Have you ever visited YouTube and been bombarded by suggestions from channels you have absolutely no interest in? Chances are that you have if you’ve ever used the site. These channels can constantly show up as suggested and related regardless of your level of interest in them, but we’re here to help.
There is a rabid fan base out there consuming billions and billions of live video streaming minutes each month. You might have an idea of the site, which draws on average, 45 million unique viewers a month, and you might not. They have grown from a category, into a spin off, into a major Internet video force and they show that when you build it right, as in really, really right, they will come, and continue to come for months and years.
YouTube is experimenting with a new video player size which will dynamically change the player’s dimensions, depending on the size of the user’s browser window. The site is testing the automatic responsive design of the player which means that users won’t need to do a thing.
80% of browsers support HTML5 video technology and Chrome has a 33% share of that market, the biggest piece of the pie compared to others like Firefox and IE9+ which only have a 14% share. On the mobile front iOS and Android account for 8% each of total HTML5 browser installs.
There are plenty of ways to improve your viewing experience on YouTube with a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are a few awesome ones that you may not know about that will help you find, view, and share videos on your terms.
Here’s a whole load of extensions for Firefox that can tailor your YouTube experience exactly how you want it. And what’s more, this isn’t nearly all of the things that you can find on the Firefox Addon Page. So let’s dive in and see what you can do to put the “You” in YouTube.
Sick of the same old YouTube videos and channels getting recommended when you go to YouTube? Well, that’s the beauty of using an open source browser like Firefox or Chrome, there are people out there who think like you do and work to make annoying YouTubers a thing of the past.
LongTail Video just released the update to their longstanding State of HTML5 Video which gives everyone a clear cut, easy to read guide to what parts of the HTML5 <video> tag are supported, by what browser and to what extent. At present, 79% of the …
Oh Microsoft… all those anti-monopoly sanctions quietly end, and you go right back on the attack. This time with Internet Explorer 10 and its Metro version which will not easily support Adobe Flash. I think I smell another anti-competition lawsuit in the making.
While one might think that every Tom, Dick and Harry video player is now HTML5 capable, you'd be wrong. Well, not totally wrong as most are. So here's a list of some of the more popular HTML5 video players.