I look at the stars just about every night, and sometimes 2 or 3 times a night. And I can tell you for sure the stars move across the sky at night. And they change throughout the year.
During this time of year, and here in Washington state, you will see the Big Dipper appear from the east and go west throughout the night. Where I'm at you will see it in the east at about 9pm and at midnight see it right over head.
And then during the fall you won't see it at all. There will be other starts in its place moving across the sky at night.
So yes, they revolve each day, and there must be an axis that changes throughout the year.
I didn't watch the video in your first post, but assume it's the flat earth theory. If the earth was flat and didn't revolve, there would be no change at all. And that's just not the case. It changes according to the time each night and changes throughout the year. I can tell you about what season it is, and what time it is by looking at the stars. I'm not an expert, but do know the basics for sure.