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Linus Tech Tips Tour | New Workshop & Industry Discussion

  • Published on Apr 8, 2019 veröffentlicht
  • We toured the Linus Tech Tips offices in Surrey, Canada, showing the brand new workshop at Linus Media Group and talking about the old kitchen, ad formats, and more.
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    This office tour walks through the new LTT workshop, the sets, and the writing and sales offices of LMG. While wandering the studio, we also talk about ad sales, Floatplane, and Clip-Share with Linus Sebastian, CEO of Linus Media Group.
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  • Gamers Nexus
    Gamers Nexus  3 years ago +1249

    We showed inside of factories, now it's time to show inside of Clip-Sharers -- that came out wrong. Inside of Clip-Sharer offices!
    Find our factory tour playlist here: clip-share.net/video/LNdwssdrUT4/video.html
    Support GN via the store: store.gamersnexus.net/
    Find Linus Tech Tips here: clip-share.net/user/LinusTechTips

    • Tridiots
      Tridiots Year ago

      @Common_C3nts look someone bought into the April Fool's video.

    • MrLooneyCooney
      MrLooneyCooney 2 years ago

      It's been an awesome ride with all of you guys on youtube and how far you all came . LTT, JayZtwocents, Bitwit, P's H and ofcourse GN ..from the start all of you were many's favorites and still are.
      Amazing what YT has done for you guys and what all of you mean to the community!
      Keep up the great work :)

    • Louis Garbour
      Louis Garbour 2 years ago

      @Linus Tech Tips bruh

    • C
      C 3 years ago

      Really enjoying these studio tours great work GN 😄

    • Crusader1815
      Crusader1815 3 years ago

      Maybe I missed it, but how many square feet does Linus' complex take up?

  • Josie Juice Wilder
    Josie Juice Wilder 3 years ago +1668

    I've watched quite a few linus media group office tours, this is by far the best and most comprehensive yet. Great job Steve and gamers nexus team.

    • RsDefcon
      RsDefcon 3 years ago +8

      The way Steve asks smart open ended questions is lovely and also the way he brought up things was masterful.

    • Daryl B
      Daryl B 3 years ago +8

      ijustine had a good one but it was before all the moving.

    • Grave Flower
      Grave Flower 3 years ago +2

      Did you expect anything less? Honestly the other channels can't match the quality that Steve and GN put out.

    • wobbly sauce
      wobbly sauce 3 years ago

      I think they have been the only other videos I have watched that are not from my sub feed.

    • Luke Strecker
      Luke Strecker 3 years ago +13

      It was very enjoyable. The light-hearted interaction between them is what made it worth watching. Two genuinely awesome guys. Hope to be able to see you all in person at some point at LTT Expo.

  • Niels van der Veer
    Niels van der Veer 3 years ago +2051

    Linus has setup a genuine professional company that makes Clip-Share video's. If that isn't awesome, I don't know what is.

    • Embrace Masculinity
      Embrace Masculinity Year ago

      Well it’s not just for Clip-Share videos but yeah

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago +1

      @Panos Linus addressed this problem when he started to talk about Floatplane. He don't want to be under the mercy of a giant corporation. So while at the moment he's under this platform, he is running a proper company and makes more money than most of us here, so now he's just trying to make a platform of his own to further guarantee his empire's continuation. It's not like people would leave youtube, but millions would join Floatplane just to watch his content. And that would bring others onto the platform as well. So I don't agree with the whole "if youtube stopped existing" deal.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      @SmallTownGamer Just Colton.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      @William Murray Yeah, entrepreneurs don't need degrees, but early on having such does help. Eventually you'll outgrow it, and like many even drop out when they find their niche.

    • Danial Ahmed
      Danial Ahmed 2 years ago +2

      @Panos did you even watch the whole video? He talked about youtube shuttinf them down in this video.

  • Robert D
    Robert D 3 years ago +702

    Linus and his team get a lot of shit, but he really is a leader in the space. And he's trying (through floatplane) to give not only his staff a plan b but also other creators if Clip-Share goes too much further to shit. He seems to be a pretty damn smart guy who has surrounded his self with other smart people. Whether you think he's a sellout or not I think he's done very well and is continuing to further their craft, and the fact that he's honest and trying to make ethical moves when not being forced to also speaks for itself. The state of "capitalism" these days employs basically no consumer protections. As long as you're making as much money as you can, who cares how you do it (at least that's how I see it). So them making an ethical "line in the sand" to me speaks highly of his character.

