Vei vtuber。 If you ever wonder what is japanese equivalent to the English translated clips meet this dedicated VeiBae clipper/translator for japanese audience : VirtualYoutubers

When JP viewers discover an EN vtuber, what it looks like from the receiving end : VirtualYoutubers

It's okay to bring people up when they are relevant, but you aren't supposed to say things like "X is doing this right now! I somehow doubt that those who spam "English gang rise up and dab on the Japanese" and the likes are frequent visitors of this place. And I think its entirely reasonable for western viewers to be confused by this rule. I agree that we shouldn't draw conclusions without knowing what actually was said. Vtuber might also feel uncomfortable when watch the chat goes off-topic. EN chat would be staying on topic and having fun yet somebody had to go "Don't flood the chat with English please". Maybe a "DON'T LISTEN TO THE TROLLS AND HATERS. So in your eyes anyone talking with another viewer in chat doesn't care about VTuber he is watching and is ruining enjoyment for everyone. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit: subreddit find submissions in "subreddit" author: username find submissions by "username" site: example. Someone tells people to not flood chat with English, even if it's on topic and polite, and it eventually breaks down in to a worse situation that really does need active moderating, until people cool off. Yeah, it's because there are new users every day, so not everyone will learn the same lessons at the same time. Minor correction, but those Japanese 8bitdrummer videos usually aren't subtitled. The rule to not talk to each other could be from the NicoNico streaming era, what with the floating chat on the screen if people kept talking to each other then the floating chat will just be their conversation instead of any interaction with the streamer. However Japanese streamer attitude views chat differently. また、veibae本人公認のEngine氏の他、stream clips氏やツイクリップ氏が日本語字幕を付けたハイライト動画を投稿している。 Individual streamer definitely impact the culture in their own chat. veib aeさんはライブストリーミング配信プラットフォームである twitchにて主にゲームの実況動画を発信している方ですが、 「 Shinjiさんの翻訳動画」という、海外のインフルエンサーやゲーム実況者を紹介するYoutubeチャンネルで紹介されて以来、日本人にからの人気が急上昇しました。 Yeah, I don't quite understand the concept of chats in a foreign language being disruptive whatsoever to begin with. I think this comes down to Pika excellent english that allows her to connect with both JP and EN communities in her chat. The Japanese viewers could simply count on the VTubers themselves to deal with rule breakers Not trying to imply that they don't ever police themselves since that's just how things have always worked for them. For sure. com" url: text search for "text" in url selftext: text search for "text" in self post contents self:yes or self:no include or exclude self posts nsfw:yes or nsfw:no include or exclude results marked as NSFW e. So I know there lot of towa fans so I am going to be blunt here but know I love you all. Banner artwork taken from First off, this is not a drama post. そんなveibaeさんですが、やはり中の人というのが気になりますよね。 Back on old forums and bbs there was a old saying of "let mods, moderate". This then encourages some sort of twisted sense of responsibility for those that are aware of the rules. Now maybe EN viewers can chill with the cringy over-policing? Honestly I feel if Towa also could communicate well in english her chat would be similar. It would make us look stupid, or worse, maliciously spreading false information. The rules are there to ensure everyone can enjoy the stream regardless of which country they are from. It's not a real thing, they just set a scheduled livestream for far in the future to create a page where people can chat in the comments. ", plastered in big fonts whenever someone opens up a web browser for the first time. Avoid talking about the people behind the avatars. The comments on scheduled streams are open even before the stream actually goes live. If you don't like the rules, you are free to unsub and find other Vtubers to watch. また日本好きであり、わずかに日本語を話すものの彼女自身はほとんど日本語を読むことができない。 