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  • Wendigoon
    Wendigoon  Жыл бұрын +15079

    That part about screen recording through OBS was absolutely barbaric

    • Shuga Nips
      Shuga Nips 14 күн бұрын

      @caduhidalgo4996 little did he know... the hole would bring them together

    • Attigator
      Attigator Ай бұрын

      How was it like being stuck in a cave?

    • Marcello Bloch
      Marcello Bloch 5 ай бұрын

      @Cadú Hidalgo u got your wish

    • Fer Rivera
      Fer Rivera 11 ай бұрын

      Dad?!??!? Wrudh?

    • Your Average Guy
      Your Average Guy 11 ай бұрын

      it's dad

  • Ariel Cahn
    Ariel Cahn 11 ай бұрын +1191

    As cowardly as it was for Martin the Magician to just immediately run away, it's good that (even while presumably panicking and out of his mind with fear) he remembered to unlatch the box so that the woman inside wouldn't be trapped.

    • Chaos Beam
      Chaos Beam 4 күн бұрын

      @Squash for sale! ok? And? The dude was on a sinking ship with death rapidly approaching, you definitely wouldn’t have done any better

    • chinmoy808
      chinmoy808 5 күн бұрын

      @toxic_icecream There was a note at the bottom of the scene mentioning the magician did that

    • Charismatic
      Charismatic 19 күн бұрын +1

      How is it cowardly to run from a sinking ship lmfao.

    • Runaway Cat
      Runaway Cat 2 ай бұрын

      I mean hes a magician, its no surprise he 'vanished' from the stage XD

    • Earl Hollander
      Earl Hollander 3 ай бұрын

      @Libbathegreat A true magician takes care of his babes at all times

  • Lava Shark and Boy Girl
    Lava Shark and Boy Girl  Жыл бұрын +3376

    ‘Schettino on the rocks’ sounds like a great name for an incredibly weak whisky drink

    • ThinkDumb
      ThinkDumb 28 күн бұрын

      It’s a normal shot of whiskey but the bartender has to slap you with a rag drenched in seawater

    • Alyssa Richardson
      Alyssa Richardson 5 ай бұрын

      @The Effing Ralyks ahahahahaha

    • Ace Gamer
      Ace Gamer 5 ай бұрын

      "It wasn't rendered properly"
      Me who barely can edit a video: Still hits!

    • Love's Alterations
      Love's Alterations 6 ай бұрын

      Hilarious! That’s a great idea!

  • Black Napalm
    Black Napalm 11 ай бұрын +2082

    *Just remember that the true victim of this tragedy was actually Domnica Cemortan who died twice. Once on the witness stand and then a second death afterwards with the crush on her psychological brain*

    • Double Oof
      Double Oof 19 күн бұрын

      The ‘C’ in Cemortan stands for Sekiro

    • toast
      toast 27 күн бұрын

      because… of course people found something she… tried to hide

    • ROLL3R
      ROLL3R Ай бұрын +1

      @Libbathegreat I think this is more of language barrier and not being able to convey what she wanted to say in English. Maybe she just straight up thought that but idk

    • Andrea Bolognesi
      Andrea Bolognesi 2 ай бұрын


  • VeWatchesVideos
    VeWatchesVideos  Жыл бұрын +852

    On the Filipino guy 'claiming' the captain was eating as the ship sank. My partner is a bilingual Filipino and he suspects there might be some intentional miscommunication going on with the Filipino crew member and the interviewer. The guy in the interview was likely just referring to the event earlier in the day, where Schettino and Cemortan had dinner together before returning to the bridge. Also, my partner notes that this particular news network is rather infamous for taking interviews and showing them out of context. Not super important, but we felt it was interesting to bring up. If anything, it shows that the point about the media being incredibly unreliable in this case still stands.

    • Delta Assault
      Delta Assault 16 күн бұрын

      Your boyfriend.

    • Nadia
      Nadia Ай бұрын

      @sydapa dude saw the chance to become famous and went with it

    • Borderose
      Borderose 3 ай бұрын

      @sydapa He was probably just going along with the established story.

    • sydapa
      sydapa 5 ай бұрын

      Pinoy here too and man I dont know why our overseas workers just straight lie so much

    • Anti - Ethnic Cleansing
      Anti - Ethnic Cleansing 8 ай бұрын +2

      I remember when the story was still new, and the narrative that I saw and still thought was the truth until watching IH’s documentary (as I never bother looking into this disaster again many years later after it happened), was that the ship crashed because the captain was busy in his suite with that lover of his, stuffin’ her muffin.

  • Vincent Hill
    Vincent Hill  Жыл бұрын +770

    The accident itself isn't solely the captain's fault, but the bungled response to the accident is solely his fault. Crisis management is one of the most important aspects of leadership.

    • Vulpes
      Vulpes 2 ай бұрын +2

      @fides5566 definitely not, he would probably lose his job and be fined for negligence however

    • fides5566
      fides5566 2 ай бұрын +1

      I wonder if he stayed and helped the passengers like he should, would he still go to jail?

    • Vulpes
      Vulpes 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Mushyroom he would have been treated as a hero if he'd done the bare minimum expected of his position

    • its d0nk
      its d0nk 5 ай бұрын +7

      @Mushyroom To be more fair, if you know you’re fucked from bungling your job this bad, then your only hope for redemption is how you handle the crisis. It’s even more of a reason to stand up straight and go hard on your duties in the now current situation you may have caused.

    • aciDC 14
      aciDC 14 5 ай бұрын


  • wavywebsurf
    wavywebsurf  Жыл бұрын +4350

    this laid back commentary is so cozy bro

    • Shadamyfan 1923
      Shadamyfan 1923 27 күн бұрын

      Hey wavy!

    • Luke Robertson
      Luke Robertson  Жыл бұрын

      Hard to hear because i work with loud machines. Luckily ive heard it enough that i can get by with yhe snippets

    • Nuke
      Nuke  Жыл бұрын

      This entire channel is cozy bro

    • Francisco Mehlhaff
      Francisco Mehlhaff  Жыл бұрын

      So Shoneys.

    • Lilianae
      Lilianae  Жыл бұрын +5

      I've listened to this video a dozen times just for the sake of his voice and the way it's all presented. Good way to kill time at work when I'm just plugging away at the books. Set some Internet Historian and watch the hours fly by :)

  • Collin Friday
    Collin Friday  Жыл бұрын +412

    The more I learn about de Falco, the more I'd vote for the guy. Between "Get the fuck back on board" and being willing to go against the organization he worked for when they were wrong in that fire, the dude seems like his whole focus is on the people of Italy. Good dude.

