Watching the first one; it is clearly coming from a materialist viewpoint, as even while it nods to consciousness being prime, it still sees consciousness coming out of matter, whatever it is, and not the other way around.
Every possible chunk of information exists, including the ones that perfectly describe the moments of consciousness we experience from one moment to the next.
No "chunk" describes the whole. No information is complete. Experience arises in consciousness. Consciousness is prior to all experience, or it could not be perceived as experience.
There are no "states of consciousness," only consciousness alone, in which states are imagined to be. Consciousness never is not. States come and go.
There can be no "moment of consciousness." Consciousness is presence, presence beyond any possibility of interruption. There is no experience outside of presence. A memory of a past experience is present experience, limited through a limited perception, a mental perception that thinks to make time so as to present its idea of a past to present consciousness.
...very complex structures are required for consciousness to exist...
Again, cart before the horse. We are supposed to be a thinking machine before this thing called consciousness is. Consciousness is eternally in the present, and everything arises out of It. We take a finite vantage and everything appears finite.
The video tell us that there exists an infinite "pattern of quantized moments of experience," and this after telling us that time is an illusion. Outside of our notion of time there can be no moments. This can be known by the experience of awareness, which is only aware, only in presence, and not any kind of thing. All the things arise in awareness. If we just take the vantage of present awareness, this is our perceiving.