特徴 可憐な容姿、可愛い声、そして頻発するスラングが特徴。 Both Towa and Pikamee are both wonderful, friendly, and kind vtuber who should in theory attract same kind of viewers and I have seen overlap between towa and pika viewers. All posts needs to be related to the Virtual Youtuber-topic! Don't Talk among each other, comments should only be directed at the vtuber• No Stolen Works! So here the problem, when someone points out someone else breaking rules or any kind of self policing. What lessons can we learn from this? And the cycle will never end as long as there are newcomers to the scene and bullies and trolls around which will be forever. There are people who really dislike watching the chat goes unnecessary off-topic especially those who want to react to Vtuber via chat , which it might result to people not watching or unsub the Vtuber even though it is not Vtuber's fault. I remember while Choco was streaming GTA V it would happen occasionally. General Recommendations when it comes to Interacting with VTubers:• They simply can't grasp the idea that they shouldn't chat among themselves, or how it might translate to them being disrespectful. subreddit:aww site:imgur. So, ah thanks for sharing a new vtuber for me to watch. Some JP viewers took this to mean a hard "no nihongo in the chat" rule and started policing the other JP sound familiar? I think what mostly bothers me about these sort of things in terms of vtuber is based on existing rules, that basically every vtuber uses. Of course not every community has to be the same, and Towa EN community talking among themselves and being slightly abrasive isn't inherently bad in itself. Both with the streamer and chat. Everyone is quite supportive and there very few negative comments. Both Vei and her EN audience were excited about the new viewers, and there were many hilarious attempts at communication through google translate from both sides in the coming streams. But the fact is not everyone could do that. I'm really getting tired of some people using the Japanese chat to shit on how bad the English chat is in comparison, but there is almost always room for improvement, especially with language barrier being a real problem. Just to avoid too much fanart spam. As interactions really isn't as important for western streamers. If you want to talk directly to a vtuber, that is what their live streams are for. " or "You should stream with X! Seems quite harsh to me. So it's like creating a chatroom for their fans without any actual stream to go along with it since they'll just cancel or reschedule it before the actual date arrives, many years in the future. Today instead of her planned Dark Souls stream she did. Please do not post content such stolen transcripts for subtitled videos and such. Vtubers often will set up stream announcement years in advance, these will act as chat room. Not only are they directly breaking rule about engaging in bad comments, but they also are breaking the rule of interacting with others in chat. しかし配信中には翻訳サイトを駆使し日本語を用いた投げ銭への返答などを行う。 Hey! Even I who had no clue of who she is got a little teary. Altho helpful discussion tend to be accepted more, like a new viewer asking what is going on in stream and someone explaining to them. Keep in mind that most V-tubers aren't well versed in English. その反面、彼女が席を外した際には日本語のコメントで溢れかえる現象が起きることも。

