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  • what do you think about the recent trend of japanese?

    你對最近的日本人的趨勢怎麼看?

  • Youtubers reacting to your videos, reaction videos.

    Youtubers對你的視頻做出反應,反應視頻。

  • What reaction video?

    什麼反應視頻?

  • My God, what the, what is going on?

    我的上帝,這,這到底是怎麼回事?

  • Make it stop, make it stop, wow.

    讓它停下來,讓它停下來,哇。

  • So you might have noticed recently if you watch videos about Japan that everyone and their mom has been churning out reaction videos, particularly to a video I made a few years ago called what not to do in Japan with this terrible thumbnail.

    是以,如果你看關於日本的視頻,你可能已經注意到最近每個人和他們的媽媽都在製作反應視頻,特別是針對我幾年前製作的一個視頻,叫做在日本不要做什麼,有這個可怕的縮略圖。

  • I'm sick to death of seeing now.

    我現在已經看不下去了。

  • I've never really got the whole reaction video thing.

    我從來沒有真正得到整個反應視頻的東西。

  • I don't think I've made a single reaction video ever and the 200 videos that I've made and I guess that's because when it comes to reaction videos, I've always thought he really wants to watch them.

    我想我從來沒有拍過一個反應視頻,而我所拍的200個視頻,我想這是因為當涉及到反應視頻時,我一直認為他真的想看。

  • And at the end of this, is that three million views just to watch a person.

    而在這件事的最後,是三百萬的瀏覽量只是為了看一個人。

  • Watch another person.

    看著另一個人。

  • This guy is a genius.

    這傢伙是個天才。

  • George George Japan, I hope that's his real name.

    喬治-日本,我希望這是他的真名。

  • George Japan.

    喬治-日本。

  • Maybe I should rebrand to chris England.

    也許我應該改名為克里斯-英格蘭。

  • But look at this perplexed expression combined with the word interesting.

    但看看這個困惑的表情與有趣這個詞相結合。

  • It's genius.

    這是個天才。

  • How could I not click on that?

    我怎麼能不點擊它呢?

  • It must be, must be bloody spectacular.

    它必須是,必須是血腥的壯觀。

  • Let's have a look at them before we watch it.

    在觀看之前,讓我們先看看它們。

  • Let's put it into 10 80 p.

    讓我們把它變成10個80P。

  • I can't watch a video in 4 80 p.

    我不能在4個80P中觀看視頻。

  • Is that it?

    是這樣嗎?

  • 4 80 p.

    4 80 p.

  • Only 3.3 million views and a 4 80 p video.

    只有330萬次瀏覽,4個80p的視頻。

  • You having a laugh and here I am like an idiot trying to make videos in four K.

    你在笑,而我卻像個白痴一樣試圖在4K內製作視頻。

  • Super wonder definition so you can practically reach out and touch Joey the anime man's face and a bath for what?

    超級神奇的清晰度讓你幾乎可以伸手摸到喬伊這個動漫人的臉,洗個澡做什麼?

  • Nothing.

    沒有什麼。

  • I should have just filmed it all on my broken iphone in 4 80 piss.

    我應該用我的破蘋果手機拍下這一切,用4個80的小便。

  • Right, okay, we're going to stop the video there for a moment.

    對了,好了,我們要把視頻停在那裡一會兒。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • Some people might find this sort of thing funny, but I certainly don't.

    有些人可能覺得這種事很有趣,但我肯定不覺得。

  • Quite frankly, I feel he's disrespectful to the people of Japan.

    坦率地說,我覺得他是對日本人民的不尊重。

  • If you don't like Japan, go home to your own country, if you can't stand the heat, get out of the go somewhere else.

    如果你不喜歡日本,就回你自己的國家去,如果你不能忍受高溫,就離開去別的地方。

  • Quite frankly, clearly he's run out of ideas and I don't want to watch anymore.

    坦率地說,顯然他已經沒有想法了,我不想再看了。

  • What are we going to watch some more?

    我們還要看些什麼呢?

