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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam vd Merwe View Post
    Ek ook sopas een geword. Ek subscribe en kyk dit voor ek sabc kyk. Aan almal, hou so aan dankie
    Baie , baie dankie Sam , jy is subscriber nr 998.

    Ek sal hard probeer om julle te entertain en lus te hou vir kamp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton Alberts View Post
    Hi guys as yet another youtuber wannabe there is an aspect of youtubing that I dont think is discussed . If you are on'a trip with friends you are either going to ruin their trip by being pedantic about getting the shot and make them all awkward or you are going to miss the spontaneous shot because your camera wasnt ready. I think that is a big cause for shaky clips where you hurriedly grabbed a camera to try and get the moment before it is too late. And dont even think of re shooting it unless your whole group are professional actors.I suspect that is why people like ASPW rather camps on his own so that he can control everything .

    Yes, it is very frustrating to get home and then realize that the magical clip has wind garble for sound. Talking about sound - you must either pay a fortune to use the songs you like or you are stuck with lift music. That is why most youtube videos sound the same because that is the only free music available.
    If you have a full time job it takes you ages to finish the editing due to it taking an immense amount of time - especially if you are a digital dinosaur like me. Its not all moan and gripes . There is something very satisfactory to at last have a video ready and you know it is saved on Youtube and not on my hard drive where I will most probably loose it.

    Ok after all of that i am not going to miss the opportunity to invite you to visit my Overlandervanman site where i Show you how I built my own 4x4 camper or at least check out the video I released yesterday of our Baviaanskloof trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjoppie View Post
    Dis baie entertaining om te hoor wat almal se terugvoering is, beide die wat content verskaf en die wat terugvoering gee.

    Een ding is verseker, daar gaan 'n handjie vol YouTube channels wees wat baie goed gaan doen itv sponsorships ens. en dan gaan daar die groep wees wat silos van supporters het. Beide is great vir die offroad communities. Ek hoop beide partye respekteer mekaar en support mekaar waar hulle kan.

    Ek hoop ook regtig dat ons as SA mense, probeer content maak vir die SA mark en ons eie ekonomie probeer bevorder. Dis duidelik dat almal die volumes (subscriptions) jaag van Australia maar ek wil amper sÍ dat hulle nie eintlik belangstel in wat SA doen nie. Dalk hou Europe se manne van wat ons hier doen... of dalk is daar 'n paar SA channels wat my nou gaan verkeerd bewys oor hulle stats... maar stats is ook net stats as daar wesenlike volume is. Anyway, my punt is net dat ek hoop ons almal contribute in die SA mark.

    As iemand wat ook ons familie se trips probeer deel op YouTube vir 'n hobby, dink ek dis belangrik vir almal om dievolgende te lees.

    As jy kyk:
    • Kyk na die video, en as jy dit nie like nie, kyk na die video se kanaal en soek nog een video. Probeer die 'latest' episodes kyk om die creator 'n benefit te gee. As jy ook nie daarvan hou nie, move on. Moet nou nie die man skiet op die plek nie.
    • As jy die video like, druk die like knoppie. Moenie daardie ou wees en die dislike knoppie druk nie. Almal probeer.
    • As jy comment, lekker. Probeer value add, nie video of audio tips gee nie.
    • Subscribe na die channels wat jy kyk, dalk verras hulle jou eendag.
    • En dalk nommer 5, share videos wat goed is met jou mede kamp mense... soos jou WhatsApp groepe, of Facebook, of instagram, ens.


    As jy videos maak:
    • Moenie iets probeer justify nie... kykers kyk wat hulle wil kyk en soek iets wat hulle like... nie wat jy like nie.
    • Praat in jou taal, dit gaan baie meer authentic wees tensy jy met iemand praat wat engels is. Of praat net wat jy wil.. maar kerels, daar is niks fout met ons taal nie en daar is genoeg kykers hier om jou kanaal goeie vordering te gee. En as jou engels baie goed is, dan gooi hom.. ek se maar net.
    • Vind 'n tema vir jou kanaal, sodat mense weet wat jou kanaal bied. Dis mos die doel hier, maak 'n video sodat ander kan sien waar jy was, of wat jy eet, of wat jy maak, en dan kan hulle dit ook doen.
    • Moenie maak of jy 'n seasoned overlander is en 4x4 guru is as jy een of twee trips gedoen het nie.. baie kykers ken baie meer.. probeer liewers leer in die proses.
    • Probeer met ander channels chat en wees verwysings vir mekaar. Dit help almal.