    • Alexander Mendez
      Alexander Mendez 6 months ago +1

      @Robert D hey it’s been a year you’re welcome

    • TungstenCarbideProjectile
      TungstenCarbideProjectile Year ago

      Don't remember anyone asking for your opinion

    • Zeptom
      Zeptom Year ago

      @The Dark Portal how

    • Robert D
      Robert D 2 years ago +9

      Wow, it's always amazing when Clip-Share stops notifying you of comments on a post that got a lot of attention and then pops one up out of nowhere. Always, always, always, full of bs and trolling. Glad you clowns have been having fun, see you in another year (if that's the will of the algorithm). Later Dbags... Not you, you're cool.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      Yeah and perhaps on Floatplane you wouldn't even need to wear a damn mask, which doesn't stop a virus cos it'll hit your eyes instead etc, so is nothing but virtue signaling.

  • Qorax
    Qorax 3 years ago +378

    Defining the difference between the 'showcase' and 'review', was a very unexpected but very interesting part Linus told about.
    Not just showing a new building, but also talking about things that really matter, I like that.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      Most people don't get the difference. Instead of showcase he should say "paid shilling".

    • Rockman
      Rockman 3 years ago

      @Galaxy TS2 oh, ok, my bad, duuh.. so.... Denis do work there? Orrr??🤔

    • Rockman
      Rockman 3 years ago

      @Galaxy TS2 what, i dont have Dennis "Part". Ew lol, btw what u mean he never really work there?

    • Rockman
      Rockman 3 years ago

      @Galaxy TS2 he outsourced?

    • Rockman
      Rockman 3 years ago +1

      Yep, i was like, showcase? Review? Dennis still works there? Waaat. Jk.

  • Utkarsh Mishra
    Utkarsh Mishra 3 years ago +232

    I've never doubted Linus over anything, been watching him from his kitchen days with outdoor case reviews. He's a good guy, and deserves all the success he has and will have in future.

    • Unostopcard Xd
      Unostopcard Xd Year ago +10

      @Finland Journey Linus has had the same team for many years. The employees that have left LMG haven’t left due to conflict, but because they want to diversify. The fact LMG has a high retention rate speaks immensely to Linus’s character. Linus does act childish and bratty sometimes but he always comes around.

    • bip bong
      bip bong Year ago +15

      @Finland Journey If he could bully people (90lbs toothpick) they probably had it coming

    • Dillon H
      Dillon H 2 years ago +19

      @Finland Journey
      I don't get that vibe from him. People change alot from when they were in school.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      How do you know he's a good guy? You know he was a school bully, so a jerk. I get that vibe off of him still.

  • ShiroiKage009
    ShiroiKage009 3 years ago +1302

    It's interesting the contrast between Steve and others who visited the space. Mainly the relationship with Linus being so casual, but also the apparent attention to the detail and the whole "talking the same language" vibe I'm getting. Oh and the lack of music and aggressive editing makes it flow differently.
    I dunno. I love the vibe of this tour.

    • J D
      J D 6 months ago

      You're right, here in 2022, it's still far and away THE best studio tour video I've watched. I tried to watch the others that popped up on my recommendations, and I just can't stomach it. Nope.
      Steve asks questions like a truly engaged and curious individual (nothing to do with being smart, although it helps). And that's how I just didn't stop watching this video and I didn't even notice there was no weird background music or anything until another commenter mentioned it.

    • In Exile
      In Exile Year ago +2

      Steve asks questions like one company president would ask another - we are just witnesses. I love that

    • Cédric Boucher
      Cédric Boucher 2 years ago

      very true. I love this video

    • Polar1ty
      Polar1ty 2 years ago +11

      True, Steve actually asks such smart questions. When I am, what is in there? He just goes and ask this question 5 minutes later.

    • Bikerchris
      Bikerchris 3 years ago +15

      You are spot on, completely agree and it's a really natural video (rare these days!).

  • ROAM
    ROAM 3 years ago +130

    this is probably the best of the inter-community tours I've seen. the casual, no bs tone is perfect. the behind the scenes look at the building but also at the decision making and process is fascinating. thanks for look behind the curtain.

  • Kevin McKinley-Czup
    Kevin McKinley-Czup 2 years ago +44

    Linus is so genuinely happy hanging out with you in this video instead of being the ball of stress he usually is, and its so damn cute.

  • Colin Macdonald
    Colin Macdonald 3 years ago +64

    The final part where Linus refers to Steve as a saint was very sweet. The way Steve looked genuinely embarrassed reinforced my opinion of him as a genuine person.
    Thanks for your time guys.

    • Sweaty Feet Connoisseur
      Sweaty Feet Connoisseur 2 years ago +9

      @The Dark Portal i want to have the kind of drugs you are taking

    • The Dark Portal
      The Dark Portal 2 years ago +1

      You guys are morons. Keep drinking the cool aid you sheep

  • Benjamin Columbus
    Benjamin Columbus 3 years ago +75

    Linus is an absolute machine, never runs out of ideas for making more content that people will actually watch

    • Vinicius Ribeiro
      Vinicius Ribeiro 3 years ago +13

      @Starstrike true. Quantity is nothing. Quality is the key. And I agree. He is picking the best he can.

