I started a series of video tutorials aimed to help beginners in hacking FF6. So far I've done one video covering the basic of YY-CHR, one covering compressed graphics (with PeerSpriteViewer) and two covering event code. I plan to continue the event tutorial and ending up eventually covering most of the ~240 event commands. I'm trying to do small edits that have a visual impact to not discourage beginners and show them we can have a nice result with an (hopefully) organized way of working.
I'll also do an xkas 101 tutorial because I see too much people still editing lengthy ASM code with a hex editor, which is counter productive if you don't know the general use opcodes by heart. I know some people prefer coding in raw hex but I think an assembler simplifies the life by removing a layer of headscratching
I'm French-Canadian so I have a heavy Quebec accent and I struggle a bit to keep a good flow because of live French-English translation in my head, but overall the result is decent I think. I always end up with one or two interrogation point(s) per tutorial, e.g. something more advanced I try to explain but that I'm not 100% sure about but I consider these minor and not a huge drawback considering the rest of the tutorial.
Second event tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV0pCGJDDI8
YY-CHR Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzmQsROaELk
note: OBS monitor caption was not centered in both videos :/