    Nou ja, kom ons geniet ons SA kanale en dalk in 'n paar jaar van nou af het ons 'n industry vertical geskep wat ons SA mense help.
    Baie goed gestel. Ek volg soveel moontlik van die local channels, en die Ausies, dis lekker om te sien wat die klomp Ausies aanvang, en hoe hulle dinge doen ook, maar ek kan ook net soveel engels op een dag vat....haha

    Kyk gerus bietjie na Marius Nieman se channel ook, ek geniet sy goed nogal, paar lekker videos van Mokala, en Kgalagadi. Afrikaans, en baie "real".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Makro View Post
    Subscribed ! Looking forward to more of your videos !
    Baie , baie dankie Makro !
    Ek het die groot 1000 mylpaal gemaak met jou subscription . Besig om my enigste alkoholiese bier wat ek oor het het daarop te drink . Weereens baie dankie aan al die mense op die forum wat die plaaslike youtubers ondersteun . Glo my dis baie meer werk as wat n mens sou verwag en elke bietjie ondersteuning help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton Alberts View Post
    Baie , baie dankie Makro !
    Ek het die groot 1000 mylpaal gemaak met jou subscription . Besig om my enigste alkoholiese bier wat ek oor het het daarop te drink . Weereens baie dankie aan al die mense op die forum wat die plaaslike youtubers ondersteun . Glo my dis baie meer werk as wat n mens sou verwag en elke bietjie ondersteuning help
    Ek is bly ek kon my deel doen ek het ook darem nog so 1 of 2 van daai biere oor, sal ook maar een moet vat, kan jou mos nou nie aleen laat drink op die spesiale geleentheid nie !
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    Default Re: What are the must watch African YouTube Overland Chanels

    Quote Originally Posted by Christoff View Post
    Juba sold everything
    he owns and quit his job to do his trip and create his YouTube content.

    Youíll excuse the rest of us if weíre not able to do so and thus add branding and sponsorships to be able to pay for the content you get for free.
    I canít disagree with that. Itís horses for courses and whilst product- free might be ideal the fact is that we all get a great deal of enjoyment either way.
    Obviously as people get more popular and receive a greater number of subscriptions etc so the product placement can take more of a back seat if required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caymanram View Post
    Obviously as people get more popular and receive a greater number of subscriptions etc so the product placement can take more of a back seat if required.
    The opposite will happen - the more popular they become the more product placements will happen - at least this happens quite often - because brands that sponsor and pay them expect this

    It is the same in the flyfishing industry all these okes on instagram that get free rods and reels etc are contracted to post at least 2x per week for example and hashtag the #### out of them....

    Regardless I don't mind - I think there are some quality overlanding channels out there and as a newcomer to this hobby I am learning a ton of new things from all of these channels...so all I can say is keep up the good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoff View Post
    Juba sold everything he owns and quit his job to do his trip and create his YouTube content.

    Youíll excuse the rest of us if weíre not able to do so and thus add branding and sponsorships to be able to pay for the content you get for free.
    Love your channel! I for one have zero care in the world what sticker is plastered on the side of a vehicle on a channel. I learn from and enjoy the channels regardless. And best of all, as you mention, its a wealth of knowledge and enjoyment that I get to enjoy for free!

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    Default Re: What are the must watch African YouTube Overland Chanels

    There is definitely some quality content out there locally.

    I'm now also going to start documenting our travels. 20 years ago when the Mrs and I met, our plan (since kids was not an option according to 'specialists') was to back pack Europe and document what it is like to do so in a wheelchair. Places, people, everything.

    18 yrs later and no more kids, now we are going to start our original goal, except this time, do it locally and internationally, offroad trips, onroad trips, offroad recoveries, accommodation, everything... Youtube is a great place to save something so this is perfect.
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    Hey Guys

    Thought I may take the opportunity to plug my own channel

    I've been dabbling a little bit with the YouTube scene since lockdown started last year, mostly DIY builds on my FJ and trailer but now also with a few trips that we've done around SA.

    Ive just uploaded the first of 5 videos of our trip over December that I dubbed berg, beach and bush. We covered 3000km in 3 weeks and had an awesome time in our own beautiful country.

    Ive not studied film, or videography nor even photography and am very much still in the early learning phase. All advice and constructive criticism is welcome.

    And if you enjoyed it please subscribe-my channel is still tiny



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-jG6ez8u3s

    I'll be uploading a new video every Tuesday for the next 5 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamG View Post
    Hey Guys

    Thought I may take the opportunity to plug my own channel

    I've been dabbling a little bit with the YouTube scene since lockdown started last year, mostly DIY builds on my FJ and trailer but now also with a few trips that we've done around SA.

    Ive just uploaded the first of 5 videos of our trip over December that I dubbed berg, beach and bush. We covered 3000km in 3 weeks and had an awesome time in our own beautiful country.

    Ive not studied film, or videography nor even photography and am very much still in the early learning phase. All advice and constructive criticism is welcome.

    And if you enjoyed it please subscribe-my channel is still tiny



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-jG6ez8u3s

    I'll be uploading a new video every Tuesday for the next 5 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamG View Post
    Hey Guys

    Thought I may take the opportunity to plug my own channel

    I've been dabbling a little bit with the YouTube scene since lockdown started last year, mostly DIY builds on my FJ and trailer but now also with a few trips that we've done around SA.