    • its d0nk
      its d0nk 2 ай бұрын +1

      @qaiser 1960’s-90’s at least observably had *some* politicians who still worked for the people as opposed to self-enrichment. It’s always been this way, but it’s far more ubiquitous now than it was in the past.

    • qaiser
      qaiser 2 ай бұрын

      @its d0nk when was politics not like this?

    • sad rabbit
      sad rabbit 3 ай бұрын

      @SignorAde That's a damn shame 😞

    • SignorAde
      SignorAde 3 ай бұрын

      @charlie, captain of ravioli That's not what he actually said there, he said "Le faccio passare l'anima dei guai", which is very hard to translate accurately. If I had to try, it would probably go something like "I'll have you go through the soul of (all) troubles".
      In other words, De Falco wasn't throwing around puns.

    • its d0nk
      its d0nk 5 ай бұрын +4

      Isn’t it sad that there’s no hope and no place for an altruistic personality in modern politics? They get demolished by the unhinged dirty politicians who want to take them down. There’s no hope for ever un-breaking that situation. 😔

  • RaptorJesus
    RaptorJesus  Жыл бұрын +846

    How is it that the more I learn about De Falco, the more I respect and admire this man? At this point I nothing will shake my belief that his name and rank is *actually* Captain deFalcon.

    • Shenaldrac
      Shenaldrac 28 күн бұрын +2

      @DoubleSloth Gaming *Grand High Admiral, Leader of the 1st Sky Fleet DeFalco

    • Isaac Fielding
      Isaac Fielding 4 ай бұрын

      Admiral DeFalco probably prefers the air.

    • Tuxedo Rabbit Rates Things
      Tuxedo Rabbit Rates Things 11 ай бұрын +23

      And he left as soon as the party became more and more radicalized. A lot of party members did. That's why they lost so many seats.

    • RaptorJesus
      RaptorJesus  Жыл бұрын +23

      @Abigail Didn't he leave when they went harder right, though?

  • The White Dragon
    The White Dragon  Жыл бұрын +495

    Man, what a standup guy Internet Historian is. Even after all of the absolute incompetence and shitty behavior of the guilty parties, he still tries to make sure people don't participate in targeted harassment against them: a man of quality!

    • Ratchet Mechani
      Ratchet Mechani 8 ай бұрын +12

      @Clyde MacTavish Which is becoming less basic unfortunately. It's sad we gotta point out this kinda stuff because of how many people wouldn't do that, either from the "can't control my audience lol" mentality or just hoping the person in question does get harassed.

    • Clyde MacTavish
      Clyde MacTavish  Жыл бұрын +15

      that's not really standup.. that's just basic human decency...

  • Spelonker
    Spelonker  Жыл бұрын +3651

    Holy shit dude, I thought you did this stuff in After Effects! It's no wonder the shit won't render! I've found over the last 2 years that AE usually saves me from opening up Photoshop to do cutouts or similar stuff because it's selections tools are actually good.

    • Anti - Ethnic Cleansing
      Anti - Ethnic Cleansing 8 ай бұрын

      @Arnold Harding
      Lol! You are clearly talking to yourself. 😂 You are the person who randomly picked on someone for posting an interesting comment “in the wrong place.” Nice try guy.

    • Arnold Harding
      Arnold Harding 8 ай бұрын +2

      @Anti - Ethnic Cleansing Look I don't know who hurt you but I know it wasn't me. Don't come at me with all that crying after you hit me with the "Oh boo hoo" BS
      Pick a lane.

    • Anti - Ethnic Cleansing
      Anti - Ethnic Cleansing 8 ай бұрын

      @Arnold Harding
      Good for me that you are trying to police the comment section, and being a jerk to people? I don’t see how that is good for anyone.

    • Arnold Harding
      Arnold Harding 8 ай бұрын +1

      @Anti - Ethnic Cleansing ok good for you dude.

    • Anti - Ethnic Cleansing
      Anti - Ethnic Cleansing 8 ай бұрын

      @Arnold Harding
      Oh boo hoo. A lot of people do that to make sure that their comment can be seen. Not only because of YT cen: sorship issues, but because there are many thousands of comments here (so people will pick a thread near the top, and stick their remark in there).
      It also could have very well been an accident. “Rilluma” didn’t tag anyone in his/her initial comment, and very well might have thought he/she was posting the remark in the main comment section, instead of in this thread (or rilluma thought that he/she had a different thread open and was posting under that).
      Cry more. I’m thankful to have come across it, because I’m going to go educate myself now about MS Estonia!

  • ZergrushEddie
    ZergrushEddie  Жыл бұрын +109

    I wonder how many people got out alive because the engineers' quick thinking and massive stones in keeping the generators running WHILE THE SHIP WAS SINKING.

    • sad rabbit
      sad rabbit 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Attigator Especially since the water pumps required three generators to work. A solution could've been to just put three generators here, and the other three there.
      Then again I have no ship or nautical design/engineering experience so what do I know

    • Attigator
      Attigator 5 ай бұрын +3

      @2percentright the issue with that is stability. Putting heavy weight towards the bottom of the boat and below the waterline supports buoyancy and stabilizes the ship from capsizing. But yeah, keep the separated would help

    • 2percentright
      2percentright 6 ай бұрын +9

      This really makes me question the idea of placing all the major electrical systems right next to each other. The chance a strike is going to rip open multiple holds is pretty much guaranteed. Distribute them across the ship. Or hell, at least above the water line

  • Leon 13
    Leon 13  Жыл бұрын +7058

    Internet Historian blurring his feet to prevent people from selling his feet pics online is the kind of content I live for

    • Brice Johnson
      Brice Johnson Ай бұрын

      He is also wearing the exact same pants I am wearing right now. That is the only reason why I saw the blurred feet.

    • Kevin
      Kevin Ай бұрын

      Looks like tonight I'll have to resort to using deepfakes, _again._

    • ethzero
      ethzero 2 ай бұрын

      I think the footage was blurred because it was _saucy_ enough... geddit?
      I'll see myself over the cliff... 🌊

    • Isaac Fielding
      Isaac Fielding 4 ай бұрын

      @Rawhide Kobayashi looks to be a tiled floor. Now i'll be in my carpeted bathtub if you need me.

  • Brittany Wainscott
    Brittany Wainscott  Жыл бұрын +207

    One thing I can’t seem to figure out - hotel director Manrico Giampedroni did not abandon the ship. In fact, he was the very last person rescued. He broke his leg helping others escape and kept himself alive by climbing onto a table and banging a pot against the wall to be heard. He was praised as a hero in many news articles. Why was he given the second most severe sentence of any of the five officers charged? I can’t find any information about his plea deal. Thanks!

