For example: This song is not my cup of tea and this style of AMV is one that I really don't care for...and yet....
Can't stand the song, but the AMV is fantastic.
Posted by: Ben at Sun Aug 7 23:44:04 2016 (S4UJw)
I bet he did that on purpose. What better way to make people click than to fill the screen with Mai's ass?
(How does it decide what still frame to show, anyway?)
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Mon Aug 8 01:18:09 2016 (+rSRq)
There were a few worse to use as the freeze frame, but I think it's the maker's choice. If you find it on YouTube, it shows that exact frame.
Posted by: ubu at Mon Aug 8 08:56:58 2016 (SlLGE)
Sometimes uploaders don't even bother with adjusting the identity frame.
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Mon Aug 8 10:40:31 2016 (XOPVE)
Steven, when you upload a video, YouTube shows you three frames. I think they're taken from the 25%, 50%, and 75% marks but I'm not sure. You pick one of them. I've heard people just edit the video so that the frame they want is in one of those positions. Dunno how much effort that is.
Posted by: Rick C at Mon Aug 8 16:49:30 2016 (ECH2/)
You can also upload any still image you want. So he could have done a screencapture and then uploaded the screencap and used it.
Posted by: Ben at Tue Aug 9 13:55:46 2016 (S4UJw)
I didn't know that about the still image, but I've only ever uploaded like 2 videos.
Posted by: Rick C at Tue Aug 9 16:55:35 2016 (ECH2/)
Yeah, jerkwads so that a lot, putting a preview ad of a hot chick over some sketchy video that doesn't include it, just hoping to get you to watch the whole thing for their monetization purposes.
Posted by: Mauser at Wed Aug 10 20:23:39 2016 (5Ktpu)
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