    • Starstrike
      Starstrike 3 years ago +14

      @Vinicius Ribeiro Yes, however just adding writers doesn't always give you better content, that's the difference here. Linus is doing such a great job of running and expanding a team of excellence, that they keep producing great, and fun content.

    • Vinicius Ribeiro
      Vinicius Ribeiro 3 years ago +13

      Writers man. That's the key for unstoppable content. That's why he is expanding even further in this area.

  • Jen Soon Ng
    Jen Soon Ng 3 years ago +4891

    You can like both GN and LTT content at the same time, it's actually okay.

    • Drew O.
      Drew O. 2 months ago

      I love both channels!
      I’ve been a fan of Linus for a while now and just recently discovered Gamers Nexus (as in a few minutes ago), along with a few other tech channels!
      It’s mostly because I want to give myself multiple perspectives on certain tech related things, but also because, it’s just cool!
      Everytime I see people dissing Linus, even if it’s for a good reason, It still gets under my skin! Same thing with any creator I like. And I don’t mean general dislike or whatever. I mean people actively spending their time to rain on people’s parades!
      I love Linus’ videos! But I will admit I have felt they haven’t quite offered enough balance in content lately. I don’t detest them by any means, it’s just I needed a few additional creators to get “tech tips” from (pun intended😋)
      Also, I’m really REALLY eager to get into the PC/Laptop building scene, mostly so I can build myself my own personal setup that is 100% just my art and videos! I make animation and while my iPad and MacBook (and iPhone) work great for what I need right now (especially my MacBook) and I don’t plan on replacing any of them, It also doubles as my work computer. And that’s not bad, but I want to have a second laptop and/or pc (maybe a hybrid of both?) that can be JUST for personal projects. I’ll still use my Apple devices for that stuff, but… having a setup that is COMPLETELY dedicated to making art, videos, maybe even games, etc. would be epic! (I’m planning on that laptop being a Framework Laptop due to it’s customizability and repairability, among other awesome things!)
      Anyway, I’m slowly saving up for said laptop and I’m gonna be using all these new channels, from Linus to Nexus, (along with instructions and the like) to help me in my Indie Creator Setup journey!!!

    • Unbound
      Unbound 3 months ago

      I know I could... I just don't. 🤷‍♀️

    • Jacob Farkas
      Jacob Farkas 3 months ago +1

      I like LTT, not Linus though

    • peachierose
      peachierose 3 months ago

      @Multitalent mr droppy hands lmao love how you phrased it

    • Piotr
      Piotr Year ago +1

      @The Holt2ic2 They live for (Clip-Share) drama. Best to ignore said people.

  • AMP Entertainment
    AMP Entertainment 3 years ago +28

    I always love how intelligent and genuine Linus is when he's talking about his work and the industry as a whole.

  • Carlos Ferrari
    Carlos Ferrari 3 years ago +110

    You managed to make LMG looks more professional than they do it themselves in their videos haha

    • Lapis Loaf
      Lapis Loaf 10 months ago

      @Maximo M A lot of people's on screen personas are characatures of themselves.

    • Maximo M
      Maximo M 10 months ago +1

      @Lapis Loaf Yeah, the casual masses happen to be the majority of the viewers and you can see that for yourself by looking at the view numbers.
      Linus knows this perfectly, and that's why most of his videos are scripted so specifically. It's a good strategy. And like I mentioned earlier, him looking dumb is an act for entertainment purposes (except when he drops something for real, which he exaggerates to further his persona). It's an effective act. People really do think he's a goofy fuck.

    • Lapis Loaf
      Lapis Loaf 10 months ago +3

      @Maximo M Short attention span audience? Maybe the casual masses, but my favourite content is the weekly podcast they do

    • Maximo M
      Maximo M Year ago +1

      @Carlos Ferrari This kind of video is not exactly great for Linus' short attention span audience.
      It looks personal and handcrafted (and not machine-y) because it's not very produced, but it is also very long and boring.
      When you're making really short, effective and efficient videos targeted at a wide demographic that tends to have a short attention span, it's hard not to make it look overly produced. Linus managed to do it, though, by using self deprecating humor. Not doing that would result in his videos looking professional, sure, but it'd also make his videos look "less human", so it's a decent trade off.
      To sum it up, Linus making himself look dumb is by design. Without that design, his videos would lose a lot of charm.

    • Carlos Ferrari
      Carlos Ferrari Year ago

      @Doppler Effect fair enough however this Gamers Nexus video is proof it can be well done and not look like a 'mindless machine'.

