Thanks so much for the feedbak! Really!!!this is a interesting one. the other who posted have valid points but there is a but
yes tutorial videos should be straight to the point. as short as possible this is true. its the sort of video someone searches for, watches it and moves on. i think adding a little personality in to the video makes it a bit more interesting. and will make it more likely people will actually subscriber rather than watching it and moving on.
there are many channels that do guides and tutorials but have a bit of fun in them too, i think you get in to the subject matter quick enough.
think of it this way. if you did a 5 minute robot tutorial. you might get a slightly higher retention rate (people won't click off because it goes straight into the tutorial) but you will get a tiny amount of subs
a 6 minute video with a bit of personality and fun might lower your rention rate by a small amount ("wtf man boobs,. i can't wait 20 seconds, i am out!") but i would guarantee you will earn more subs from it. and longer term that nets you more views
i saw go for it mate
as for the content - really really easy to follow. i have never used that program in my life and i am pretty sure i could do it as luke mentioned above. you could probably clean it up a little bit with the umms and dead air. but still really good effort[DOUBLEPOST=1468249815,1468249349][/DOUBLEPOST]i would also like to add that your tags are good but your description sucks balls the description is the second most important part of SEO (check my signature for a guide) you need to add those important tags to your description, something like "in this tutorial i will show you the how to do the camera dolly effect in Imovie, also know as the ken burns effect. hit that subscribe button for lots more editing and special effects hints tips and tricks for Imovie" something like that. use the terms people are searching for and add them into a readable sentance