Like to help out? Let’s do it!

With more and more work being piled on being in the Airforce and wanting to create more videos/shows for you. I’ve finding my need to build a team of awesome. And with that comes the smallest first step.

I need help creating captions on Youtube for previous videos and shows. This needs to be someone who is over 18 years old (So there are no guardian/legal issues If we pay any money for the help) and someone who has LOTS of patience. Because I’ve done it many of times. And know it involves many, MANY lines of text and timestamp edits. If you don’t know exactly how captions work with Youtube. It involves creating a wordpad SRT file. Here is a basic video, even a link to the file, on how to go about doing it with “Caption Tube”.

However there is also a way to do it just by editing the SRT file directly.

Now if you would like to help out. Please email me at with the subject line “Applying for captions”. Please include

  1. Your name
  2. Age
  3. Location (time zone reasons)
  4. Preferred email address  
  5. Skype nickname (main source of contact)

We will find someone pretty quick and I may not be able to respond to all the applications. So if you do apply I thank you very much for your time in doing so :)


A Little Insight On New Youtube Partnerships

I’m so A.D.D. I’m actually editing now when I thought about bringing this up.

Back in the day it use to be a pain in the ass to get a Youtube partnership. Now however it’s quite easy, the only reason it’s not default when having a Youtube account is because 100 videos of a guy smoking in front of a camera is a joke and doesn’t look good for them. (yea there is a guy who just uploads videos of him smoking for 10 mins, uploads 40 videos a week)

I’ve been a partner for several years since I did Second Life videos. I only more recently got hardcore into Youtube within the past year making videos. Well now that you’re a partner some doors open up for you, contracts. There are several levels of Youtube partnerships. And another one gives people permission to monetize money from your videos. This means your Youtube account is now connected to theirs directly. And Google Youtube checks are sent to them instead of you. Now it’s this 3rd party that is paying you instead. Examples of this are, Game Station, IGN, and many others including Curse who just got theirs last week. 

This can be very good, or very bad depending on your contract, and there are pro’s and cons to everything. Example: It’s public information that Machinima pays 3$ per 1K views on videos of yours that they upload. But they also takes a % of your Youtube revenue instead of paying you the 100% back. However they’ve also been doing it for years and can get your videos a massive amount of hits with their large subscriber base. And they also tend to upload any video they can get their hands on. Other places however pay you 100% revenue and 5$ per 1k views on videos they re upload. However may not be as popular but get you lower numbers, but may be more respected because they always upload quality content. (I am talking about no one company specifically)

These are all options that can open up for you. Because Youtube is handing out so many partnerships. All these 3rd parties are trying to own your content and buy it from you. Some want to give you less Youtube revenue but give more on their uploads. And others vice versa. Always look at the pro’s and cons and do your research when it comes to giving up permission to your hard work.

Whaddup Tumblr homies!

I’m starting to use Tumblr more so BEAR with me ROARRRRRR! (lame)

Holy crap busy week. I found old E3 footage from this year of a skit commercial I filmed while there. Not only did Carl from Mojang tweet about it but so did Sony Ericsson themself. That’s always a plus. If you havn’t seen this short little 30 second joy, here it is!

Then this week I also interviewed H.A.T. films who do a lot of the Mojang official videos now. This Brits are just great people and I look forward to chilling with ‘em at Minecon. However they’re gonna be crazy busy since they are filming all the Mojang footage and skits. Run on sentence much? This is why I do videos!!! So here’s the 24min interview with some H.A.T. Films beat boxing at the end.

And on that note it’s time for me to get ready for The Minecraft Monday Show! WeEEeeYooooO!!!! have an awesome day everyone!

Why I dont do “Lets Play” Videos… Yet…

I’m humbled that a MASSIVE amount of people keep saying “Holy crap do lets plays already!” and to be honest I don’t want to become my own worst enemy. Yea I do a TON of gaming when I’m not editing videos about gaming. But when it comes down to it. I hate my subscription box being filled by 4 videos a day, all from one person on Youtube. Which causes me to over look those who make awesome edited content, but don’t release videos like they’re going out of style.

I’ve always felt Youtube needed more Quality over .. a shit ton of crap. And I would hate for people to unsubscribe because I’m coming out with to many videos. or to videos which I put tons of post editing time into, and they get overlooked because there are 10 “Lets plays” in front of it.

One of my favorite Youtubers is Tobuscus. And he has a huge talent for improve. however the ONE channel of his I’m not subscribed to is his gaming one. Even though I’m happy to support him with likes, comments, and even a favorite here and there. I hate my subscription box being flooded…

Is it just me?

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