Is thare a web sight like YouTube? ?
- 3 weeks ago
There are a number of them, but not with as good content or traffic to video.
DailyMotion = old time French rival to YouTube, tends to work slower, more fussy about upload formats, less notable stars (though came across an old abandoned channel on there from Casey Neistat). One of the few others that have apps available for viewing on Consoles + Smart TV apps + Plugin support for embedding on websites.
Fair bit of Ripped off content on there re-uploaded from YouTube.
Vimeo = Also has a degree of support for website plugins, Consoles + Smart TV apps. Not sure of anyone on there of note who uses it. Limited upload capacity & storage unless you pay to upgrade your account.
Steemit/DTube = pays a cryptocurrency for using it.... not really any big names using it on a regular basis, though Matt from DemolitionRanch tried it briefly.... also FuriousPete was showing stuff on there for a while.
Bitchute = Mostly full of conspiracy nut jobs, but there are a handful of sane YouTube refugees on there sick of being demonetised with notable users including:
Computing Forever (Irish tech YouTuber who switched to political & social issues), Steven Crowder (Louder with Crowder podcast), Laura Loomer (one of the few places she hasn't been banned), Paul Joseph Watson + a few others.
Twitch = Live-streaming website popular with gamers.... has some stars in their own right on there, and a handful of moderately big YouTubers pop on there occasionally... like I know Matt from DemolitionRanch pops on at least once a month.... Roman Atwood + Brit both have channels on there.... Chase Gilroy (Gilroy Vlogs) also regularly pops on his channel there...... Rob from LunkersTV has a channel, but ain't been on since he moved into his new house... and also Alex Mandel (Howie Mandel's son) has a channel on there, but doesn't appear to have used it for years.
Instagram = better known as a site for posting pictures, it now has a "Instagram TV" video feature which ain't that easy to use 'cos it's set up to use a weird video aspect ratio so it only really works if footage is shot from a Smartphone or tablet (9:16 instead of 16:9 or 4:3 like normal TV & video equipment is set up for)
Facebook = has a "Facebook Creators" where video content creators can set up a Facebook page to run it similar to a YouTube channel.
- DonnaLv 43 weeks ago
No, nothing really similar. But there's other tubes.
- brian 2010Lv 73 weeks ago
The only one I know of is Dailymotion, a French-based site similar to YouTube.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Probably. Possibly more than one.