    • Mr Scientific
      Mr Scientific 7 ай бұрын +33

      On Historians video, it was said Giampadroni was one of the 2 officers who had the chance to opt for community service, unlike 3 other officers who got standard jail sentences. They were shorter than what they were supposed to be anyway, so I guess it could have gone worse for him.

    • JediMasterDraco
      JediMasterDraco 8 ай бұрын +91

      Here's what I can summarize base on a quick google of his position and what we saw in the video. His position as the hotel director meant it was his responsibility to ensure that the passengers were evacuated in this scenario and since he was on the bridge at the time of the crash, that meant he was part of the initial cover-up towards the passengers that delayed the evacuation and caused some people to become trapped. He was also blamed for the chaotic nature of the evacuation.

  • Matias Pereyra
    Matias Pereyra  Жыл бұрын +475

    knowing spanish, specially argentine spanish I can understand quite a bit of what they are saying and damn that phone call, the subtitles and hearing how mad he is doesn't make justice (although what was done is the best one can do), I've never heard such dress down directed to a an adult the age of schettino, I've seen people arguing like that, I've argued like that, but this was more akin to a parental figure scorning their little kid for something they did and the child is completely terrified

    • Matias Pereyra
      Matias Pereyra 7 ай бұрын +3

      @froggymusicman do you really not? Hmm interesting, i mean, I've had many moments of barely understanding a single word and sometimes less than that of a dialogue in italian, someone could say "i forgot my briefcase" (just to say something) and I'd be like "he forgot... something" or if i were to put an audiobook in Italian I wouldn't be able to say that I have an understanding of what the book is about but some sentences and the weight of some words in those sentences, in this particular case, insults and insult adjacent words and phrases (because you know, the same word doesn't necessarily carry the same weight in every language) i do catch
      There are some videos from ecolinguist i think that you can watch on yt about how much latin, italian, Portuguese and spanish speakers can understand eachother although if i remember correctly those are loose words? It's been a hot minute since I've seen them
      I guess I'm just lucky enough that from this specific "conversation" I'm able to understand like 35% or 40% of what it's being said and then filling the rest in

    • Lakshay Kochhar
      Lakshay Kochhar  Жыл бұрын +35

      Oh, I think, we all understand how mad, he was.

  • Xcreeper Xplodius
    Xcreeper Xplodius  Жыл бұрын +76

    As someone who always has trouble with storage space on my computer, seeing his video file taking up 241GB is enough to make me sweat.

  • SrSpankems
    SrSpankems  Жыл бұрын +295

    I just realized that in the ad. The dog can talk but no one can hear him speak. Everyone would have freaked out. Luckily Raycon ear buds are such great quality and price, that the crisis was averted. You did it again Raycon Man.

  • Alias Anybody
    Alias Anybody  Жыл бұрын +91

    Schettino was basically the only one where justice was served, kind of. DeFalco and the engineers deserved better, the officers far worse.

    • ׂ
      ׂ 3 ай бұрын +2

      @Ira van den Heuvel while he was undoubtedly used as a scapegoat, he deserved an even higher sentence regardless. for even if incompetence shouldn't be punished too harshly, cowardice should, especially given what said incompetence and cowardice resulted in (dozens dead XD)

    • Ira van den Heuvel
      Ira van den Heuvel  Жыл бұрын +16

      Personally, I think Schettino received a harsher punishment than was appropriate. Yeah, he was operating his vessel in a somewhat reckless manner and he did the wrong thing at almost every point following the collision, but he was not malicious. Just foolish and incompetent. He should never have been allowed to command in the first place. And while folks call him a coward for abandoning ship and shirking his responsibility to his crew and passengers, I personally think that him walking away like he did was probably the best thing for everyone. He was like a little kid running around in the middle of a house fire, clueless of what to do. His Junior officers we're also lazy and incompetent but who knows what would have happened had they not taking things in hand themselves. Schettino obviously lacked the sterner stuff required for command of a large ship and therefore also was oblivious to the responsibility that goes along with carrying passengers aboard such a vessel. As soon as things went wrong, he was useless. He enjoyed wearing the uniform and the fancy suits, socializing with the beautiful people, going balls deep in a Moldovan mistress, and probably had just enough skill and nautical training to pass exams for his ship master's certificate. But he too, like the Indonesian helmsman, was lacking in some abilities required to do the job properly, apart from being a handsome face to mingle with the customers who called him Captain. Makes me wonder how he got his master's papers in the first place. I wouldn't let him command my bass boat around the lake looking for better fishing, much less appoint him master of a large ocean-going vessel.
      All that said I've kind of got away from my original point. Francesco Schettino should not have been shouldered with all of the punishment for this tragic grounding and I think that punishment was a bit too harsh for what was essentially an accident. While a ship's Master is ultimately responsible for the safe operation of his vessel, there are plenty of others who deserve to share some of the accountability for this incident. Mainly the powers that put such a clown in the captain's chair in the first place and those who gave him an incompetent helmsman. The complacency of his officers on the bridge falls upon his shoulders as well though, he failed to set high standards to correct their deficiencies. But I don't think he deserves nearly two decades in prison for that. Costa Crociere and whatever governing body issued his master's papers bear some responsibility as well and got off with not even a slap on the hand.

  • Watcher Knight
    Watcher Knight  Жыл бұрын +3210

    "You may have saved yourself from the sea, but I will really hurt you" is a hard af line, followed right up by a stellar pun, De Falco is a king

    • averyn34
      averyn34 4 ай бұрын +5

      @Leo86channel that is somehow even harder lmao god De Falco is such a turbochad

    • Ainsley McFarland
      Ainsley McFarland 6 ай бұрын +36

      I love when he mocks him saying, “it’s dark and you want to go home?”

    • Alexander Shubin
      Alexander Shubin 6 ай бұрын +46

      @Leo86channel That's an even harder line tbh

    • Robochipv8
      Robochipv8 6 ай бұрын +26

      I'm obsessed with his face getting redder

    • Leo86channel
      Leo86channel 6 ай бұрын +63

      “Le faccio passare l’anima dei guai” doesn’t really translate to I will really hurt you, it’s more a menace regarding the consequences of his actions, the literal translation would be “I’ll make you go through the very soul of troubles”

  • Google Account
    Google Account  Жыл бұрын +702

    I feel like the helmsman should not really be blamed for misunderstanding, instead the blame should be shifted to the shitty companies that hire cheap labor for rock bottom rates to command their ships and don’t make sure they are properly trained

    • dachel
      dachel Ай бұрын

      Eh, both are to blame

    • Alessandro Canale
      Alessandro Canale 11 ай бұрын

      Mate you nailed it

    • Frank Lewis
      Frank Lewis  Жыл бұрын +2

      @FrozenHaxor yeah but if a university gives a doctor a degree when they have no idea what their doing the the university is liable

    • 물건
      물건  Жыл бұрын +4

      I agree. He did take the job while being unqualified, but they should have never ever hired him in the first place.