  • So when I first started seeing these reaction videos pop up, I was pretty surprised and I really sat up and took notice when the Japan times did an article discussing the emerging trend of japanese reaction channels and by now you probably hate this damn thumbnail as much as I do as more and more creators utilize it in increasingly provocative ways.

    是以,當我第一次開始看到這些反應視頻出現時,我非常驚訝,當《日本時報》發表文章討論日本反應頻道的新興趨勢時,我真的坐不住了,現在你可能和我一樣討厭這個該死的縮略圖,因為越來越多的創作者以越來越挑釁的方式利用它。

  • What started out as all interesting.

    開始的時候都很有趣。

  • It's gone on to become, that's bullshit.

    後來就變成了,那是胡說八道。

  • Lies rubbish.

    謊言垃圾。

  • In fact, I predict by the year 2025 most people actually watch abroad in Japan through someone else's youtube channel.

    事實上,我預測到2025年,大多數人在日本實際上是通過別人的youtube頻道觀看國外的節目。

  • In fact, you're probably not watching this video on abroad in Japan right now.

    事實上,你現在可能沒有在國外的日本看這個視頻。

  • Probably on the George.

    可能是在喬治號上。

  • Japan, isn't it?

    日本,不是嗎?

  • George is up there somewhere reacting away, aren't you?

    喬治在上面的某個地方做出了反應,不是嗎?

  • George reacting in a room.

    喬治在一個房間裡的反應。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • To be honest, Chris your face looks better in four ADP.

    說實話,克里斯你的臉在四個ADP中看起來更好。

  • Anyway.

    無論如何。

  • Now, perhaps understandably, I get a lot of questions about this.

    現在,也許可以理解,我收到了很多關於這個的問題。

  • How do I feel?

    我的感覺如何?

  • Do I benefit from having people react to the video?

    我是否從人們對視頻的反應中受益?

  • Does the original video do better?

    原始視頻是否做得更好?

  • What the ethics around just taking someone's entire video and just reacting to it at your desk and am I angry about it?

    圍繞著什麼道德,只是把別人的整個視頻,只是在你的辦公桌上做出反應,我是否對此感到憤怒?

  • To which I say yes, I am angry off with their heads, a lot of them.

    對此,我說是的,我對他們的腦袋很生氣,很多人都是如此。

  • Oh God, if you're gonna make a toy sword, like have a volume control on it, that's really, that's really unnecessarily loud.

    哦,天哪,如果你要做一把玩具劍,比如在上面有一個音量控制,那真的,那真的是不必要的大聲。

  • I don't, don't know what I've got this, put that there, but I'll get to my brutal, honest opinions in a minute because I feel like before we reach any conclusions, we should probably watch some of these reaction videos first.

    我不,不知道我有這個,把那個放在那裡,但我一會就會說到我殘酷的、誠實的意見,因為我覺得在我們得出任何結論之前,我們也許應該先看一些這些反應視頻。

  • God forbid.

    上帝保佑。

  • So buckle up and get ready for the next level of inception style reaction videos where you can watch a british guy reacting to a Japanese guy reacting to a british guy reacting to Japan, fuck my life, this is it is the future of youtube, the future.

    是以,繫好安全帶,準備好迎接下一個級別的入世式反應視頻,在那裡你可以看到一個英國人對一個日本人的反應,一個英國人對日本的反應,他媽的我的生活,這就是它是YouTube的未來,未來。

  • We deserve.

    我們應得的。

  • This product is pretty, pretty damn intimidating.

    這個產品是相當,相當該死的嚇人。

  • I'm telling you not to do what not to do in Japan by Yuya with very, very ominous looking expression.

    我告訴你,在日本不要做什麼,不要做什麼,尤亞的表情非常非常不祥。

  • Let's see what happens.

    讓我們看看會發生什麼。

  • Welcome back to my channel today.

    歡迎今天回到我的頻道。

  • Let me try to react to this video again.

    讓我再試著對這個視頻做出反應。

  • 12 things not to do in Japan in the last video.

