https://youtu.be/dKsD-tEKzks
 


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