    • Silver Bryophyta
      Silver Bryophyta  Жыл бұрын +4

      Yeah he was part of the problem but as soon as the captain lied to the passengers and the rescue team, he was responsible for people's death.

  • But With Cats
    But With Cats 3 ай бұрын +4

    @38:30 I am honestly impressed that Internet Historian's proactive security measures to thwart wikiFeet extend to blurring feet out of 1 second of footage on a secondary channel. Tremendous foresight, my dude!

  • Glamazon 617
    Glamazon 617  Жыл бұрын +31

    Those engineers are absolutely worthy of the USS Enterprise. Bravery and brains under dire circumstances. Willing to sacrifice their lives to save lives.

  • Andrew Lm
    Andrew Lm  Жыл бұрын +42

    De falco’ s face getting redder and redder is a good touch.
    This really was a well done production

  • Omustiia
    Omustiia  Жыл бұрын +194

    Regarding Rustli Bin, in all fairness unless he lied on his resume (maybe he did idk but I haven't heard that so far), I think hiring a guy who barely understands English or Italian is kinda on the people who hired him.

    • Omustiia
      Omustiia 3 ай бұрын

      @ׂ but he's not the one responsible for the company. The company is responsible for the company. They had more responsibility, yet they were obviously hiring based on people they felt they could exploit more easily. I'm not saying he's innocent, but the people who hired him were fucking stupid, and it's their job to make sure the person they're hiring is qualified.

    • isabel lind
      isabel lind  Жыл бұрын +2

      @Ira van den Heuvel I agree but if the captain kept hearing his commands being repeatedly incorrectly followed and he knew he was going to perform a closer pass than ever before, then that was the time to step up to the plate. That's the price of admission for strutting around the ship acting like a captain!

    • Ira van den Heuvel
      Ira van den Heuvel  Жыл бұрын +6

      @isabel lind which is why English is the international aviation language worldwide. You don't have those sorts of problems among flight crews because they are required to be proficient in English or they don't fly international. English is the language used for all international air traffic controllers and all pilots who fly international must be proficient. I don't believe cruise ships have similar requirements but I believe that is the point you are trying to make here, that they should. Or at least that the company in charge of ships operations would at least assemble it crews that can communicate effectively with each other. I don't know what happened on Costa Concordia with their helmsman who couldn't understand orders in English or Italian but I don't honestly believe the company would have hired him if they knew this were the case. I believe the fellow somehow faked his way into being hired to a position for which he was not qualified in any way. Costa Crociere should have been more diligent in their screening process but I don't feel bad for the helmsman who cocked up repeatedly because he should have known that he was in over his head to begin with and lives were at stake. If he had been able to comprehend the orders the captain was giving and executed them correctly, this tragedy would not have occurred. True, the captain was operating a bit on the reckless side and he is the one who bears ultimate responsibility for the safe operation of his vessel, but he gave orders for that safe operation that were not followed as expected. No I do not feel the least bit bad for the Indonesian helmsman. He should have been below deck swabbing toilets, not steering the ship and he knew it as well as anyone.

    • isabel lind
      isabel lind  Жыл бұрын +6

      @Omustiia I feel bad for the man. Why the company wouldn't do their due diligence to ensure everyone they've got working on the bridge was working as a team and understood each other seems like an accident waiting to happen. If crews in the cockpits of airplanes all spoke different languages, what a mess it would be.

  • oliwer
    oliwer  Жыл бұрын +3762

    ”This is all just entertainment, it’s not news” is a surprisingly good description i haven’t heard before.

    • Ketsa Official
      Ketsa Official 4 ай бұрын

      It's literally entertainment news

    • Will Black
      Will Black  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Aza Aza They both used the same "it's not news" defense when they were sued.

    • Aza Aza
      Aza Aza  Жыл бұрын

      @Colin Taylor that was not Rachael Maddow.

    • Aaron O'Connor
      Aaron O'Connor  Жыл бұрын +1

      Sounds line Fox News trying to explain Tucker Carlsons employment.

  • RecBen
    RecBen   Жыл бұрын +47

    The Legend really said to a captain of a cruise ship, “I will cause you a boatload of trouble.” Give this man a medal of honor!

  • Mario Bowser494
    Mario Bowser494 4 ай бұрын +27

    “Between the events of 1912 and 2012 are the reason I’m a Conservative”
    Why did that make me laugh so much 😂

  • Jack Morris
    Jack Morris  Жыл бұрын +43

    First of all: this is a fantastic way to make use of all the cut content in an entertaining meta format.
    Secondly: wow, the video was so full of assets that you had to do the digital equivalent of mastering a cellulose film cut. Props for working that out.
    And third: love your unique style and I always get excited when i see a new main channel upload like "oh nice, new IH video! I'll watch it while eating dinner". Thanks for the entertaining content IH & team.

  • Lindsay Daly
    Lindsay Daly 5 ай бұрын +11

    Can't believe you animate these in Premiere. As an After Effects animator, I'd go insane! That said - I already knew exactly why these videos take so long. It's the same reason they're so incredible. The amount of attention to detail even in tedious hours of work. It always goes appreciated.

  • Ethan O. McBride
    Ethan O. McBride  Жыл бұрын +12

    Y’all don’t know how rare it is to see an Italian public servant who’s actually dedicated to good public service. This man is refreshing, even if he was 5⭐️

    • Patrick Cross
      Patrick Cross 9 ай бұрын +1

      I’m new to the Italian political sphere. Who exactly are Five Star in terms of their political alignment anyways?
      And on top of that, what did they do to make DeFalco start a beef with them? I’d heard something about him opposing an anti-migrant measure in Italy but that’s about all I could decipher.

  • bmg50barrett
    bmg50barrett  Жыл бұрын +1600

    Nice job Internet Historian. I am definitely one of the people that loves these longformat videos and watch them through 100% each time. Thank you for not succumbing to the easy uninspired 10min video algorithm garbage.

    • Odin Satanas
      Odin Satanas 5 ай бұрын

      But, long video essays/long form videos have become a very successful thing for an years now
      YMS, folding, mauler, RLM, Jay Exci, they all have 2-3 hour long videos and it's definitely something people are stoked on

    • Anti - Ethnic Cleansing
      Anti - Ethnic Cleansing 8 ай бұрын +1

      @A_Neko _C
      You only get your news from Internet Historian??! Wtf. Lol. That’s ridiculous.

    • Centrophy
      Centrophy  Жыл бұрын +7

      Or livestreams. I've seen a lot of great video producers move on to exclusively livestreaming because it's easier and superchats might be more lucrative.

