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Great Alaskan and Boat Building => Announcements => Topic started by: Brian.Dixon on January 02, 2021, 08:46:33 AM

Title: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on January 02, 2021, 08:46:33 AM

It kinda hit me today that with all the videos that people are posting, that it might be a good idea to start a YouTube channel or play list to get them all available in one spot when people search for them ... so far, I know of the following ... if anyone has new links that I'm not listing below, please let me know so I can get them added too - First stab will be done by end of Monday the 4th.  Here's my list so far

- Anthony Lyndaker / Cook Inlet Boats overview of the Great Alaskans, it's lines etc
- Jason Buehler boat flip time-lapse, parts 1 and 2
- Bob in Olympia (RBob) roof and roof painting review
- The ongoing video build blog from Randy Henry in Silverton, Oregon
- The two speed-record (44 mph) videos originally from Adrian P in Gresham, Oregon.
- Dennis Jeffrey's hole-shot video
- Roger B in Spain, hull flip details
- Dan Boccia in Alaska, reviewing his accommodations when they were being built

What else?


Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Rbob on January 02, 2021, 09:09:20 AM
That is a Great idea, and could be added to as people make new videos.
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Grady300 on January 02, 2021, 02:20:51 PM
I think I may have a video of my flip. I will look into it, cool idea!!
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: rhenryinoregon on January 02, 2021, 08:40:22 PM
I think it’s a great idea as well
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Rbob on January 03, 2021, 09:34:06 AM
Just added the flip video on You tube.

Would it be possible for a Sticky for video links for everyone on the forum could have easy access.

https://youtu.be/qbABfr5dOXU (https://youtu.be/qbABfr5dOXU)
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on January 08, 2021, 06:38:56 AM
Just added the flip video on You tube.

Would it be possible for a Sticky for video links for everyone on the forum could have easy access.

https://youtu.be/qbABfr5dOXU (https://youtu.be/qbABfr5dOXU)

Thanks ... I'll be working on it this weekend.  In the mean time, anyone with videos that are posted somewhere ... send me the link.  You can also send me the video itself and I'll upload.  I also want to mirror the videos into the FB page too ...

BD
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: tom e on January 16, 2021, 11:32:47 AM
Brian,  Did you get those video clips you listed on Jan 2 posted?

tom e
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on January 17, 2021, 08:18:53 AM
Brian,  Did you get those video clips you listed on Jan 2 posted?

tom e

Haven't done a darn thing!  Been pretty pressed lately, helping others on various things .. not really getting a weekend to do other stuff.  This weekend's busy too .... sigh
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: tom e on January 17, 2021, 05:53:45 PM
No worries.  te
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on January 25, 2021, 03:12:46 PM

OK ... first stab at a Glacier Boats of Alaska YouTube channel.  The channel currently has 27 videos in it, divided into two playlists (Construction Videos, On the water!)... if YOU have a video, or I missed one or more on YouTube ... please give me a heads up and I'll add it (or them) ...

  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoU7VOZ7B52qNZODxCl5r1A/playlists

Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: json on January 26, 2021, 09:55:19 AM
Brian, for what it's worth, there was a previous "Glacier Boats of Alaska" youtube that has only the 2 videos that djeffrey posted during his build on it, might lead to some confusion down the road...

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=glacier+boats+of+alaska

(the one I am referring to has the green boat/state logo, not the picture of Dan B's boat)
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on January 26, 2021, 11:40:15 AM

Yeah, I noticed that ... wondering how to get rid of it... I must've created it under a different YouTube login and now I can't remember what login that was!
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Mills27 on July 24, 2021, 08:18:51 PM
I’m late to this party, but as a young 20 something year old I saw this thread and have to try and save everyone here some extra work and grief. YouTube allows you to group videos together using a hashtag, for example in the search bar you can look up ‘#speedboatrace’ and you will find a long series of people of no relation 3D printing small toy boats for record times, and the same can be done here. I believe if there were to be an official tag for these boats created and agreed upon it would save Brian a lot of trouble trying to re upload videos all onto one place. It’s such an easier solution I created this account as a long time guest just to try and save people from giving themselves extra work.
Title: Re: YouTube channel for Glacier Boats of Alaska / Great Alaskan
Post by: Brian.Dixon on July 25, 2021, 12:08:03 PM
I’m late to this party, but as a young 20 something year old I saw this thread and have to try and save everyone here some extra work and grief. YouTube allows you to group videos together using a hashtag, for example in the search bar you can look up ‘#speedboatrace’ and you will find a long series of people of no relation 3D printing small toy boats for record times, and the same can be done here. I believe if there were to be an official tag for these boats created and agreed upon it would save Brian a lot of trouble trying to re upload videos all onto one place. It’s such an easier solution I created this account as a long time guest just to try and save people from giving themselves extra work.

I say do both!  The more press the boat gets the better!

#GreatAlaskan