Anyone who has ever tried to sync up separate video streams knows that the more tracks of video you’re trying to sync, the harder it gets, that’s why the latest video by YouTube user MysteryGuitarMan is so amazing. To create this video he synced up what looks like no less than 12 screens, all playing different YouTube videos to make the song. It took roughly 100 tries to get everything synced properly before they could start, but the end result seems well worth the effort. This is really impressive work.
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