I was pretty sure that this was common knowledge but some magic doesn't work on video. Right? Is this something we all agree on? It goes without saying, there's plenty of magic out there we cannot experience through video. There are lots of tactile illusions, taste illusions, or audio illusions that don't translate well. Then there are those magic effects that use a specific process, that if followed along with, will reveal the trick. I believe this is why Woody Aragon's Love Ritual has been so badly ripped off. A few magicians have seen Justin Flom, Tony Clark, or Penn and Teller do it on TV, they have watched it a few times till they figure out the process and then they call it their own. This is why effects like ID7 by Rick LAX don't show an unedited video. If you saw the video, you'd have the method. Do you think that it's okay that he doesn't post an unedited version of such an effect publicly? Also, I think one thing that people misunderstand is that they feel that a video is somehow less misleading than a written description. Kolassal Killer for instance, it is accurate to describe it as an innovative index, and multiple out system that fits into a normal wallet. In my opinion that gives you more information than a video would. A video performance of this effect can only show you one version of the multiple out. Publishing a video like this can actually be more deceptive than just a written description because a large chunk of the endings are not shown. It would be ridiculous to show all 52 versions of the trick, and even 3 or 4 would probably reveal too much. What do you think about unedited magic performances?