  • Beroya Beroya
    Beroya Beroya 2 years ago +12

    This is not a studio tour, this is an inspirational story

  • Jora
    Jora 3 years ago +363

    21:22 I don't get how anybody could complain about this. There's nothing better for integrity and legitimacy of your reviews than non-tech sponsors, because obviously, every time your sponsored by a company from the same industry you make videos about, you automatically enter a moral conflict that's damaging your believability, no matter how subtle.
    I'm also very glad Linus takes sponsoring so seriously, that despite the "average consumer" not caring at all, he still is careful about how he makes sponsored content, as to not risk his integrity. It's great to hear that.

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      If only politicians were this way too towards their campaign donators.

    • The Dark Portal
      The Dark Portal 2 years ago +1

      @Adriano the internet fuck up a lot of you.

    • Adriano
      Adriano 2 years ago +4

      @The Dark Portal sure dude, tell yourself that

    • The Dark Portal
      The Dark Portal 2 years ago

      @Linh Za ...and another Liberal that thinks you shouldn't have an opinion...

    • Linh Za
      Linh Za 2 years ago +9

      @The Dark Portal you sounds like you need a psychiatrist. You sound sad and too negative man.

  • natter man
    natter man 3 years ago +1263

    I feel Linus doesn't get enough credit for all he's accomplished... Say what you want about him but this guy knows a lot about a lot of things...I love these 2 guys❤✌

    • Steve Stamoulis
      Steve Stamoulis 11 months ago +1

      @The Dark Portal Now go take 2nd grade English again. "No go away". 🤦

    • Steve Stamoulis
      Steve Stamoulis 11 months ago +1

      @The Dark Portal this is a tech channel it has nothing to do with politics. You republitard.

    • Steve Stamoulis
      Steve Stamoulis 11 months ago +1

      @The Dark Portal I'm sure Linus or Jay will never see your comment or care, but they would laugh at it all the way to the bank. Jealous much?

    • Dillon H
      Dillon H 2 years ago +2

      @The Dark Portal
      Wow, you're so stupid that you don't even know how to wipe you're ass by yourself.

    • The Dark Portal
      The Dark Portal 2 years ago

      @MichalTheMichal ...help wiping my ass...

  • codybroken
    codybroken 3 years ago +42

    Summary: Linus has buckets of cash and he's spending it.
    But seriously, thank you Steve for what amounts to first class journalism.
    Your video is a comprehensive exploration of the LMG operations.

  • Deltree Zero
    Deltree Zero 3 years ago +21

    Steve's zen tempers the extreme energy of Linus, making for the most enjoyable video featuring LMG I have ever seen. Please remain separate, but very occasionally continue to tag team content.

  • The12th Unique
    The12th Unique 2 years ago +6

    Compared to other tours this is the best one I have seen thus far. NO cuts or anything and actually covers everything.

  • Muscleduck
    Muscleduck 3 years ago +34

    I think people actually care a lot about the difference between a spotlight and a review. I think it's admirable that you make this clear distinction between the 2. I never really noticed it consciously until you talked about it though, but it always felt that way subconsciously.
    ALso 'Kingpin, the overclocker'. Like Linus doesn't know who Kingpin is :-)

    • Finland Journey
      Finland Journey 2 years ago

      The reason you didn't make the distinction is cos most don't either. Linus is not using proper vocabulary here. Paid shilling or sponsored by would be far more fitting.

  • HashTagRealName
    HashTagRealName 3 years ago +78

    Conversation at 20:00ish onwards about separation of of editorial and advertising and difference between review and spotlight is great to hear. I agree with the way Linus handles that stuff and if he didn't do that I think their content would be unwatchable to me.

  • Matthew Mason
    Matthew Mason 3 years ago +1

    I really enjoy how close the tech content makers come together to help each other but also make sure their is plenty of friendly competition

  • Schalk van Heerden
    Schalk van Heerden 3 years ago +6

    Great video. Love to see the creators 'community' creating content that pays respect to each other. Looking forward to the LTX cover.

  • Antony Joseph
    Antony Joseph 3 years ago +3

    I like how you took the tour slowly and chatted with Linus, as if you were actually getting a tour instead of jump cuts into each room and the conversation wasn't only about the room itself

  • Ash
    Ash 3 years ago +717

    Linus' business or businesses are really successful but I think what I respect about him most is that he reinvests all the money made. Be it something like this in the form of buying space so their production workflow is easier, or human costs like on their live show he said has all of his staff in a position where they all own their houses. My point being his businesses make money but he doesn't horde it. It's reinvested into the businesses or the people that power them. I have a ton of respect for that. This was so interesting! :)

    • ForeverMasterless
      ForeverMasterless 3 years ago +1

      He honestly seems like a great boss and a wonderful human being.

    • Storm
      Storm 3 years ago +4

      Not only that, but he is fully self invested into it which is so crucial for a real business. I had a boss who has an indie company and he was there in the beginning but when he got reliable people he just up and left. After the reliable people left all hell broke loose because he actually had to work there again. I came back to manage for the summer and I saw him maybe 4 times. That place has so much potential but the boss has so little drive.