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When JP viewers discover an EN vtuber, what it looks like from the receiving end : VirtualYoutubers

twitchのコメント欄も日本人がかなり増えており、みていて面白いです笑 最近だと日本人に対して海外の絵文字のようなものを解説するようなこともしていたようです笑 動画として、もちろんtwitchで配信される動画もみて欲しいのですが、結構長めの動画が多いので個人的には「shinjiさんの翻訳動画」でみるのがおすすめです!. Pikamee chat is almost entirely positive. そのせいか日本人視聴者が多いにも関わらずほぼ全てのコメントが英語によるものである。 I don't usually type in chat. Rules:• A streamer may pick out 1 or 2 things chat talking about but chat mainly just entertains itself. 活動内容 ゲーム実況を主としており、、グランド・セフト・オート、龍が如く、ラストオブアス、NUN MASSACRAなど幅広いゲームをプレイしている。 Missing out on any level of group reaction takes too much away from the experience, and shitposting and all as well is a part of the experience. This resulted in a lot of blame and nasty comments from JP viewers at Shinji, saying that he had ruined the stream for Vei and her EN audience who were completely oblivious to all this going on by attracting so many JP speaking viewers. 日本人が好きそうな可愛らしい二次元キャラクターのvtuberで、しかも声がかわいいとのこと。 This happens on every stream regardless of culture whether it's Vtubers or Twitch streamers. It's pretty funny to see this happen to JP viewers which means that both fanbases suffer from this problem. Please get along with each other! A couple days ago, JP youtuber , who subs and clips english language streamers for a JP audience, started covering EN vtuber on his channel. You pretty much ruin's everyone's enjoyment. It pretty rare to ever see chatter among viewers, everything is actively talking to Pika. " [Chat Rules] Aqua Crew, please remember these basic rules and have fun! Now it does look like misunderstandings are being cleared up, and there is an outpouring of support for Shinji. The clips proved popular and JP viewers began attending her livestreams on twitch. For western stream culture chat exists for viewers to chat to each other. That is what I personally like about smaller channels, most of the time they have a much more chill and positive vibe as the chat is at a readable pace. If your intent is to jump in and start pointing fingers, please quit reading past this point. They view chat primary function is to talk directly to the streamer. Don't bring up other streamers unless I mention them first. FFS these people act like the presence of English fans is a massive burden even if we're following all the rules. However general stream behavior is fairly different. Where you can more usually feel like interacting with the streamer. If the reality is not everyone has Pikamee's capability to address this early on, we could only hope to improve ourselves not by policing during streams, but by learning and reflecting from posts like these outside of streams. イギリス出身。 Some time ago someone shared a stream of Pikamee explaining to her viewers some rules that she has, in both English and Japanese of course, and that's exactly how a VTuber could properly establish the chat culture that they want. She able to directly commuicate her angel like positivity which influences how her chat behaves. There's a reason vtubers have a rule to ignore and not engage with trolls. So when you want to chat with other viewers, you go into these chat rooms. She handled pretty well for the situation. If they wanted to be ignored by chat they could just become a youtuber instead. Honestly I don't blame the confusion. Hopefully there is nothing but good feels going forward. Both styles are entirely fine and reasonable, just different. Even if two or more streamers happen to be playing together, talking about any stream other than the one you are watching is still considered rude Click one of these flairs to see specific types of posts:• In Japanese. But then again, this subreddit hardly represents the entire English chat. They really value interactions between Streamer and Chat. Something for all of us to think about. It's like you ignoring them. The results are still shitty, these people still shouldn't have done it, but the process is slightly different, because there aren't any moderators specifically for English viewers to begin with. People discussing or even arguing among each other. We're here for the VTubers and the things they present to us, not meddle with the life of the entertainer behind it. Yeah, I wish people would settle down over attempting to moderate for a vtuber who likely already has someone doing that for them. I asked precisely because I'd like to understand why such rules are in place or where they originate from and I don't think everything Japanese do differently should just be explained with "This is the Japanese way". And language as a barrier impacts this. If you are not sure what or who they are, take a look at some of the more popular ones down here:• But I have seen some similar stuff in EN side as well, where the chat goes nutso with policing and it resulted in a mostly dead or uninteresting chat• A good example is comparing Towa chat with Pikamee. This brought up other issues like JP using memes like inmu that they thought would tarnish the image of Japan and started a fight among the JP viewers which Vei and her EN audience were completely oblivious to. 省略してヴェイ Vei と呼ばれることも。 No excess chit-chat with other viewers before the stream. You've heard of those new and awesome content creators called "Virtual Youtubers"? Just so you know, this is the place to discuss and talk about about them! Firstly, if you don't actually know what vtubers and their primary audience think about us, don't form your own conclusions and act on them. 概要 英語圏のVtuberの一人であり、主にを活動の拠点としている他、YouTubeにも動画を投稿している。

