Well good on you for reading standard notation! I feel like I ought to do it more often, but I just don’t put in the time.
+1 What Larry said… tabledit is the answer. With that said, there are some details that are in the tab that one would need the video to glean the same information. For example, there are quite a few licks where one ends up around the 4th to 7th frets, and I don’t think the standard notation is going to differentiate between an E played on the 5th fret of the B string and the open E string. Then again, if your normally read standard notation, I would guess that wouldn’t be news.
For any who think this might sound odd that some don’t read tab, I ran into the very same with the bass player of the group I play with at a local church. He couldn’t read tab a bit. He could sight read standard notation a performance speed (granted it was a bass line, but still…), he could play with chords charts, I could call out “1 4 1 5 1” and he’d chug right along, but tab stopped him dead in his tracks as he looked at his neck and counted the frets. Tabledit to the rescue!