    • Ace
      Ace 3 years ago +3

      @Garydean Bell Linus did a live stream explaining your exact question just recently. clip-share.net/video/bHbqzPCE_Pk/video.html

    • Garydean Bell
      Garydean Bell 3 years ago

      What I always wonder is why does LTT have so many employees and such a big workplace? Just making Clip-Share videos? Seems excessive.

    • outsideredge
      outsideredge 3 years ago +12

      Buying all Red cameras and the top notch editing PCs and gear, motorized stand-up tables, the fancy gaming chairs... none of those things are cheap, but those are also things you can justify if you think it'll make the workflow better, easier, more comfortable, etc. The most impressive thing to me is the investments in his people that don't have a business case. That lounge, that LAN gaming setup, that tricked out custom arcade cabinet...I can't think of many bosses who would invest in things like that. But that shows you how much he cares about his people and that he doesn't just view them as cogs in his machine.

  • MicaLovesKPOP
    MicaLovesKPOP 3 years ago +3

    as a regular LTT viewer... I did not expect this would be as interesting as it was! Awesome stuff, thank you both!

  • James Anderson
    James Anderson 3 years ago +9

    Best Linus Media Group tour. Great seeing the open honest chat.

  • Jared Busch
    Jared Busch 3 years ago +202

    Best Linus Tech Tips studio tour ever. There's been several, all lame. Great job guys!

  • Hotrodanimal
    Hotrodanimal 3 years ago

    I absolutely love to see different creators working together. Just another reason this online community is so awesome.

  • Dave Auld
    Dave Auld 3 years ago +202

    That was a very open and honest video that just felt natural. Great to see the different channels getting together.

    • Johnathan Blevins
      Johnathan Blevins 3 years ago +7

      Felt kind of like walking around with them while they shoot the shit

  • Anxiou5Panda
    Anxiou5Panda 2 years ago +1

    This is one the best videos I have ever seen! It goes to show that Clip-Sharers aren't just competing in order to get more subscribers to earn more but some of them are actually friends working together to improve not just the industry but also their viewers' knowledge (and perhaps skills) about something, in this case, technology. Kudos to Steve and Co. as well as to LMG for their great contributions.

  • Jinxbot
    Jinxbot 3 years ago +10

    i just love how down to earth linus is.

  • jctai100
    jctai100 3 years ago

    It's amazing to see Linus' business acumen and the energy level he brings. I hope to have a fraction of his willpower.

  • Nathan
    Nathan 2 years ago

    GN, these "behind the scenes" videos are great. Now I have more admiration for all of you guys. Amazin work, workplace and teams.

  • Karan Vora
    Karan Vora 3 years ago +1455

    Love it when you two guys are together in one video

    • Fearnoid
      Fearnoid 3 years ago +3

      Remove *YOU* from that sentence.

    • Lolzzn12
      Lolzzn12 3 years ago

      They have a cool friendship

    • Vierax
      Vierax 3 years ago +6

      Another Steve's bromance fanfiction to write.

    • Zombie Machinery
      Zombie Machinery 3 years ago +33

      Read that again but without context.

  • iowyyn
    iowyyn 3 years ago

    It's truly great seeing you all work together, the contributions you give each other, the support and backup is profound. Keep up this amazing work Steve and team.

  • LordGardenGnome
    LordGardenGnome 3 years ago

    Really awesome where LTT has come over the years, excited to see what the future continue's to bring

  • dudewtf1776
    dudewtf1776 2 years ago

    Linus I gotta say, I am very impressed how far you've come over the years. It really is amazing.

  • You Sunk My Fishy
    You Sunk My Fishy 3 years ago +15

    This has been the most positive comments section I've seen in a long time. And the video definitely deserved it. My thanks to everyone.

  • KrazIIvan
    KrazIIvan 3 years ago +265

    Linus went from like the back room of a warehouse to literally a state of the art studio. Insane.

    • Brawndo
      Brawndo 3 years ago

      @Catnip Correct I remember him unboxing stuff outside.

    • KrazIIvan
      KrazIIvan 3 years ago +1

      @Catnip See that's what I thought. He worked for basically like Canadian New Egg.

    • Catnip
      Catnip 3 years ago +2

      he actually started in an NCIX carpark lol

    • aohige
      aohige 3 years ago +5

      To be fair, he was already a corporate manager at NCIX so even in his humble youtube beginnings he was decently well off.

    • KrazIIvan
      KrazIIvan 3 years ago

      @scunthorpe He had videos before this? clip-share.net/video/zGJSFTaFJbQ/video.html

  • chris keach
    chris keach 3 years ago

    excellent clip, love Linus's pride in his facilities and general passion for tech. Keep up the great work team!

  • GonePh1shing
    GonePh1shing 3 years ago +1

    Great video guys. I'm always astounded as to how Steve can come up with such great questions, seemingly on the fly sometimes.

