Not for everything but if there is something that is difficult then I would much rather watch a video as opposed to reading instructions.
Yes, but I'm not regular. Sometime as per required which helps to get more clear from it.
Yeah, I use it to watch tutorials with regards to singing and playing piano. Sometimes, I use it to learn how to cook about something I want to cook.
It is really inconvenient in china, because you cann't watch youtube unless using some proxy softwares. Free ones are not stable and the internet speed is very slow. Fortunately, there are many websites for learning in China.
I do and I find it very helpful. I check out almost everything in youtube from make-up tutorials to using softwares.
Oh, that's a good and intelligent method for knowing whatever you want to know and learn
no i dont see the tutorial , is there any new?
Yes, i watch youtube tutorials, I have learn more from that tutorials. Those tutorials are really very important.
Hi! I like to watch Youtube tutorials so much! You know Iím that kind of person who likes to develop and get some new knowledge, so I like to watch different tutorials on different topics. I think itís very helpful!
Not so much..
I watch you tube tutorial when i need some conceptual knowledge, it's easier to learn visually rather than reading, it becomes more easy to understand any things.
Argh, video tutorials for programming and web design drive me up the wall.
As I exclaimed the other day at work when forced to watch one:
Programmers in particular are not exactly the most... eloquent... when it comes to speaking. Most of the videos are filled with "uhh....", "ummm....", etc. It makes it so something I could read in 5 minutes takes 20-30 minutes for them to finally spit out. Some video tutorials make sense (like cooking tutorials), but when it comes to programming and web design, no. Those are topics which can be perfectly expressed with text and images. Not only that, you get the added bonus of being able to copy and paste when appropriate. =pOriginally Posted by me
(I'm not bitter at all on this topic, can you tell. =p)
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I am also watch online you tube tutorial.
To all future participants in this thread: from now on, I'm going to eliminate all "yes I do" "no I don't" answers. It is absolutely not interesting to know that you do/don't.
You must specify what types of tutorial vids you (don't) watch, and why (not).
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I learned a lot of things from youtube tutorials like how to take apart certain things or gagdets and how to play the guitar. you just need to watch several videos and find one that can help you with effectively.
I will use youtube streaming as a last resort. My personal preference is get videos from lynda.com and play them through my iphone. This technique is great, some time watching video tutorials and then switch it up with a CSS book like Eric Meyers.
Somewhere I had read that the visuals are much more easy to grasp compared to the textual content and hence I have always preferred the video tutorials and that's how Youtube is my favorite site!!
It's pretty crazy how you can find a tutorial for almost anything.
Depends on if it is convenient, ex: for photoshop :- yeah, for programming or css :- no
At times. SOme are helpful, some are not.
I do use YouTube video tutorials. Not all of them are great or even accurate but if you can find a good channel with an expert than you can improve your skills easily and quickly.
Can't stand video tutorials; because I keep having to fast-forward through the slow talking crap, rewind to listen to the same section five times because I can't understand a word being said, and on the whole don't gain much in the way of useful information from them.
I'm the same way about podcasts and video reviews; my typical response being "anybody got a transcript?"
They take too damned long, consume too much bandwidth, aren't searchable, usually are barely comprehensible either due to some hard to understand accent or worse - a total lack of script or rehearsals making them painful to watch.
Three minutes to cover something two paragraphs could? I'll pass.
Though I suspect they're great for the fools who would look at this relatively short post and go "AAAH, Wall of Text"; the type of re-re's who go TLDR. It's called literacy; try it! It's nice.