  • Marcelina Uy
    Marcelina Uy  Жыл бұрын +24

    Correction for the translation in the 33:05 bit. The guy never said that the Captain made them cook for him. What he said was "The Captain arrived with a woman that I did not recognize." (He is also using a tense that implies that this happens during the boarding) -then there was a cut- "At that time- our dishes started falling down" and blah blah blah. Basically, the interview was deliberately mistranslated and cut to make it look more sensational than it really is.

  • Xerdar36
    Xerdar36  Жыл бұрын +23

    The engineers are really the heroes… takes a lot of guts to be hip deep in water working on electrical panels with a screwdriver…

  • Ian Irwin
    Ian Irwin  Жыл бұрын +20

    The blame was entirely placed on Captain Schettino's shoulders, but there was complacency in all areas of the ship's operation, far beyond the parts that he played. What's worse is, conditions were much better aboard the Concordia than most of the Costa fleet at the time.
    The emergency generator wasn't working properly due to lack of maintenance, and the emergency pumps can actually be run from the emergency generator, but weren't tested and kept in running order either.
    Before this incident, there was a worldwide complacency towards emergency drills, to the point where nobody was really sure how the whole evacuation plan really worked. On most vessels the evacuation plans left out so many important variables that in most real incidents they wouldn't have worked anyway.

  • Paul D.B
    Paul D.B 11 ай бұрын +14

    The conversation between the Captain and is De Falco is hilarious. Its like talking to a kid on the phone, but they're out of spanking range 😂

  • TheBfutgreg
    TheBfutgreg  Жыл бұрын +15

    I've dabbled in video editing before and could sense just how crazy the level of editing was, but even still this is impressive...it's a big reason why you're one of my favorite content creators that actually creates content

  • Cheng Teoh
    Cheng Teoh  Жыл бұрын +5525

    I now can't stop picturing what a Jaws movie would be like if you replaced the shark with a killer cruise ship ...
    Thank you Internet Historian.

    • Scott Symonds
      Scott Symonds  Жыл бұрын +1

      @hawkeye5955 Nah. It's too small to be the Bismarck. Plus, it's just abandoned after eating its crew, not sunken.

    • hawkeye5955
      hawkeye5955  Жыл бұрын

      @Scott Symonds : Is the battleship Bismarck?

    • Scott Symonds
      Scott Symonds  Жыл бұрын +3

      @Thesketchydude 13 If you go back even further and even more shark-like, Death Ship (1980) is about a sentient Nazi battleship that actively crashes into cruise ships so it can feed on the blood of the shipwrecked survivors.

    • WispyWoodsman
      WispyWoodsman  Жыл бұрын +7

      @Edgar Allan Pwned we're going to need a smaller boat. Much, much smaller.

    • James Kilgour
      James Kilgour  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Edgar Allan Pwned Dammit you beat me to it

  • Mark Doyle
    Mark Doyle  Жыл бұрын +12

    I love your intro about the engineers and how the ship actually works. I am actually a marine engineer and as far as I know the EDG situation was only the way that it was because of different regulations between countries. I know that in the US ships are required to have their EDG's like 2 or 3 decks above sea level which prevents water from shutting the EDG down. If the Costa had been a US flag ship the EDG at least wouldnt have been getting flooded as well as overheating. It's also not so much bad design as banking on the fact that the captain knows how to drive. The EDG is really only ever used to start the ship from a cold start where nothing is online. Additionally in the shipping world the higher you get in pay grade the less work you do but the more responsibility you take. The captain is the person the company gets to blame when anything went wrong basically a scapegoat even though most of the time he's literally not even on the bridge. It's a pay increase in exchange for higher potential jail time, if you don't know that as a captain then you are perfect for your position.

  • Vault- Tec
    Vault- Tec 4 ай бұрын +4

    Dude, you literally make any ad hilarious, I usually hate ads but yours are the exception, your comedy and vids make my day always, hope you’re doing good with everything going on around us

  • Ruthie Witter
    Ruthie Witter 28 күн бұрын

    Seriously, the amount of work that goes into every one of y’all’s videos is INSANE. I’m studying to be a graphic designer, and oh my stars, every single asset is like 10-30 minutes of work just prep, sometimes. There’s no automatic button to click and make it ready. Props to your team, they’re absolutely legendary

  • Prod.SpaceCadet
    Prod.SpaceCadet 3 ай бұрын +15

    I was so shocked by the spaghetti transition when I first saw it but now that I've heard u explain what went into it I think it's genius film making. $3.50 spent + the pot itself and I will always remember seeing that. great work man!

  • Oliver Pearce
    Oliver Pearce  Жыл бұрын +244

    "This is all just entertainment it's not news." God damn man. Not taking any prisoners today, are we?

  • p(cham)
    p(cham)  Жыл бұрын +1107

    The cut from you being genuinely empathetic towards Schettino to Schettino transposed on a car going off a mountain was an inspired choice

    • Kylie Healy
      Kylie Healy  Жыл бұрын +15

      'anyway, can't be too sad, CAR!'

  • Nichtmara19
    Nichtmara19 11 ай бұрын +12

    When he shows the files toward the end explaining why it takes so long to make these videos, it shows the Area 51 file. This might actually be all the vids he’s working on. Glad to know we are getting more from him in the future. Area 51 video is a masterpiece with one of the best anime battles of all time.

  • steven reddick
    steven reddick 7 ай бұрын +2

    Your videos are all excellent on all channels. The amount of asset sourcing, subject research, script writing, editing, file organizing, and compiling that goes into each video you publish must be absolutely backbreaking. You run one hell of a shop, man.

  • Aesyrbane
    Aesyrbane 2 ай бұрын

    The breakdown of how you put together / edit your videos is eye opening. I've barely dipped my toe in editing video. This would take months working all day every day. Incredible work mate.

  • Ruthie Witter
    Ruthie Witter 28 күн бұрын +1

    Freaking genius problem solving with OBS. It sucks you couldn’t just export it, but well done coming up with a work around. I’d never have known the video wasn’t just exported, I watched the whole thing, riveted and impressed at how detailed it was.

  • Ryan Kuechle
    Ryan Kuechle  Жыл бұрын +9

    Your videos are honestly editing masterpieces, I believed it before I saw the process and I’m even more amazed now. Wouldn’t be as incredible as it is if you didn’t take the time you do and it’s greatly appreciated

  • Avaint TF
    Avaint TF  Жыл бұрын +573

    He legit censored his feet. This man understands the internet.