  • Jon G
    Jon G 3 years ago +2

    I thought this was going to be a snore of a video, but this turned out to be a really enjoyable watch all the way through.

  • Shaun Hall
    Shaun Hall 3 years ago

    Having a place to do your thing is such a wonderful thing. I'm setting up my art metal studio and I can't wait to get it all together. Thanks for showing your shop and your experiences. I got some good ideas from this.

  • nem tudom
    nem tudom 3 years ago +616

    The camaraderie between you guys is astonishing!

    • Matthew Lowery
      Matthew Lowery 2 years ago +2

      @nem tudom hi every1 im new!!!!!!! *holds up spork* my name is katy but u can call me t3h PeNgU1N oF d00m!!!!!!!! lol…as u can see im very random!!!! thats why i came here, 2 meet random ppl like me ^_^… im 13 years old (im mature 4 my age tho!!) i like 2 watch invader zim w/ my girlfreind (im bi if u dont like it deal w/it) its our favorite tv show!!! bcuz its SOOOO random!!!! shes random 2 of course but i want 2 meet more random ppl =) like they say the more the merrier!!!! lol…neways i hope 2 make alot of freinds here so give me lots of commentses!!!!

    • discostoo
      discostoo 3 years ago

      @Going Dark They're saying they're below average I believe. Their thought processes are different to us normies.

    • Going Dark
      Going Dark 3 years ago

      @Salad Fingers That's very true.. Kind of what I was trying to say I guess. It's easy to feel smart when you're surrounded by idiots.. Being smarter than the people around you can feel isolating but that doesn't mean you're special, it just means you need to find like minded people to spend your time with..

    • Salad Fingers
      Salad Fingers 3 years ago

      @Going Dark To be fair, though, there are more idiots than intelligent people out there. Sometimes you just think that maybe you're above average just for the simple fact that you're fairly intelligent. That or just meeting all the wrong people :P

    • Going Dark
      Going Dark 3 years ago +4

      @nem tudom Oh please 🙄
      ..You aren't nearly as special as you think you are. Your comment about the "way your brain works" sounds a bit conceded to be honest.. I don't think your brain works that differently. I think you're just a fairly intelligent individual in an environment of mostly below average individuals. You are just isolated.. You think you're different because you don't communicate and share intimate information with other intelligent people. If you did, you'd probably find you have more in common with people than you think.
      Not trying to insult you, just pointing it out as advice.. If it makes you feel any better, I have the same issues. It's a symptom of modern technology. Our phones have isolated us and rendered us incapable of normal communicative behavior, leaving us trapped in our heads with our thoughts, it's unhealthy.. Find some friends who aren't idiots and share things with each other. You'd be amazed at how similar we all are..

  • Daft Canuck
    Daft Canuck 2 years ago

    I love that Linus has set this all up so they have a great work environment and so they can all hang out and have fun together. Such an awesome guy.

  • peter shipley
    peter shipley 3 years ago

    Two of my favorite tech tubers, hope we can see more collaborations in the future.

  • Adam the ninja Smith
    Adam the ninja Smith 3 years ago

    Freaking loved this video! Seeing a Steve and a Linus comfortable and wild in their habitat... For real though these collabs are the best! 👍

  • themastercheif
    themastercheif 3 years ago +215

    Linus: "This guy is an absolute saint."
    No he's not, he's Tech *Jesus.*

  • Kieran Gee
    Kieran Gee Year ago

    This is probably my favorite "PC tech video", two people that are completely passionate about what they do. Completely candid too, everything feels so genuine.

  • TJ Sorinake
    TJ Sorinake 3 years ago

    The LMG studio is impressive. Linus has been doing a great job for years now and I wish you guys at Gamers Nexus to succeed like he has. Best of luck!

  • Thomas Bidstrup
    Thomas Bidstrup 3 years ago +1

    This was heart warming! I love how you guys are all pals :)

  • Mayur Arun
    Mayur Arun 3 years ago

    I'm sure Steve learnt a ton at his studio and must have applied stuff to his own. Great video. Missed it that time so watched it now.

  • Drew Prenevost
    Drew Prenevost 3 years ago +1

    I really enjoy this semi-candid content, a lot. 2 smart guys talking about tech business and industry stuff. I love doing this. Thank you for this video. Really, Thank you.

  • Aurélien ETIENNE
    Aurélien ETIENNE 3 years ago

    It's amazing to see how far did they go. From making videos for a hardware store to a full house and then a big studio ... it's also amazing to see that this is only thanks to his talent and the work that he did and that he give to us for free. Make me feel bad not to sub to floatplane ... but well it's only 3$ not that expensive for the quality content that we have

  • dnichl
    dnichl 3 years ago +21

    i don't know why this video made me so happy the whole way through, but it did. thank you guys!

