lloyd9988 wrote: You are not the world's most astounding editor that has made the world crawl onto its knees and praise your every AMV. You are not the most talented editor on the internet that can make Godix impressed, you are like every other editor that stumbles in here saying that they have made an awesome video and shows it off to everyone because they made a video to gain recognition, not because they aimed to make the video better. :/
Thus, when someone said that the video you made did not meet their standards, you took it personally because you were expecting everyone to stroke your ego rather than him giving you ACTUAL criticism on the video. Grow some balls, take it like a man and get out of here :/
Come here next time when you want to make your AMV better, not when you want to get your ego stroked.
Excuse me for my words(And double post), I tend to get flipid from time to time
Anyway, to put it into nicer terms, I feel that your just not use to criticism which is quite normal for youtube editors. xD Honestly, same thing happened to me when I was first criticized about my video
(FYI, you don't even wanna KNOW what happened when I got a beta tester) xD <--- Oh Lord, it was horrible that I can't even believe it happened. But, yeah, to us, these small details matter because we care about our videos a lot. Sometimes, we care about them so much that we work months on them just so they will look amazing and to make sure there aren't any mistakes. xD (I'm probably exaggerating a bit, but that's how I feel) Anyway, someone already wrote it, but I think you should read it again to get a better understanding of where we're coming from
Castor Troy wrote:You need to understand that YouTube is more of an "audience" based crowed and a-m-v.org is more of an "editor" based crowd. We tend to take things more seriously here in hopes of helping each other improve.
Lip flap isn't a crime, but in my opinion, the way it looks in your video really kills the flow. You don't have to listen to my opinion if you feel that the youtube crowd is more correct. If you feel that it works in your video, then more power to you. If you're proud of it, then that's all that should matter, right?
What we're saying is your video looks shitty to us. However, we're also saying that there's always room for improvement and that, no matter how amazing a video looks to you, your always gonna have haters.
Just the way of the world, and, honestly, its just something we all need to get use to. xD Just remember, that even though the criticism sounds harsh right now, their opinion is useful because it may be a factor you overlooked in your AMV that you can apply to future AMVs. So, instead of venting about it, just look at the criticism given to you and see if there's a way to fix the video and future videos so you won't get criticized about it later on.