    在日本不能做的12件事在最後的視頻中。

  • That was my first reaction videos.

    這是我的第一反應視頻。

  • So I wasn't good enough and I got some comments doing it again because the first attempt wasn't good enough.

    所以我不夠好,我得到了一些評論,因為第一次嘗試不夠好,所以再做一次。

  • That is, that is pretty impressive.

    那是,那是相當令人印象深刻的。

  • I think my favorite thing about watching these reaction videos is seeing where all the different people are reacting from you.

    我認為我最喜歡看這些反應視頻,是看到所有不同的人對你的反應。

  • It looks like he's at work in an office or something.

    看起來他在辦公室或其他地方工作。

  • He's very smart.

    他非常聰明。

  • It's like he just snuck off to the side room quickly because he simply had to react to this to this video.

    就像他只是迅速地溜到了邊上的房間,因為他只是不得不對這段視頻做出反應。

  • Hello guys, I'm George.

    大家好,我是喬治。

  • So today I'm going to react to a video called 12 things.

    所以今天我要對一個叫12件事的視頻做出反應。

  • I just love how humble georges right?

    我只是喜歡謙虛的喬治,對嗎?

  • He's barely in the frame of his own video.

    他幾乎沒有出現在自己的視頻畫面中。

  • Like the doors on the right hand side of the frame take up more space than George does.

    就像框架右側的門比喬治所佔的空間更大。

  • What humble guy.

    多麼謙虛的傢伙。

  • Japanese lady reacts to.

    日本女士對。

  • 12 things not to do in Japan.

    在日本不能做的12件事。

  • Mrs eats straight up.

    夫人直接吃了。

  • Eat.

    吃吧。

  • You're getting it yet.

    你得到了它呢。

  • There's a lot of eating going on there.

    那裡有很多吃的東西正在進行。

  • Let's dive in.

    讓我們深入瞭解一下。

  • Hi everyone, this is Mrs eat today.

    大家好,我是今天的吃貨太太。

  • We're gonna be watching 12 things not to do in Japan seems very nice.

    我們要看的是在日本不能做的12件事,似乎非常好。

  • I like to think when she's not filming reaction videos or eating things.

    我喜歡在她不拍攝反應視頻或吃東西的時候思考。

  • She adorns the impressive red samurai helmet behind her on the shelf and becomes Japan's most ruthless masked vigilante like batman, Japanese batman, but with the samurai helmet, that's Mrs eats if you want to exchange your name card with your client.

    她把身後令人印象深刻的紅色武士頭盔裝飾在架子上,成為日本最無情的蒙面義警,就像蝙蝠俠,日本的蝙蝠俠,但有了武士頭盔,如果你想和客戶交換名片,那就是吃太太了。

  • This is your client and you, you have to be below than him because this is showing some respect.

    這是你的客戶,而你,你必須比他低,因為這是表示一些尊重。

  • That's awkward.

    這就很尷尬了。

  • I didn't know that.

    我不知道這一點。

  • That was supposed to hold your business card below the client.

    那本來是用來在客戶下面放你的名片的。

  • I'm usually up here and they're down there.

    我通常在上面,他們在下面。

  • I think that might explain quite a lot of situations I've got myself into over the years.

    我想這可能解釋了這些年來我所陷入的很多情況。

  • Good commentary.

    好的評論。

  • It's interesting point.

    這是有趣的一點。

  • Tokyo foodie Sarah literally tearing her hair out what the funk it says, let's, let's have a look.

    東京的美食家莎拉簡直要把頭髮撕掉了,它說的是什麼,讓我們,讓我們看一看。

  • Hey guys, welcome to my channel.

    嘿,夥計們,歡迎來到我的頻道。

  • Tokyo 30 Sarah.

    東京30歲的薩拉。

  • If you're new here, my name is Sarah and I make videos on Japanese food and culture.

    如果你是新來的,我叫莎拉,我製作關於日本食物和文化的視頻。

  • No.