    Ive just uploaded the first of 5 videos of our trip over December that I dubbed berg, beach and bush. We covered 3000km in 3 weeks and had an awesome time in our own beautiful country.

    Ive not studied film, or videography nor even photography and am very much still in the early learning phase. All advice and constructive criticism is welcome.

    And if you enjoyed it please subscribe-my channel is still tiny



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-jG6ez8u3s

    I'll be uploading a new video every Tuesday for the next 5 weeks.

    Thanks

    Liam
    I've had a quick look and subscribed to your channel. I'll go back in this evening and watch the whole episode. The bit I watched on my phone was good enough for me to want to go back.
    Thanks for giving us another channel showcasing our beautiful country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamG View Post
    Hey Guys

    Thought I may take the opportunity to plug my own channel

    I've been dabbling a little bit with the YouTube scene since lockdown started last year, mostly DIY builds on my FJ and trailer but now also with a few trips that we've done around SA.

    Ive just uploaded the first of 5 videos of our trip over December that I dubbed berg, beach and bush. We covered 3000km in 3 weeks and had an awesome time in our own beautiful country.

    Ive not studied film, or videography nor even photography and am very much still in the early learning phase. All advice and constructive criticism is welcome.

    And if you enjoyed it please subscribe-my channel is still tiny



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-jG6ez8u3s

    I'll be uploading a new video every Tuesday for the next 5 weeks.

    Thanks

    Liam
    I have been following your channel for a while now, I am a very keen and eager diy enthusiast myself, so I really enjoy those diy video's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward Bath View Post
    I agree with this and itís a little strange that you think putting stickers on your door to try and promote something youíve put countless hours and finance into makes it un authentic. The couple of sponsors we worked hard for and are very grateful to have donít tell us what to say or how to shoot out there, not attacking anyoneís opinion here just looking at it from the other side. I get that everyone has personal taste but I donít think itís fair assuming people are being un authentic because they have stickers on their door.
    We are grateful and appreciate everyone who watches and supports our stuff so thank you to all of you.

    Regards
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    Edward, love your work. Just watched the new channel. Very professional. Well done!

    Thatís hard work right? Typically how much hours editing and publishing per edition.

    Perhaps we will all value the content so much more if we consider how much work goes into it.

    Look forward to your next edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul#25 View Post
    I've had a quick look and subscribed to your channel. I'll go back in this evening and watch the whole episode. The bit I watched on my phone was good enough for me to want to go back.
    Thanks for giving us another channel showcasing our beautiful country.
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    Hi Guys,
    I thought that I would also quickly pop in and plug my channel as well

    I am a keen overlander, adventurer and a part-time YouTuber, making videos about exploring our beautiful country (and some other places) and some reviews etc. every now and then as well.

    My most recent trip, in December, was the Namakwa 4x4 Eco Trail. I made a couple videos of the trip if any of you would be interested:



    I'm also self-taught, so please be nice in the comments (yes I know my audio can be better)

    If you enjoy the videos please consider liking and subscribing, and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by douglash View Post
    There is definitely some quality content out there locally.

    I'm now also going to start documenting our travels. 20 years ago when the Mrs and I met, our plan (since kids was not an option according to 'specialists') was to back pack Europe and document what it is like to do so in a wheelchair. Places, people, everything.

    18 yrs later and no more kids, now we are going to start our original goal, except this time, do it locally and internationally, offroad trips, onroad trips, offroad recoveries, accommodation, everything... Youtube is a great place to save something so this is perfect.
    Keep us posted please Doug... looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Wasserman View Post
    Hi Guys,
    I thought that I would also quickly pop in and plug my channel as well

    I am a keen overlander, adventurer and a part-time YouTuber, making videos about exploring our beautiful country (and some other places) and some reviews etc. every now and then as well.

    My most recent trip, in December, was the Namakwa 4x4 Eco Trail. I made a couple videos of the trip if any of you would be interested:



    I'm also self-taught, so please be nice in the comments (yes I know my audio can be better)

    If you enjoy the videos please consider liking and subscribing, and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    Cannot open YT in your link
    Fixed, thanks.
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    Great camera work! Looking forward to watching the next Episode.


    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Wasserman View Post
    Hi Guys,
    I thought that I would also quickly pop in and plug my channel as well

    I am a keen overlander, adventurer and a part-time YouTuber, making videos about exploring our beautiful country (and some other places) and some reviews etc. every now and then as well.

    My most recent trip, in December, was the Namakwa 4x4 Eco Trail. I made a couple videos of the trip if any of you would be interested:



    I'm also self-taught, so please be nice in the comments (yes I know my audio can be better)

    If you enjoy the videos please consider liking and subscribing, and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
    Last edited by Paul Dold; 2021/02/04 at 08:35 PM.

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