Ok, a friend of mine on this board Juveous told me about this guy on you tube, and he labels all his edited videos as youtube poop. He basically takes
the original shows and edits them using various software. I think he might of used Sony Vegas for his videos. I just watched an episode of Cosby Show
and Fresh Prince with his editing skills, and I must say I was laughing my rear end off...I invite anyone else who knows of other videos that are good
to post. This thread is just to bring laughs. However I wish they dedicated a show for people that have this kind of editing talent to make fun of
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edit on 5-10-2011 by KonquestAbySS because: (no reason given)
Actually "Youtube Poop" is more a genre than it is just one guy....many people put up videos calling them YTP's. It's kind of hard to describe
the genre....but you know it when you see it. Generally they are heavily re-edited shows...often cartoons, but sometimes live action ones such as the
example you gave or this one (that I just picked as the first halfway decent one I found at random as an example)
I dont find the youtube poop channel entertaining at all, It doesnt even make me crack a smile. all it is random use of slow motion, fast forward, and
loops... it doesnt even make sense, its just annoying... then again the prince of bel-air is pretty annoying and not entertaining either.
Obviously no reason is good unless you state it. So yeah, I know this is ATS, but this is posted in the general entertainment thread for a reason so
no one is holding a gun to your head asking you to view it...If you don't like it say it, or just don't post anything. The chickens&^t way out would
just to put for a good reason in the editing without backing up your thoughts..Good bye troll
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