    沒有。

  • Yeah, good cakes.

    是的,好的蛋糕。

  • Oh no, NATO.

    哦,不,北約。

  • So fermented soybeans, bad move.

    是以,發酵的大豆,不好的舉動。

  • There took a sharp turn today.

    今天出現了一個急轉彎。

  • I want to be reacting to abroad in Japan channels most watched video.

    我想對國外在日本頻道觀看次數最多的視頻做出反應。

  • 12 things not to do in Japan.

    在日本不能做的12件事。

  • First thoughts how many dalmations died for that top Sarah.

    首先想到的是,有多少隻達爾馬特犬為那頂薩拉而死。

  • Second thoughts, I have to say that's one of the most impressive british accent I've ever heard from a Japanese person you put ricotta Rose accent to shame.

    第二種想法,我不得不說這是我聽過的日本人說的最令人印象深刻的英國口音之一,你讓里科塔-羅斯的口音感到羞愧。

  • Well done.

    做得好。

  • I have a question if we meet today right now and exchanged our business card, what would you think if we act like this?

    我有一個問題,如果我們今天現在見面,交換了我們的名片,如果我們像這樣行事,你會怎麼想?

  • Oh, your name is you, You wanna be cool.

    哦,你的名字是你,你想變得很酷。

  • Cool billions cards.

    涼爽的數十億卡片。

  • Huh?

    嗯?

  • Hmm.

    嗯。

  • I like it.

    我喜歡它。

  • Alright, see you next time.

    好了,下次見。

  • Bye.

    再見。

  • Why do I get the impression he does that Look at this.

    為什麼我覺得他是這樣做的呢? 看看這個。

  • 11,000 people have liked it.

    有11,000人喜歡它。

  • That's how screwed we are.

    這就是我們的困境。

  • People actually like really throws Japan.

    人們實際上喜歡真的拋出日本。

  • Here we go welcome to Rio Tokyo.

    在這裡,我們歡迎來到里約東京。

  • Japan and I need to confess that I never watch aboard in Japan apart from the ones I mean yeah, laugh at your crap jokes.

    日本,我需要承認,除了那些我指的是是的,笑你的垃圾笑話之外,我從來不看日本的board。

  • Looking through the channel.

    透過通道看去。

  • I found out that the most watched video ever was called 12 things not to do in Japan and without me in it.

    我發現有史以來觀看人數最多的視頻叫《在日本不能做的12件事》,裡面沒有我。

  • Yes, notice whenever realtor is not in the video, people actually want to watch it walking down the street whilst eating and drinking is illegal.

    是的,注意每當房地產商不在視頻中時,人們實際上想看它走在街上,而吃喝是非法的。

  • You're not going to get shouted at, you're not gonna get.

    你不會被大喊大叫,你不會得到。

  • But what you will get is the stare of disapproval.

    但你將得到的是不贊成的目光。

  • Kind of not that strict if you google table, which means eat and drink well water.

    如果你用谷歌表,也就是吃喝井水,就沒有那麼嚴格。

  • You can find many good places for a rookie for instance, in Osaka, I see a lot of people eating Tako Yaki while walking so it doesn't make sense.

    你可以找到很多菜鳥的好地方,例如,在大阪,我看到很多人邊走邊吃章魚燒,所以這是不可能的。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • So please don't take it seriously.

    所以請不要把它當真。

  • There are a lot of people including me do drink Starbucks coffee while walking even in Tokyo or everywhere.

    有很多人,包括我,即使在東京或任何地方,都會邊走邊喝星巴克咖啡。

  • So it's okay eating while walking is not seen as such a good thing.

    所以沒關係,邊走邊吃並不被看作是一件好事。

  • My hometown is not a big city.

    我的家鄉不是一個大城市。

  • So one day I was waiting for my train at the platform and I was eating a small cracker like this.

    所以有一天,我在站臺上等我的火車,我正在吃這樣的小餅乾。

  • There was nobody behind me and then suddenly older guy was approaching me and then suddenly he looked at me.

