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Old 30-12-10, 02:08   #11
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YouTube doesn't do that anymore as long as you upload something more than 240p quality.

Vimeo dun do any good to us!
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Old 30-12-10, 02:18   #12
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YouTube doesn't do that anymore as long as you upload something more than 240p quality.

Vimeo dun do any good to us!
So? what if we want really high quality videos?
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Old 30-12-10, 02:19   #13
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*Evil eyes both of you*
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I set it as Youtube as there are more people on there. Like I only heard of Vimeo 2 months ago .
If we are really interested, I will set some guidelines of what the video must have in the opening post.
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Old 30-12-10, 02:23   #14
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Should I just delete it then?
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Old 30-12-10, 02:24   #15
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Yes, unless we want the hassle of uploading users' videos onto both sites.
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Old 30-12-10, 08:02   #16
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But in youtube theres often that problems in other countries with the copyright so please don´t add music or something to the videos otherwise I and some members can´t see the videos
Because of that I like vimeo better
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Old 30-12-10, 08:53   #17
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I think vimeo is more geared towards education and it has a better interface than you tube. I dunno, I like it better. Plus it doesn't ruin video quality.
Actually, with the right software, you can upload HD videos on Youtube. Several of mine are HD. If anyone needs someone to re-render their videos in HD, I'm a PM away. EDIT: ^I agree. You can get away with certain music, but most labels make the video unavailable in european countries the most (seriously, of all my videos that infringe on copyright with their music, three are banned in Spain, two in France and all of them are banned in Germany... it's really annoying). Still, I think Youtube's better because quite a few members here have channels, therefore, they'd be more likely to see the vids. (If this vid-tutorial idea goes ahead).
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Old 30-12-10, 09:22   #18
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Vimeo allows longer length also, i think. That means you won't have to break up your videos. http://blog.videohive.net/general/yo...meo-pros-cons/ Check out this article. It's from an unbiased view so i think it should help. IMO, the features that vimeo has is worth creating an account.
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Old 30-12-10, 09:28   #19
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Vimeo allows longer length also, i think. That means you won't have to break up your videos. http://blog.videohive.net/general/yo...meo-pros-cons/ Check out this article. It's from an unbiased view so i think it should help. IMO, the features that vimeo has is worth creating an account.
Really? How long can a Vimeo video be? Youtube videos can be 15 minutes, or under 2GB. As long as it's below 2GB, you can get away with the length (I think). See this video:


(And xRiku89x isn't even in the partner program, as far as I know)
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To tell you the truth, I am at a loss. Where I love the player that Vimeo uses, as well as its “any length goes” policy and the more professional appeal, Youtube lets you do more, and also has the community aspect, if that is what you like. Hopefully you can take all the pros and cons outlined in this article and make an educated decision on where to host your videos… and if that’s too hard and all else fails, you can just host them in both places since they are both free!
That's at the last part of the article.

He also made a comparison pic.
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