    • ׂ
      ׂ 3 ай бұрын +2

      wikifeet in shambles

    • Mumkey Maan
      Mumkey Maan  Жыл бұрын +11

      Rule 34 Internet Historian is indeed a worrying concept

    • Juan Montejo
      Juan Montejo  Жыл бұрын +57

      He is THE Internet Historian after all

  • whoohaaXL
    whoohaaXL 3 ай бұрын +1

    I love, LOVE how he puts so much effort into the ads as well! 🤣🤣. Someone needs to make a collection of all of them with the whole "ad time" on purpose misspelling included too 😂

  • Jessica Fernanda
    Jessica Fernanda 5 ай бұрын +1

    I'm still impressed that you manage to have consistent uploads when there's this much editing that goes into the video, especially when you have multiple channels at a time. Kudos to you and your team

  • Master Skye
    Master Skye  Жыл бұрын +39

    You're the only KZclipr that actively makes me LOOK FORWARD to the *ads*

  • KEKstrodamus
    KEKstrodamus 2 ай бұрын +1

    IH is genuinely a good person. Makes me appreciate him & his team all the more

  • H I
    H I  Жыл бұрын +9

    Holy shit, that phone call with De Falco is fucking amazing. What a legend that man is.

  • SailorVince
    SailorVince  Жыл бұрын +237

    Imagine my surprise when I got informed by my viewers that my channel got mentioned in this video. I truly am honored. And the comment I gave in my video was 100% honest. Thank you Internet Historian for making this video, I am very glad to see so many people taking interest in the maritime world.

    • Old gregg's Mad memes
      Old gregg's Mad memes  Жыл бұрын +2

      Hi Vince love the channel

    • NinjaCell
      NinjaCell  Жыл бұрын +4

      Yes thanks Vince! You're a good lad

    • Skycux7
      Skycux7  Жыл бұрын +13

      Your videos were excellent as well! You added a lot of good context and were very educational.

  • Jasonlee97
    Jasonlee97  Жыл бұрын +4

    omg i had no idea making ur videos was so complex like i knew making videos was a big project but god damn this i would NEVER be able to do, Props to u and ur team ur newer videos are absolutely amazing and i honestly don't care how long it takes for u to upload videos since the quality and comedy is always funny as hell.

  • Shizamza
    Shizamza 5 ай бұрын

    Seeing the amount of work it wracked to make these videos stresses me out hahaha thanks for all the work you do. One of the greatest channels on KZclip

  • Batchima
    Batchima  Жыл бұрын +3

    Please don't stop making quality videos. No matter how long it takes :)

    • Sassy The Sasquatch
      Sassy The Sasquatch  Жыл бұрын

      New video should be up on the main channel within 24 hours

  • Oli
    Oli 8 күн бұрын

    The quality of this channel is so high, I am delighted to patreonise this as much as I can. I can relate to so much of the workload stress and issues too. Not at all surprised- particularly for something so we’ll made.

  • Handington
    Handington 9 ай бұрын +2

    Oh my gosh! I know the feeling of stuff not rendering, and needing to record with OBS! The framerate stutters and dips take forever to re-sync! You all are incredible!

  • Shady Merchant
    Shady Merchant  Жыл бұрын +3810

    Internet historian being incredibly smart by censoring his feet

    • Not Batman
      Not Batman  Жыл бұрын

      @Ace Phoenix But he did show his kitchen and his buddy and that's more than enough hints. Someone will find him

    • Kevin
      Kevin  Жыл бұрын +7

      Guys, think about it. He didn't censor his hands, which are _way_ more identifiable, but he censored his feet. I think it's obvious that he must have tattoos (or some other sort of recognizable scars, birthmarks, or other unique features) on one or both of his feet and/ or ankles.
      Or maybe he's finally wearing that friendship anklet with _my_ name on it that I sent him. He's so sweet, I just _knew_ he cared. Just like I care about this segue to our sponsor...
      Also might just be to ward off Tarantino.

    • RancidKippa
      RancidKippa  Жыл бұрын +1

      You gotta maintain market value

    • StormBurnX
      StormBurnX  Жыл бұрын

      @Jeremias Westmeier the spaghetti bit

    • SomethingStupid
      SomethingStupid  Жыл бұрын

      That’s what I came down to say

  • C. Stone
    C. Stone Ай бұрын

    De Falco's phone conversation with Schettino is still funny. I especially love the bit where Schettino complains about it being dark and de Falco mocks him. "It's dark and you want to go home?"

  • batmanonabike
    batmanonabike Ай бұрын

    Wow, watching the ‘making of’ was almost as interesting as the Q&A.
    Great work ❤

  • The Boy
    The Boy  Жыл бұрын +3

    Wow I have never seen a video so detailed in terms of literally describing the editing process, not as entertaining either! This video definitely is something else. So entertaining AND informative.

  • Alana Banana Canada
    Alana Banana Canada  Жыл бұрын +10

    Never change. Love the length, love the quality. Don't care they take forever to come out.

  • C K
    C K 5 ай бұрын +1

    I really really liked how you explain your process here. Most people just do not know how much time it takes to make content in this fashion and this was a really good fast look into what it entails. As always - stellar video.

  • Korbin's Looking Glass
    Korbin's Looking Glass  Жыл бұрын +6548

    I liked how Histroian sounded genuinely pissed off when the news stations made mistakes

    • RedMist
      RedMist 7 ай бұрын

      38:30 I love how he censored the toes lmao. truly high attention to details

    • ReloadPsi
      ReloadPsi 7 ай бұрын +1

      If news outlets were obligated to put their corrections on the front page or open the programme with them and so on, you'd see a whole lot fewer mistakes.

  • mrmexas
    mrmexas  Жыл бұрын +3

    This production team is a talented gift to humanity.

  • Philippe F
    Philippe F  Жыл бұрын +2

    Would love a long version, especially concerning the technical team and their getaway.

  • Michelle Gummeson
    Michelle Gummeson 2 ай бұрын

    Long videos are the best!!! 5 minutes is not enough. Love learning all this background stuff.

  • James Donovan
    James Donovan 11 ай бұрын +1

    Really enjoyed the more in-depth explanation of certain events in this. The real treat was a behind the scenes look at exactly what it takes to make these masterpieces. It really showcases your skill not as an investigative journalist youtubeist(?😂) but also the dedication you have towards crafting the best videos you can.
    Take all the time you need, I'll keep rewatching your old videos over and over in the meantime. Cheers!

  • Mitch Stew
    Mitch Stew  Жыл бұрын +5

    As a video editor myself, I just about died laughing as you described how you "rendered" the final edit. I've been in that same boat before and it is the worst feeling in the world when the render fails.

