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Old 30-12-10, 09:44   #21
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^Actually, the Youtube properties in that comparison are out of date (as I said before), they're now:

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^Actually, the Youtube properties in that comparison are out of date (as I said before), they're now:
But which is better though? Vimeo doesn't seem to have the time limit... Or am i missing something?
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Old 30-12-10, 09:52   #23
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But which is better though? Vimeo doesn't seem to have the time limit... Or am i missing something?
Yeah, I agree, but I still think that Youtube's better because quite a few members (who comment in this forum/contribute to level-building projects) have an account. I suppose I'm just stubborn.
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Yeah, I agree, but I still think that Youtube's better because quite a few members (who comment in this forum/contribute to level-building projects) have an account. I suppose I'm just stubborn.
But don't you agree that it's worth getting a vimeo account? I mean, youtube is so gltichy(imo), they randomly take your sound of saying it's copyright infringement, it ruins quality for most people, it takes longer to upload, etc. Maybe it's just me being a vimeo fan boy but why would you be lazy and stay for that?
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I also think vimeo is better
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We should have a poll.
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Old 30-12-10, 10:32   #27
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Mh.. didn't you see the comparison? YouTube uploading is obviously much better. 2GB per video. Whereas Vimeo allows only a quarter of that per week.
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Mh.. didn't you see the comparison? YouTube uploading is obviously much better. 2GB per video. Whereas Vimeo allows only a quarter of that per week.
Well, youtube has a time limit so it can afford all that. How many tutorials do you think one person plan on uploading in a week? That's more than enough I think.
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As far as I know some users (me for example) don't have the time limit on youtube anymore.
Maybe it's got something to do with how long one already is on YT?
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