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It's mainly because:•。 Be mindful that V-tuber chat culture is not the same as Twitch chat culture. If anyone tries to start something, ignore them. So any action of moderation and self policing has a worst impact on the community then the comment you are trying to respond to. Feels like the Internet needs a tutorial before a new user starts going about and getting offended because of trolls or simple miscommunication. Ignore bad comments, dont engage in comments that are nasty or break rules. com dog Welcome! I agree, but one has to consider that the VTubers fever within the English community is still quite new, and the concept of these rules are yet to be properly established, unlike the Japanese viewers who are already used to the VTubers chat culture. Chat culture is always determined on the streamer itself and what they do and don't allow and whether or not they actually enforce it. But because she cant, she has little actual influence in how her EN community develops. Vei and her EN audience have made it very clear that the JP viewers are welcome and the JP in the chat are genuinely remorseful over what happened. Maximum of two fanart posts per day per user! It is a real rule. As the JP audience got larger, Vei made a suggestion that direct communication with her might be easier if the JP viewers would try to translate to english from their end instead of her having to pause what she was doing to decipher JP comments with google. Secondly, policing and fighting is infinitely more disruptive than the occasional shitposter. You are here to watch and react to a Vtuber's livestream, not making it a chat room when there are other places like Discord and free chat room in their own channel has exist for you to do that. So what happen is by trying to dicipline someone for breaking 1 rule, you end up breaking 2 yourself. Chat is used strictly for interactions between the viewer and the streamer, about what is happening in the stream at the time. Generally the Japanese text is explaining stuff about the videos. Streamer wants to be able to look at chat and see people talking to them, and not see a conversation thats happening between users. A mix of positive and negative comments. English viewers getting unnecessarily regulated by themselves is certainly problematic, but it doesn't mean they're always perfect. Please refrain from trying to interact with other viewers, or talking about things unrelated to the stream you are watching. Keep comments relevant to the stream! Are you here to watching a Vtuber do something or just find some place to hang out with friends and care less about what Vtuber talk about or do? Also, don't bother other streamers with, "Hey, guess what Aqua's doing! OH AND DON'T BE A TROLL TOO. 2020年5月3日に日本のYouTuber、Shinji氏の動画で紹介されたのち人気が爆発。 I think the problem really comes from both sides. Shinji was understandably upset, and announced he would be taking a hiatus from youtube. It really just becomes a self fulfilling prophecy in their minds. I would even suggest that there are many who aren't even aware of the fact that a lot of VTubers set up rules, since they're written in the description. Although it seems like whoever writes them comes up with "creative" interpretations sometimes, which I think are supposed to be tongue-in-cheek, but I'm not sure. 他にも、翻訳サイトで変換しながら話す、Twitch配信でよく用いられるスラングについて解説するなど新しく彼女の配信へきた日本人視聴者に向けた配信を行うこともある。 Stop acting like we're trespassing on holy ground. In the end, maybe we should understand the Japanese culture and be respectful about it. Honestly this is a lesson that existed decades before vtubers. Play nice: Don't be mean or harass others! Towa chat while is supportive is also abraisive. " or "You should stream with X! Use it sparingly and keep your messages as simple as possible. By acting as a moderator yourself, you are insulting everyone saying they aren't doing their jobs. They see some English viewers breaking the rules, yet they also know VTubers themselves can't regulate these people since most of them don't understand English, so they felt even more of a need to do it themselves. At most, I'd type lol once in a while. For reference, here are the rules from Aqua's description emoji included. The fact is, if most streamers don't want a toxic foreign chat then its their responsibility to find moderators who understand the language, even though it's difficult to do since they don't understand the language. I'm the type who watch streams silently. また、ほぼ毎日配信しており、配信時刻は日本時刻のおよそ22:00頃から開始が多く深夜配信が主となっている。 各種外部リンク 関連項目 関連記事 親記事. 名前の読み方は「ヴェイべ」。 It seems every modern media era had problem with complainers, trolls and gate keepers making unnecessary drama. Also, don't be reluctant of posting your OCs here and more western-type VTuber content, just because there's a predominate asian VTuber presence here! Vei heard about what had happened and was shocked and upset. その可愛さは多くの日本人の琴線に触れ、英語圏のvtuberながら多数の日本人ファンを持つ。 There is also something like this might happen. ポーランドとのハーフである。

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com find submissions from "example. Btw, is there any drama between English viewers because you are showing us what happened with Japanese viewers. If you're popular, the chat goes haywire regardless so who really cares, and if you're not, then it's not hard to read the messages you can read in the middle. They made baseless assumptions that the JP audience was unwelcome, that EN viewers were angry that Vei was being "stolen" and was spending too much time interacting with JP viewers instead of them they weren't , and fingers were pointed every which way as to who was to blame for "ruining" Vei's streams. 海外のVtuber、 vaibaeさんに注目が集まっています。 But then again lol this imploded strictly within the JP community. 日本人同士のコミュニケーションの為ライブ中の日本語チャットを許可しているが前述の通りvei本人は日本語がほとんど読めないので、もし何かしら読んで欲しいコメントをする場合はGoogle翻訳等でも良いので英訳する事を推奨している。 because it should. If something is against the rules, it will be delt with. そんな姿、声でカタコトの日本語を喋っている様子が人気の秘密のようです。 。 。 。 。

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