This is the original clip from the YT video at normal speed and with no zoom.
This second video is the same as above except that it is at 25% of the original speed. It is easy to see how this slow motion helps you better see and analyze the movement and steps in involved in this trick.
This third video is the same as above except we have applied a 2-fold zoom. Both slow motion and zooming are applied to make it easier to closely examine the the yoyo as well as the hands and fingers of the person.
This fourth video is slowed even further, to 6.25%. No zoom is applied. Again the value of slow motion for analyzing the motion of the Yoyo, as it is manipulated through each sequence of this trick, is apparent.
Pictures from video:
Video Surgeon allows you to print to paper or to file, one or a series of images. In the example below there are four images which show the progression of steps as this trick is performed. For brevity's sake we have limited this to four, but if you were learning or teaching this trick you might want to have the entire sequence from beginning to end. Click on the thumbnail to see the full sized image.