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Post #1 Posted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:23 am 
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Hi all!

I created this site for improving in Go. Here is the link and you can find all informations there.

[url] https://sites.google.com/view/5minutesbaduk/home
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Feedback pretty much needed.

Thank You!

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Post #2 Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:29 am 
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Hi Fllecha,

Congrats. You did a lot of work to put all these videos together.
I can see your passion in Go. :)

This advice -- SET AUDIO VOLUME TO 100% -- is questionable:
you don't know your viewer's audio situation.
If they are using earphones and set the volume to 100% as you suggest,
you have no way too tell if the volume is too high for their eardrums!!
A much more sensible approach is just record your videos at a reasonable input volume, and let the viewer figure out their own preferred volume.


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EdLee wrote:
Hi Fllecha,

Congrats. You did a lot of work to put all these videos together.
I can see your passion in Go. :)

This advice -- SET AUDIO VOLUME TO 100% -- is questionable:
you don't know your viewer's audio situation.
If they are using earphones and set the volume to 100% as you suggest,
you have no way too tell if the volume is too high for their eardrums!!
A much more sensible approach is just record your videos at a reasonable input volume, and let the viewer figure out their own preferred volume.


Having recorded music in a previous life, I can tell you that the rule is to make the original recording as loud as possible without distortion. Then, as the recording is played back the volume can be adjusted. The playback volume should not have to be set at 100%.

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