Hi @CleanCut thank you for sharing this Video.
Before I give you some feedback I would like to know which tool are you using for capturing and changing syntax color, highlighting and gray out?
First, I want to talk about the things I find very good and all in all you made a good job!
Your voice is clear and the speed is fine, even with 1.25 or 1.5 speed and for me, as a non-native speaker, this was well good understandable.
I like the syntax samples, highlighting and focus.
Second, I ask myself what kind of audience is this intended to?
There is a lot of information about the Language and for an audience who would like to know more of the inside of the language e.g. someone who would read and fly over parts of “The Book”. For someone who is curious about Rust and the details, this Video is good for and you could publish it. I would recommend it.
If your audience is new to Rust and maybe hear the first time about, Id would recommend focusing on the parts of Rust that make it unique.
As you did in the first 11:23 minutes.(Cargo, compiling and error handling)
From 11: 24 to 25:45 there is much useful information but maybe too much for someone who hears the firsts time about Rust or is not a programmer.
These are in my opinin the other parts that make Rust special:
The following talks maybe go to deep into detail for your audience but
there you can get some inspiration.
If you do not already know here are three talks I like to recommend.
Keynote - Rust: confident, productive systems programming by Aaron Turon
Emily Dunham - Keynote: Spreading The Rust from minute 8:47
Intro to the Rust programming language
All that written out this is only my opinion and my five cents,
is wish you much luck and fun with your talk and keep up your good work.