    我身後沒有人,然後突然有年長的人向我走來,然後突然他看著我。

  • This is not true.

    這是不正確的。

  • I don't agree with him on this part because sneezing and blowing nodes are completely normal quality function.

    在這部分我不同意他的觀點,因為打噴嚏和擤鼻涕是完全正常的品質功能。

  • It cannot be healthy.

    這不可能是健康的。

  • What do you have to do is very simple?

    你要做的事情非常簡單?

  • You have to show your effort to try to make this sound smaller to show some effort.

    你必須展示你的努力,試圖讓這個聲音小一點,以顯示一些努力。

  • What does that mean when blowing one's nose?

    擤鼻涕時是什麼意思?

  • How do you make an effort?

    你如何做出努力?

  • Like What is the scale of blowing your nose in the UK?

    比如在英國擤鼻涕的尺度是什麼?

  • We just blow our nose there and then right, we don't really have some sort of special you year scale.

    我們只是在那裡擤鼻涕,然後對,我們並沒有真正有某種特殊的你年規模。

  • I want to see a dedicated video.

    我希望看到一個專門的視頻。

  • If you're watching this, make the video, we deserve how to blow your nose.

    如果你正在看這個,做視頻,我們值得如何吹鼻子。

  • I'm 11 minutes in.

    我已經11分鐘了。

  • I haven't seen you your smile and I want to see a smile come on eric this is getting very serious.

    我沒有看到你的笑容,我想看到你的笑容,來吧,埃裡克,這變得非常嚴重。

  • What is that?

    那是什麼?

  • Is that a smile there?

    那是一個微笑嗎?

  • It's kind of like is it weird that I'm getting anxiety from watching this because of how close Sarah's chin is to the razor sharp edge of that reaction video.

    這有點像我在看這個的時候感到焦慮,因為莎拉的下巴離那段反應視頻中的銳利邊緣有多近,這很奇怪嗎?

  • Like if her arms slip, she's gonna smash her face into that corner.

    就像如果她的手臂滑落,她的臉就會砸到那個角落。

  • Like if you're gonna make a reaction video, please make sure to do it.

    就像如果你要做一個反應視頻,請確保做到這一點。

  • A safe distance, health and safety first.

    安全距離,健康和安全第一。

  • Real Frenchman responds to abroad in Japan.

    真正的法國人在日本對國外做出了迴應。

  • Alright, let's check this out.

    好吧,讓我們來看看這個。

  • This is without a doubt a real Frenchman plant.

    毫無疑問,這是一種真正的法國人植物。

  • Can you sexy at that point?

    在這一點上,你能性感嗎?

  • All right.

    好的。

  • I love the way he's trying to one up me with his massive plant on the desk there.

    我喜歡他試圖用他在桌子上的巨大植物來超越我的方式。

  • I remember when I used to film this window actually I thought the backdrop looked really crap.

    我記得以前拍這個窗口的時候,其實我覺得這個背景看起來真的很垃圾。

  • So I used to rather awkwardly stick a fake plant in the background to try and make things nice.

    是以,我曾經相當尷尬地在背景中貼上一個假的植物,試圖使事情變得美好。

  • But I've come a long way since then got rid of the plant.

    但從那時起,我已經走了很長的路,擺脫了這個植物。

  • Mm hmm.

    嗯,嗯。

  • If you've got a running, so intimidating, that noise, you think that something bad is gonna happen?

    如果你有一個正在運行的,如此令人生畏的,那種噪音,你認為會有壞事發生嗎?

  • Any hand drying gonna get funked up by George.

    任何手的乾燥都會被喬治弄得很糟糕。

  • He looks a little red here.

    他在這裡看起來有點紅。

  • Is he drunk?

    他喝醉了嗎?

  • But how dare you abroad in Japan videos always shot sober and in a clear state of mind unless I'm drunk.

    但你怎麼敢在日本的國外視頻中,除非我喝醉了,否則總是在清醒的狀態下拍攝,而且頭腦清晰。

  • Like I probably was here, probably cheap.

