Open up your video and watch it to see how well it turned out. If you find that you have made a mistake, you can use Windows Live Movie Maker to edit the mistake out. If you don't have Windows Live Movie Maker installed in your computer, you can easily download (Windows Live Movie Maker) from the Internet for free. Edit your video as much as you like. Maybe even add music to go along with your video!
The first is that viewer attention spans- and loyalty- are a bitch. I’m even lumping in my own impatience online here; as a user, if I click to watch a tutorial, an ad pops up, and I see a similar tutorial in the “You May Also Like This” feed, I’ll give that one a shot instead. I’m not kidding. I’ve done this twice today. You don’t want to do anything that will cause viewers to lose interest in your video, or worse, to click to a competitor’s video instead.