Maybe I SHOULD add in a video about stab, and overhead attacks as a basic video. Lots of players that come into the game skip the game tutorial and expect it to play like a FPS with left click only. I’m still unsure of whether it is needed or not, because those who are looking up tutorials would probably already know about stabs and overheads. Regardless, it would still probably be a good opportunity to explain the strengths and weaknesses of each type of attack.
Simply mentioning these attacks in any video should be enough of a hint to get a viewer to do more research, without putting those who know the basics off with boring material.
You should think about if you’re trying to target those who want to learn specific new techniques or those who simply want to learn more about the game, but don’t know what exactly they’re looking for. I think it’s possible to do both, but you have to be careful to get the pacing right.
In general I think the shorter and more focused the videos (or video sections) are, the better. That way it’s easy for people to skip over what they know and get to the stuff they want to learn, while also providing a completely new player all the info if they want it. For example, I don’t think rolling stuff like reverse overheads (in detail) into a video about general dragging is a good idea. It’s too much information for the newbie, and a more experienced player will get bored going over basic swing manipulation.
I’ve wanted to make SOME sort of video tutorials for a while now, but lacked the means to do it. Best of luck to you, though. :)