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||[Feb. 27th, 2009|01:23 pm]
I have a New Moon video to the song "Haunted" by Kelly Clarkson. I even wrote in the vid description Song: "Haunted" - Kelly Clarkson. And every other comment is omg, i lv dis song. whose it by? After about 50 people asking me that and other people asking me the same questions over and over again like Where did you get the New Moon movie? Are you serious? So I have a FAQ section at the bottom of the vid description and at the top, before it's cut off by the More info link, it says in all caps IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, JUST READ THE DESCRIPTION. THEY'RE MOST LIKELY ALREADY ANSWERED! And yet, I still have 20 people a day asking what song I used or what program I used. Now, I just reply with Please read the
fucking description !!!!! I finally got fed up and put a video annotation at the very beginning of the video that simply says "Song: Haunted by Kelly Clarkson." So far, no one has asked me.
But just today, someone asked a question that deserves a gold medal. I have a tutorial on how to do a certain effect in Sony Vegas. The video just shows the effect and in the vid description is the link to the tutorial. Someone commented with something along the lines of "so, how do I do this effect in Vegas?" *facepalm* I replied, "the link is in the vid description.
Really? Honestly? Has this generation gotten so lazy that we, as a society, cannot move our index finger a few inches to the right, lift and drop it on the mouse? Why do people insist on wasting both our times by asking stupid questions that are already answered?
TL;DR - Just read the video description. Your question is already answered!