Clyde De Vera (born: September 5, 1998YouTuber who makes GMV (gaming music videos), using songs from independent artists and record labels, such as NEFFEX, Neoni, Riell, Future Generation and CloudKid. He currently has a team of highly enterprising video editors that markets and promotes quality-edited GMV contents onto the channel. To this day, JackersEdit is one of the leading GMV channels that inspires thousands of viewers in the community of YouTube.), better known online as JackersEdit, is a British
Clyde was twelve years old when he uploaded his first video on YouTube in late 2011, with the help of his childhood friend who showed him how to make videos using HyperCam 2 and Windows Movie Maker.
It wasn't long until his first channel got terminated for violating the YouTube policy, he then started a new channel formerly known as MasqueradeJacker from 2012 to 2016, making all sorts of videos ranging from GMVs, gameplays, funny moments, tutorials and vlogs.
By May 2017, his title was now JackersEdit and he started to upload GMV contents on a weekly basis. After a couple of months, he realised how his channel grew much faster than ever when he was consistent with his uploads. Because of this, Clyde came up with an idea to reupload other GMV creators' work with their permission, in exchange of publicity from his growing audience. Thus the "Get Paid & Get Promoted" program was launched in August 2018.
But this business model had a flaw, in May 2019 Clyde was kicked out of the YouTube Partnership Program, causing his channel to get demonetized due to breaking YouTube's reused content policy. Clyde had to delete over 300+ videos in total from his channel in February 2020, resulting in him shutting down the "Get Paid & Get Promoted" program and crippling his potential growth. A month later, he got back into the YouTube Partnership Program.
During lockdown in May 2020, he launched a new service for GMV creators "Jacker's GMV Promotions", a successor to the old "Get Paid & Get Promoted" program, where he would promote GMV creators through his community posts instead of reuploading their work, this time it aligned with YouTube's policies. He would also form a team of highly talented editors to make videos for his channel in exchange for payments. This ultimately allowed creators to earn money for making GMVs!
Clyde finally surpassed 100k subscribers in November 2020 and received his silver award in December, he did an unboxing video that can be found in his vlog channel.
By having a powerful computer, it can really improve workflow and save a lot of time for video editing.
Custom/Prebuilt: Alienware Aurora R12
CPU: 11th Gen Intel Core i7 11700KF 3.60GHz + AIO Liquid Cooling
GPU: Dell Nvidia RTX 3090 24GB GDDR6X
RAM: 32GB HyperX Fury DDR4 3000MHz
PSU: 1000W 80+ Gold Modular
Storage: Samsung 980 Pro 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe (Read 7000MB/s & Write 5000MB/s) + Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SATA SSD (Read 550MB/s & Write 520MB/s)
Monitor: Alienware AW2521H 1920x1080 25inch 360Hz
Keyboard: Alienware AW510K
Mouse: Razer Viper 8000Hz
Microphone: Logitech Blue Yeti + Blue Compass boom arm + shock mount + pop filter
YouTube was the only source of income Clyde had in 2019, he couldn't rely on it because of how his channel got demonetized in the past. It wasn't until July 2020 when the stock market was down, Clyde took this opportunity to invest on individual stocks. The brokerage he uses is Trading 212. He's been recording his trades and archiving them mostly on his Instagram to show the progress in becoming profitable.
In August 2021, Clyde ventured into mining cryptocurrencies. He began using Nicehash Quickminer as the tool to mine the most profitable coin, but later transitioned to NBMiner as he acquired more graphics cards.
Nowadays he is still managing and creating GMVs in one of the most prominent GMV channels on YouTube, whilst continuing to invest in stocks and crypto assets. If you would like to learn more about Clyde, he releases a Q&A video at the end of each year on the channel!
JackersEdit has a vlog channel that sometimes shows up on his YouTube stories. Highly influenced by his teacher Arash Zepar Dibazar, he focuses on personal development, teaching his audience ways to improve their communication skills through strategies, stories, and real-life experiences.