    就像我可能在這裡,可能很便宜。

  • Which don't pause the video there.

    其中不要在那裡暫停視頻。

  • Look at that, It's horrible.

    看看這個,太可怕了。

  • I think this is my main issue with reaction videos.

    我想這是我對反應視頻的主要問題。

  • They always pause at the worst possible moment.

    他們總是在最糟糕的時刻暫停。

  • I mean, look at that, that's the last thing you see before you die time.

    我的意思是,看看這個,這是你在死亡時間之前看到的最後一件事。

  • One of my colleagues when I was teaching, I asked him do you have any pets?

    我在教書時的一個同事,我問他你有什麼寵物嗎?

  • And he said to me, maybe my cat is dead laughing at a dead cat George disgrace.

    他對我說,也許我的貓已經死了,在笑死貓喬治的恥辱。

  • Come on.

    來吧。

  • Oh yes, yes, he fucking smiled.

    哦,是的,是的,他他媽的笑了。

  • Thank God for that big smile.

    感謝上帝賜予我們如此燦爛的笑容。

  • He said, what a nice young man.

    他說,多麼好的一個年輕人。

  • I like this year.

    我喜歡這一年。

  • Yeah, he's a good lad.

    是的,他是個好小夥子。

  • So is this christmas it's quality content.

    這個聖誕節也是如此,它是高質量的內容。

  • Watching a Japanese guy react to another Japanese guy butchering john Lennon.

    看一個日本人對另一個日本人屠戮約翰-列儂的反應。

  • Oh no George.

    哦,不,喬治。

  • Oh, that's key is not going to like that when you come to Japan, please please don't be nervous.

    哦,那是關鍵是不會喜歡的,當你來到日本,請請不要緊張。

  • We're all kind.

    我們都很善良。

  • And also when I go to your country, please be kind to me.

    還有,當我去你的國家時,請對我好一點。

  • No, sorry George.

    不,對不起,喬治。

  • That's not how the UK works.

    英國不是這樣的。

  • So what do I think about all these reaction videos and is it actually beneficial to me personally?

    那麼,我對所有這些反應視頻有什麼看法,它對我個人是否真正有益?

  • I think like a lot of people, I assumed that surely the original video will be getting more views as a result of all these reaction videos.

    我想和很多人一樣,我認為由於所有這些反應視頻的出現,原始視頻肯定會得到更多的瀏覽。

  • But if you look at the statistics since the first episode went up in september views have been pretty consistent.

    但如果你看一下統計數字,自9月第一集上映以來,瀏覽量一直很穩定。

  • In fact, they may even be lower than before.

    事實上,它們甚至可能比以前更低。

  • Some people assume that I'm angry to watch these other Youtubers take the entire video and just react to it for a few minutes and I didn't feel angry when it first happened, but I felt a bit weird about it.

    有些人認為我看著其他這些Youtubers把整個視頻拿出來,只是反應了幾分鐘就生氣了,剛開始的時候我並沒有覺得生氣,但我覺得有點奇怪。

  • I mean from my perspective, right?

    我是說從我的角度來看,對嗎?

  • I spent maybe seven days producing the original video.

    我大概花了七天時間製作原始視頻。

  • It took a few days to research and script and plan.

    花了幾天時間來研究、編寫劇本和計劃。

  • Then I had to go out and film it in public and make a complete fucking idiot of myself before sitting down to edit it all together into a dynamic and fun way, which meant basically just use some Brazilian music.

    然後我不得不出去在公共場合拍攝,在坐下來把它編輯成一個動態和有趣的方式之前,把自己變成一個完全該死的白痴,這意味著基本上只是使用一些巴西音樂。

  • Yeah, I never thought the video would do as well as it did, but I was really glad when it sort of took off because it felt like that sort of production process was completely worthwhile.

    是的,我從來沒有想過視頻會做得那麼好,但是當它有點起飛的時候我真的很高興,因為感覺那種製作過程是完全值得的。

  • Now compare that lengthy three stage production process to producing a reaction video.