  • 80s gamr
    80s gamr 2 years ago

    It's amazing what a guy making some videos can become. I'm beyond impressed with the business' they you guys create from all of this. Kudos to both you and LTT.

  • theflow3000
    theflow3000 3 years ago

    Im in awe. Absolutely amazing workshop and studio. Im so glad to see you guys (GN & LTT) thriving doing the things you love. Seeing this video made me happy and it motivates me to work towards my own goals and dreams.

  • Julio Jimenez
    Julio Jimenez 3 years ago

    What an in depth tour/interview! You really showed, in Doug Demuro's words, the quirks and features of Linus studio. Super entertaining and informative. I loved it.

  • Benjamin Columbus
    Benjamin Columbus 3 years ago

    So happy they have been able to do well enough that Brandon can keep pushing the envelope with camera and lighting

  • iBoolGuy
    iBoolGuy 3 years ago

    This was really wholesome, exactly what the tech industry needs! Really enjoyed this! :)

  • Martin S
    Martin S 3 years ago +1

    Great video. Love your way of interviewing and the genuine interest.
    Obviously, there's a friendship there. Super relaxed and fun to watch.

  • Ryan Burnett
    Ryan Burnett 3 years ago

    This made me appreciate Linus and his company and YT channels a whole lot more.

  • LookattheBiggerPic
    LookattheBiggerPic 3 years ago

    Both your sets pretty much always look amazing, supporting total focus on the item in question or review! Much thanks for all you do!

  • Ezra
    Ezra 3 years ago

    Amazing work I would love to see guys work together and do news style features like over to you Linus or over to you Steve for the analysis

  • Mark van Velsen Photography
    Mark van Velsen Photography 3 years ago +120

    I absolutely loved this vid... Not for the info or the tour but more the way you did the 'interview / tour'.
    A lot of people in this community would put themselves kinda first but you really are interested and put yourself into the background and leave (in this case) Linus talking. But not just talking... A little more adapted to your level of your channel.
    I really enjoy seeing the respect going both ways.
    Thank you for that and the awesome content you (and Linus) are putting out there. Very much appreciated!
    Greetings from a Dutch Photographer and techjunkie.

    • Gamers Nexus
      Gamers Nexus  3 years ago +12

      Thank you, Mark! We were going for a casual approach to it. So glad people like this format.

  • Real
    Real 3 years ago +1

    Great tour. I love both of your content streams. Two very different platforms covering all of my tech desires

  • The Uncle
    The Uncle 3 years ago

    I love how down to earth these guys are.
    They are disruptors and thought leaders in the tech industry.
    Great video guys.
    Love both of your channels.
    Much love from Philippines.

  • Jai Darling
    Jai Darling 2 years ago

    What an absolute treasure trove of a video! I've always loved behind the scenes videos of films and tv and this really gets to that itch of mine. Incredibly insightful stuff

  • Simonas Petronis
    Simonas Petronis 3 years ago

    It's really amazing seeing where LTT began and where it is now. Linus may have his haters (I once had begun disliking his videos because they are "simple"), but he has great attention to detail, seems to still be passionate about what he does, seems to still be a normal-ish person and not insufferable to be around. His videos may be not as deep as GN's, but they are edutainment - the Top Gear (Clarkson era) of the tech world. And that's good - it attracts people to the tech, teaches them some basics and then they may or may not move on to deeper dive channels - again, like GN.
    GN is doing great as well, good seeing you moving forward and improving things. Good luck to you both and hopefully we see more collaborations.

  • Whisky Lima
    Whisky Lima 3 years ago

    I love the honesty in this video and seeing how you big channels do things behind the scenes is enlightening :)

  • ThatPaulGuy
    ThatPaulGuy 3 years ago

    Amazing to see how the tech community supports each other like this!!

  • Renditionworks
    Renditionworks 3 years ago

    I was so happy to see this video seeing LTT and how things go behind the scenes was so worth it. Thank you Steve !

  • RotoGluOn
    RotoGluOn 2 years ago

    Love you guys, you both are great and complement each other in many ways.
    GL to GN for your growth!

  • Andrew
    Andrew 3 years ago +57

    Wow, that's quite an industry Linus is growing there, hope he enjoys continued success, thanks for the vid!

    • Tsuppi desu!
      Tsuppi desu! 3 years ago

      @zJGnLAU8OAWF6 thats how mafia works

    • Shawn Pitman
      Shawn Pitman 3 years ago +1

      @Sechs0rBecks Would you prefer they do what large corporations do now? Get big to get more money, then stockpile it and use it to influence local governments?

    • zJGnLAU8OAWF6
      zJGnLAU8OAWF6 3 years ago +1

      @Sechs0rBecks that's how businesses works.