  • Monkeyzone456
    Monkeyzone456  Жыл бұрын +1104

    Internet Historian really is a better journalist than any other news outlet that reported this

    • Metastatic Malady
      Metastatic Malady  Жыл бұрын

      @Blake Tbh, fake news is a very real and troubling thing. The public everywhere, not just the states, have been lied to and misinformed for decades and it still continues to this day. Saying this does not make me a right wing fuck nut. The media played a huge part in selling the Iraq war, and many countless other bullshit stories, such as what’s going on in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Even in this video, you see Italian media, politicians and others in power spinning complete bullshit.

    • TheArklyte
      TheArklyte  Жыл бұрын

      @Yozul1 "news" with very big quotation marks:D
      Problem is that actual journalist stories that try to remain neutral and report only facts always feel like empty and slow process to people. Why wait for an autopsy when you can make a wild guess and blame one of family members? If it all goes wrong you'll just print "We're sorry" near the headline about said family member being driven to suicide by combination of grief and accusations and insults:))

    • TheArklyte
      TheArklyte  Жыл бұрын +1

      "Sir, you have a bunch of reporters trying to storm our front door and gentleman from Times, who'll arrive at 3 o'clock."
      This is an anecdote from newspaper era. Not all "reporters" and media are made equal, most of them don't deserve to be called journalists and twisted take on gonzo journalism that aim to sale not even opinions instead of facts, but just screen time, is hardly anywhere near journalism.
      "Journalism is dead."©®™

    • Skeets McGrew
      Skeets McGrew  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Blake hey Trump doesnt own the concept of "fake news," in fact he has contributed to the proliferation of fake news because now anyone who questions the validity of a news source is seen as a right-wing moron. His concept of "fake news" is those that dont support what he believes and what makes him look good. Actual fake news has been a problem for decades now

    • Nova LaPointe
      Nova LaPointe  Жыл бұрын +2

      Where do you think he got a lot of his information form

  • FederinzC
    FederinzC  Жыл бұрын +4

    Many thanks for the videos! In Italy there's unfortunately a widespread culture of bloodthirst to find a definitive culprit and have its head, no matter the complexity of the situations. Populist politicians and gossip medias jump on it right away too. Luckily there are people and institutions trying to balance this, but the pressure to find and punish the "Patient 0" (Covid reference) is high on the justice system. Cpt. S. definetely deserves consequences for being in charge of a ship having an accident, badly managing the situation and then outright leaving his duty. But people also wanted a hero and a bad guy, expecting to make examples of them and leaving out "minor characters".
    As for the Moby Prince, that's a big and sinister story for the evidence of the accident clearly hints to big, dangerous criminal traffic and deep corruption of italian maritime institutions. Of course it was never cleared as it should have been, the victims and their families still look for explainations. Anyone in a good position touching the subject is playing with fire. That instead of petty (while possible) games of power and attention would much better explain De Falco's demotion (though we might never know).

  • Maritime History
    Maritime History  Жыл бұрын +2

    Take your time doing these videos. Don't rush them for us. It would be nice if you do more videos talking about other ships!

  • zombieregime
    zombieregime 5 ай бұрын +1

    The best answer to an indignant 'why does it take so long for you to upload a video?!?!' is "hey, hows about you give producing a video, JUST IN EDITING, a try. Its NOT a quick process. Ever. Period."
    That being said, as someone who has taken on editing and VFX duties for various projects in the past, your demonstration of the workflow and process of compiling assets into a coherent finished product is absolutely lovely. Dealing with people that expect every content creator to have something new every few days is like those people that gripe about taxes and business but ultimately dont understand how taxes work or what its takes to operate a business, many people just simply have no clue the workload involved with simply editing elements into a video. Nevermind all of the work that goes into acquiring those assets, and the audio capture process, and even the drafting, rewriting, fact checking, proofreading (multiple times), before even setting up the microphone..... Production is an intricate machine. Any channel that does it quickly either has an entire team at every step spreading the workload, or is producing low effort content that just needs to be dumped to a basic editing program and spliced together. In fabrication there is a saying: "You can have it fast, you can have it cheap, or you can have it made well. Pick two." So, you youngins that havent spent the time pondering the work that goes into literally everything around you, just enjoy the content that comes out and while waiting patiently for the next video show some appreciation for the fact they even get made at all.

  • 103213able
    103213able  Жыл бұрын +2

    Holy shit I really appreciate all the work you do. Take as much time as you need for your videos because the quality of your stuff is amazing. Thank you for this q and a

  • JB Automotive and Marine
    JB Automotive and Marine 5 ай бұрын

    Thanks for all your hard work your team puts into your videos. Your content is hard to beat. Cheers 🍻

  • s ss
    s ss  Жыл бұрын +2735

    "Do you want to go home, Schettino? It's dark and you want to go home?" LMAO this deserved to be in the main video

    • TheGuyWithABatSuit
      TheGuyWithABatSuit  Жыл бұрын +3

      @Paulo Zavaleta I found the video!
      You still want it?

    • Paulo Zavaleta
      Paulo Zavaleta  Жыл бұрын +8

      @Harri Foster Any links you could share?

    • Harri Foster
      Harri Foster  Жыл бұрын +49

      There’s a documentary out there made solely of footage from passengers and the audio and video recordings from the coastguard and I highly recommend it - theres the entire conversation between Schettino and the coastguard controller and its brilliant. As a crew member on a cruise ship, it’s terrible that any of our captains would act this way and be reacting to anything like this the way he did, but the conversation is fantastic to listen to just with how together the controller had it and how he tried every trick in the book to get Schettino back on board to co-ordinate evacuation.

    • Voodoo
      Voodoo  Жыл бұрын +17

      I agree. That was the best part in the recording :D

    • devon esq.
      devon esq.  Жыл бұрын +92

      de falco is a man i can really respect. he literally fucked schettino with words.
      the captain goes down with the ship

  • shabba P
    shabba P  Жыл бұрын +3

    Really enjoyed the peak into what it takes to make these videos, pretty mind boggling to see how much effort/creativity goes into just a few seconds

  • Anna
    Anna  Жыл бұрын +1

    Your longer videos are worth the wait! Plus it's nice to go back and rewatch

  • Maher Magdy
    Maher Magdy  Жыл бұрын +74

    "Basically the engineers are the main heroes of the story ".
    aha as usual i see.

    • Sgt. Thundercok
      Sgt. Thundercok 10 ай бұрын +2

      Except for the ones that designed the ship and that crap electrical system layout.

    • Lyndis Legion
      Lyndis Legion  Жыл бұрын +2

      Engineers are nothing less than unsung heroes

    • Ivan Voronov
      Ivan Voronov  Жыл бұрын +2

      You have to be proffesional to be an engineer

  • R
    R  Жыл бұрын +1

    Seeing what you guys decided to cut is impressive as hell. All the work you did and the ability to see when it just doesn’t work.