    現在將這一漫長的三階段製作過程與製作反應視頻相比較。

  • You can literally sit down, watch something for 10 or 15 minutes, edit it in about an hour because they're not that complex and that's it and you get millions of views and so yeah, it could be a little bit of a bitter pill to swallow, but Youtube doesn't reward production value.

    你真的可以坐下來,看10或15分鐘的東西,在大約一個小時內進行編輯,因為它們沒有那麼複雜,就這樣,你得到了數百萬的瀏覽量,所以,是的,這可能是一個有點痛苦的藥丸,但Youtube不獎勵生產價值。

  • It rewards human nature, right?

    它獎勵的是人類的本性,對嗎?

  • Whatever people click on, that's what wins.

    無論人們點擊的是什麼,那就是勝利。

  • And from a creative perspective that can be both depressing but also quite exciting and empowering for a few reasons.

    從創造性的角度來看,這既可能是令人沮喪的,但也是相當令人興奮和有力量的,原因有以下幾點。

  • I remember when I released a documentary about the Fukushima nuclear disaster a few years ago, it was a really tough documentary to produce and I was incredibly proud of it.

    我記得幾年前我發佈了一部關於福島核災難的紀錄片,那是一部非常艱難的紀錄片,我為它感到無比自豪。

  • It's one of the best things I've probably ever made and yet upon release, it was one of the worst performing videos that I've ever made.

    這是我可能做過的最好的東西之一,然而在發佈時,它是我做過的表現最差的視頻之一。

  • I'll be blunt at the time, I was pretty fucking disappointed and disheartened.

    當時我就直言不諱,我很他媽的失望和沮喪。

  • It's sad to think I could have just sat here and made a video called what not to Do in Japan.

    想到我本來可以坐在這裡做一個名為 "在日本不能做什麼 "的視頻,真是令人難過。

  • Again, Part Two definitely don't do this, but then this is Youtube, it's not tv and I won't lie, I will probably be tempted to click on the video that's more provocative and controversial.

    同樣,第二部分肯定不會這樣做,但這是Youtube,它不是電視,而且我不會撒謊,我可能會被誘惑去點擊那些更具挑釁性和爭議性的視頻。

  • Again, it's just human nature.

    同樣,這只是人類的天性。

  • So that's the depressing aspect of it, but on the other hand, it's also quite empowering to know that you only need an idea that people would be interested to watch in order to succeed.

    所以這是令人沮喪的一面,但另一方面,知道你只需要一個人們有興趣觀看的想法就能成功,這也是相當有力量的。

  • You don't even need to film it in 10 80 p.

    你甚至不需要用10個80P來拍攝。

  • 4 80 p.

    4 80 p.

  • That's the level clearly for a topic as sensitive as what not to do in Japan, naturally, people are going to want to hear a japanese perspective.

    這就是水準,顯然對於像在日本不能做什麼這樣敏感的話題,人們自然會想聽聽日本人的觀點。

  • Obviously you want to hear from a native japanese person, not some sleazy british guy with a four K camera and credit where it's due to George, he does discuss the points and add value in his reaction video though, I can't say the same for all of the reaction videos with some notable examples.

    很明顯,你想聽一個日本本地人的意見,而不是一些拿著4K攝影機的骯髒的英國人的意見,這要歸功於喬治,他確實在他的反應視頻中討論了觀點並增加了價值,但我不能說所有的反應視頻都是這樣,有一些明顯的例子。

  • While clearly reaction videos are here to stay.

    雖然很明顯反應視頻是在這裡停留。

  • What I'll say is don't bother reacting to a video unless you have an original thought or point or perspective, don't be tempted to cash in on a trend, do something just for views.

    我要說的是,除非你有原創的思想或觀點或視角,否則不要費心對一個視頻做出反應,不要被誘惑去兌現一個趨勢,做一些只是為了瀏覽的事情。

  • Try and find an original angle to be honest.

    試著找到一個原創的角度,說實話。