Watch How to Effectively Sprout Mongo Beans Redux Version 2018
We are in the mood for celebration.
Three days ago, our original video post on How to Sprout Mongo (Mung) Beans breached the 100K views (107,801 as of this posting) on our video channel inMotion in Youtube.
The video has become the pillar of our channel which continuously gather views.
From the start it was posted from July 4, 2014 we did not expect it will get that much attention. It surprised us that up to available stat date of February 25, 2018, the video has amassed total watched time minutes of 442,363 (or 7,372.72 hours) and watch views of 105,062. The popularity of the educational post is worth telling with our jubilation. (I know, it is not viral, but for our small channel, it is a milestone already!)
For the immediate past year of 2017- from January 1 to December 31, 2017, it garnered total watched time minutes of 311,732 (or 5,195.53 hours) and 72,331 views. For the current year beginning January 1, 2018 up until February 25, 2018, the humbled mongo sprouts had been watched 122,214 minutes (or 2,036.9 hours already) with views of 31,116.
For the watched minutes and watch views, we can not thank enough our pals and anonymous followers, with special mention to the first 454 subscribers of the inMotion channel in Youtube.
We also generously share our heartfelt thanks to netizens who shared the video in their regular Youtube channels, YouTube Red, websites, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus and Tumbler accounts. It also found its way in some Linkedin posts, Digg, and Reddit. We are awed and humbled.
To commemorate and mark the occasion, we are releasing a re-edit of the video in the form of “How to Sprout Mongo Beans Redux Edition.”
It is because, for the longest part that the original video was on the inMotion channel, the audio was barely audible as noticed and commented by few viewers and the pacing was very slow, as again, based on a comment.
Video fact: Filming of scenes were done 12 midnight which began on a Monday and ended on a Friday. That’s why voice was restrained a bit and there was low light during the production shoots. One day was added for the harvest scene which was the 6th and a Saturday morning. Can not do harvest on 5th day due it would have taken longer time to wrap the filming which is a regular workday for me. Audio is native, which was recorded too by the camera. We did not do voice over which would have delivered a crisp audio rendition.
We are very receptive to the comments of our viewers and gathered the inspiration to re-edit the orginal video just to come out with an improved output. As part of our tribute, the redux version was reduced by 1 minute and 50 secs still with the whole content intact and in 4K. It is the third video on our channel in 4K edition.
We dedicate the redux version to all these netizens and for others who might benefit from the information.
To share our happy experience, we have rewritten the upcoming updated video being wrapped up on sprouting session with a retrospection approach instead of just showing an updated and new filmed personal version of mongo sprouting project. The video I am referring to should debut on our inMotion channel very soon.
Meanwhile, watch the redux editon on our inMotion channel HERE.
Or watch it below:
[Video file fact: of “How to sprout Mongo beans Redux Version in 4K”
Video: Streams (dependent on the viewer internet connection and gadget capability, look Ma, it’s great to watch on TV!) at 3840 x 2160 at 22,000 kbits/Sec in 29.97 frames/sec
Audio: MPEG4 at 16 bits stereo @ 48 KHZ
Duration: 9 mins 05.52 secs
Total Number of frames: 16,349.23 frames
Total file size: 1,768,232 KB]
And yet, we salute the old video for comparison:
[Video file fact: of “How to sprout Mongo beans”
Video: Streams (dependent on the viewer internet connection) at 1080 x 720p at 22,000 kbits/Sec in 29.97 frames/sec
Audio: MPEG4 at 16 bits @ 48 KHZ
Duration: 10 mins 57 secs
Total Number of frames: approx. 19,690.29 frames
Total file size: 494,131 KB]