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YouTube is a video website, and the early company was located in San Bruno, California.
The new version of YouTube has significantly enhanced the sharing element. Instead of a bunch of recommended videos, you can go to your personal channel and post a feed. When you enter your personal channel, you can post a feed, and in the video comments, you can even @ others. The most obvious thing is video sharing. When you top a video, Google+, Facebook and Twitter share buttons and the video address pop up directly. If you tap the share button, there are also share buttons for TUMBLR, BLOGGER, MYSPACE, HI5, LINKEDIN, STUMBLEUPON and ORKUT social networking sites, as well as inlay codes and email options.
YouTube has an average of 1 hour of video uploads per second and an average of 350,000 videos per day.
YouTube video uploads support most common video file formats, including AVI, MKV, MOV, MP4, DIVX, FLV and THEORA, MPEG-4, MPEG and WMV. 3GP is also supported, allowing uploaders to use their cell phones to upload videos as well.
YouTube is a free video viewing platform that encourages users to upload original, high-quality content and share their fun with the world. With the addition of social features, YouTube gradually took on the attributes of a community-based product. Despite the failure of the Google+ integration strategy, YouTube has continued to strengthen user relationships and enhance its content drive. In addition, YouTube created an advertising system for users and corporate customers, allowing multiple parties to build a commodity relationship. YouTube's features include: free video upload, free video playback, video commenting and sharing, live video streaming, music upload, playback and sharing, social networking, ad placement, ad share, and more. YouTube's primary users are individuals and businesses around the world who use the video medium to spread, access, and share information, and also include individuals and businesses who produce and share music around it. In total, the YouTube platform has over 2 billion monthly active users. Among all user groups, creators, and regular users are the two main players in YouTube. Creators can create their own video channels, and regular users can follow channels and get content updates after registering and logging in. Currently, there are about 50 million independent YouTube creators worldwide.