With James May fully indulging in the life of a YouTuber, he’s become fully accustomed to the ‘sync clap’. This clap enables the editor to lineup the audio and video that’s picked up by the camera, and the audio that’s picked up by an external microphone. Lots of YouTubers, and film members in general, do this to make sure the audio and visuals line up.
By now, James May has done this many, many times. So DriveTribe has put together a ten-minute compilation of him doing exactly that, and weirdly, it’s very entertaining. So if you’ve got a few minutes to spare, sit back and enjoy James May clapping. Come on, it’s not the strangest thing we’ve asked you to do!
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