  • konaya
    konaya  Жыл бұрын +924

    I actually started genuinely feeling good about Raycon Man before catching myself wondering what the hell I was thinking.

    • Koen Van Damme
      Koen Van Damme  Жыл бұрын +2

      So you're saying you don't want him to be happy?

    • Snail
      Snail  Жыл бұрын +26

      His father was killed by wired headphones.

    • The Great Zoom
      The Great Zoom  Жыл бұрын +2


    • Smiles for Days
      Smiles for Days  Жыл бұрын +2

      Just paired 😂

    • stank
      stank  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Stacie Mohler no really

  • Fedor B
    Fedor B 7 ай бұрын +1

    I always rewatch all Internet Historian viseos from time to time, that's how they good are :)

  • ParticularBored
    ParticularBored  Жыл бұрын +1

    Much respect for all the work ya'll do collectively. On all channels. 👍🏻

  • SiNCry0
    SiNCry0  Жыл бұрын +1

    Please don't stop making long videos like Cost of Concordia!

  • Tim Chapelle
    Tim Chapelle  Жыл бұрын +1

    I am amazed by the level of editing that goes into these videos!!! Thank you so much!

  • Joe Morgan
    Joe Morgan 3 ай бұрын +2

    This is just as fantastic as the main channel vid.
    Great Historianing Mr Internet.

  • Khamûl the Wack
    Khamûl the Wack  Жыл бұрын +2379

    In my opinion, Schettino deserved his punishment once he started lying about the situation to the passengers and shirking responsibility. Everything else I can accept, his bad moves and judgment up to the point of the crash are whatever, but as soon as he knew water was coming on board the ship and people's lives were at stake, he should have done everything he could to save those people.
    And if he couldn't handle that responsibility (which he clearly couldn't) fucker shouldn't have been made a captain.

    • Frank Lewis
      Frank Lewis  Жыл бұрын

      it shouldn't have been captain in the first place. Whoever employed him is just as much too blame

    • Joseph Bouch
      Joseph Bouch  Жыл бұрын

      He deserved punishment, but he didnt deserve to be made the scape goat, he made bad decisions and the time he got was justified but he wasnt the only one in the wrong, yet he was blamed entirely for the disaster.
      The helmsmans many fuck ups, the complacency about procedure, the other lying crew mates, and the fact Costa Crocier (idk how to spell that) lied about thier policy to redirect responsibility from them to the captain, shouldn't go ignored

    • jmreeves89
      jmreeves89  Жыл бұрын

      @The Viking Sock cause that's what he was trained for and pledged to do... That's like a firefighter coming to your house to put out a fire and then bailing cause it was hotter than he thought

    • The Viking Sock
      The Viking Sock  Жыл бұрын

      Yeah, but how does someone know, if he/she is able to handle something like that, without being in such a situation before?

    • jmreeves89
      jmreeves89  Жыл бұрын

      See, I actually feel opposite. I get not giving all information to the passengers because it cause a panic/pandemonium and people could get hurt by trampling, jumping, acting out of fear, etc. The bad choices and judgement I feel are in direct contradiction to what a captain should (and is required by law) to be. But, everyone sees things through their lenses, and I'm not discrediting your opinion as I can see your point.
      I think we all agree him leaving the ship first was a total douchebag move though lol

  • Shabana Bader
    Shabana Bader  Жыл бұрын +1

    It's both absolutely amazing and inspiring to see your work. I geniunely enjoy your content a lot, I love that you're committed to quality and actually care about the content you put out and us, the viewers. I'm sincerely grateful to you for all the things you put out, I appreciate it a lot. I'm thankful for it, I truly am.
    Your content just not only entertains me but it also inspires me a lot; as I'm a editor and motion graphics designer - But your content just helps me in general with a lot of things. How to write, how to edit, how to research, how to all and so on.. you get the idea.
    Your stuff is just very inspiring for me, both in terms of skills and in terms of being a good and rational person. You're lovely. I wish you, and everyone you care about, all the well wishes and good intentions.
    Please keep making stuff for as long you can, and for as long you want.
    Love ya!

  • Jack Chambers
    Jack Chambers  Жыл бұрын +1

    Wow; this entire video is super great to just get more in depth info on the topic, how you researched and the like; but WOW-- I'm just really, really impressed and scared of the compositing in your video files. 40+ min is so dang much, and there really is so much that goes into making even the simplest animations and such, and this was a great peek behind the curtain. I didn't know premiere files could *look* like that, it's insane 😂 Thanks for sharing!

  • Atlasguy tinyproductions
    Atlasguy tinyproductions 9 ай бұрын +3

    I like how Martin the Magician’s true act in the end was disappearing from the face of the earth.
    Atleast he was human enough to let one of the actors out of the box.

  • Abhainn XV
    Abhainn XV 10 күн бұрын

    Oh boy, that last part about the rendering, I felt that. You gotta render repeatedly as you edit, Premiere will only attempt to render unrendered frames, so it's best to render whenever you've completed an individual scene or a particularly hard shot or whatever. If you get it rendered earlier, you won't be smacked with a massive list of errors and Premiere won't freak out about it.

  • OzzyInSpace
    OzzyInSpace 3 ай бұрын +17

    XQC missing the text on the screen to note it wasn't a real image is par for the course. lol - Literally... he would. Also hilarious, since that is who's image popped in my head, the moment you said "some people".

  • agitatedzone
    agitatedzone  Жыл бұрын +1488

    a historian is never late, nor is he early, he arrives precisely when he means to

    • butiz
      butiz  Жыл бұрын +1

      So do wizards

    • Paulo Yánez
      Paulo Yánez  Жыл бұрын +14

      He makes us wait. He knows the value of delayed gratification. He makes us wait so when the notification comes...we do it simultaneously

    • Grant Smith
      Grant Smith  Жыл бұрын +14

      “All right, then. Keep your secrets.”

    • Sehaj Thind
      Sehaj Thind  Жыл бұрын +3

      Late, always late. Gosh what an ALPHAMALE 🥵🥵

  • brownishblue
    brownishblue  Жыл бұрын +2

    I love the quality& of you work, love the effects and that you construct everything, big love and thank you for the team!

  • Arkus
    Arkus  Жыл бұрын +3

    I appreciate these videos as much as your main content, thanks for making it!

  • ThatDudeWithBoobs
    ThatDudeWithBoobs  Жыл бұрын

    The behind the scenes stuff in your Q&A vids are just as entertaining to watch as the actual production 😃👍

  • Azazel226
    Azazel226  Жыл бұрын +3

    I hope your channel advertisers understand the genius and effort you put into these plugs.