Thanks for the feedback, guys, really appreciate it.
What do you all think I should for the video descriptions? I like Paradox's idea of categories and links to prerequisite technique videos, but I was also thinking it might be important to back link to the main Adrift website or this forum. If any of you have read the Inform 7 Recipe Book manual, I like how it is indexed by feature and will eventually aim for a similar format with what I am making.
I turned off comments but am wondering if I should just leave them on so people can discuss them in context on the video. My thought is that I'd prefer that people come to the forum for a discussion, but I'm open to ideas on this. Right now they are unlisted and won't be discovered by searching, so only people from this forum are likely to find them due to the links only being here. Once I have them cleaned up and prepared I think I might want to turn them public. If I do, having comments turned on might be valuable for outreach and community building.
Po, I can make a thread at any time and make it a sticky, so that part is covered.The question I have though is whether it would be good to embed them in threads or just link them index style so more fit on a page with less loading time.
Lazzah, I already updated the first two videos to have subtitles, so if I could get your feedback on those that would be great, though I think I favor the shorter reference-video style at this point. However, I noticed when I transcribed them that I talk a lot and quickly. Did you at any point have to pause the video or rewind it because the subtitles were going by too quickly?
Paradox, it is higher quality because I actually switched recording software. I used OBS (opensource and free) for the last one instead of the XSplit Broadcaster demo (free but limited) that I used for the first two.