    • Sechs0rBecks
      Sechs0rBecks 3 years ago +1

      Getting bigger to make more better videos, to get more money, to get even bigger better videos. A devil's circle. (in german "ein Teufelskreis")

  • Mike Conlin
    Mike Conlin 2 years ago

    I love how you guys realize there is room for everyone. Lets be honest, you know we are watching all the big players anyway.. There is also some up and coming talent out there doing good stuff.. I hope the convention thing takes off... I remember when most of you were working off cardboard boxes...

  • demi5007
    demi5007 3 years ago

    This is a perfect example of how far full blown youtube production as now come. Such a fascinating video and so impressive!

  • Dhysk
    Dhysk 3 years ago

    I for one am really glad to see sponsers and revenue for both channels increasing. I enjoy content from both channels and I want to see good tech voices do well. It's always the vocal minority that complain about "selling out" but I think most of your audience understand a business has to be run. I can also see in reviews, normal content, and in how candid you are about the monetary side; that your integrity is intact.
    So as long as integrity is intact I hope you both sell out. Sell out of stock for merch, and sell out every sponsor spot that you have.

  • B Adventures
    B Adventures 3 years ago

    Enjoyed you both being down to earth and talking shop. So much going on behind the scenes 😎👍

  • Already Reported
    Already Reported 3 years ago +2

    Absolutely adore how excited Linus is about LTX.
    Love yall!

  • Surya V
    Surya V 2 years ago +1

    It was calm and casual and honestly is the best format you guys can possibly have, so do more these kind of collabs

  • Tugboat5000
    Tugboat5000 3 years ago

    I had no idea Linus had such an extensive operation. It's amazing what he has accomplished.

  • Vikram Krishna Srikumar

    Best tour of the LTT studios ever. I like how you can tell it's a GN tour by how you go in depth into things people usually wouldn't like the content mix and office logistics.

  • MMMark
    MMMark 3 years ago +106

    This was a great tour of Linus's brain. Fascinating.

  • David Boucher
    David Boucher 3 years ago

    This... is so awesome to see; I love behind the scenes stuff like this!

  • Rune The Imaginator
    Rune The Imaginator 3 years ago

    This was really interesting and very enjoyable to watch :) Great job, Steve!

  • TL
    TL 2 years ago +2

    How did I miss this one? Wow a lot of work. Amazing collab.

  • Mack 71
    Mack 71 3 years ago

    Cool to see how much work goes into a tech-linked whilst looking high quality as well as fun to shoot.

  • Alejandro López Presa

    Besides the cool look at the office, the talk between you two guys was amazing, lots of insight and interesting stuff discussed!

  • nanogeekpro2
    nanogeekpro2 2 years ago

    Great episode, so proud of you Linus, and you too Steve, love both you guys ;)

  • APupNamedSmokey
    APupNamedSmokey 3 years ago

    Great insight and conversation into the back bone of LTT and just tech channels in general, awesome video! :)

  • Mike Elek
    Mike Elek 3 years ago

    I like that all of the folks who do hardware reviews have a healthy respect for one another. I've often heard one person refer to another respectfully. Rather cool, for sure. Keep up the good work.

  • Thomas Murphy
    Thomas Murphy 3 years ago +99

    I love how he reached his step count on wan show and on this video, both times while not moving.

    • Tabula Rasa
      Tabula Rasa 3 years ago +5

      Just shows how bad the tech still is, lol.
      Gotta wait a few years for it to finally be worth it.

  • JP B
    JP B 3 years ago

    Absolutely fascinating, I had no idea of the scale of setup and behind the scenes

  • Sawta
    Sawta Year ago +1

    The talk about sponsorships and how LMG deals with it day-to-day actually gives a lot of insight into Linus' perspective on the RAID Shadow Legends thing some people got bent out of shape over. Having enough employees to compartmentalize certain aspects of your business is not just efficient, but a logical way of doing business.

  • KeppyKep
    KeppyKep 3 years ago

    Awesome, awesome video. So great to listen to you guys just casually converse, especially the bit about sponsored 'reviews'.
    Love both of your channels.

  • nothlur
    nothlur 3 years ago

    I knew they had a lot of stuff going on in there, but I never realized just how many sets there were and how big and crazy their place is! Crazy how it all started from a single house, LMG's come a long way.

  • Divyjot Minhas
    Divyjot Minhas 3 years ago +52

    A Good studio tour of LMG not done by any of the "i" guys
    This place is bigger than i thought, and the perception of depth you get on the techlinked set for that small an actual distance is really good

    • Divyjot Minhas
      Divyjot Minhas 3 years ago +4

      @Linus Tech Tips i got a reply yay
      Grand master Brandon for president
      The new set that you guys finished working on looks stunning too

    • Linus Tech Tips
      Linus Tech Tips 3 years ago +29

      Thanks. Brandon/Riley/Yvonne worked hard on it :)

    DR ORBIT 3 years ago

    Finally a watchable studio tour, with two knowledgeable people talking about stuff!