Just my 2 cents worth: I think it depends on the length of the video and if there is actual hunting audio recorded of natural sounds. On a longer video, intermittent music is good, with some actual hunting audio without music, and music at strategic places. On shorter videos I now tend to do all music. In the past I did some videos without music and after reviewing them now, they seem a bit boring and unexciting.

Most of my videos these days are short, with relatively quick shooting. I generally don’t have the opportunity for coyotes coming to the bait from a distance or of getting footage of them away from the bait site. They just show up suddenly and I seal the deal before they might spook and leave. I think continuous music adds to the excitement in this case, but if I had more footage then I probably would do the movie with intermittent music. Hope this makes sense.