Video sharing and uploading have became the best experience over the internet. YouTube is undoubtedly the leading video sharing and video uploading website. YouTube is very strict with it’s Terms and Conditions. What if you want the alternative to YouTube or someday YouTube goes down or if your account is terminated or suspended by YouTube? So,what are the alternatives? Here are the top 7 alternative to YouTube.
Vimeo is rapidly growing video sharing and uploading website founded in 2004. Vimeo have 170 Million monthly viewers from around the world. It features movies, music and easy to search functionality in well categorized manner. Vimeo offers three types of account which are Vimeo Basic (Free), Vimeo Plus and Vimeo Pro. Vimeo Pro plan is well suited for video-editing professionals. You should add Vimeo to the regular video exploring site other than YouTube.
Dailymotion is the France based video sharing and uploading website which was founded in 2004. “Dailymotion attracts 300 million users from around the world, who watch 3.5 billion videos on its player each month” says Dailymotion. Unlike Vimeo, Dailymotion is completely free. Dailymotion have video monetization program and it has a easy approval steps than YouTube. It limits the the file size to 2 GB and video-length to 60 min but this doesn’t seems to be a big trouble.
Veoh is subsidiary of Qlipso, which is the Israel based startup. Veoh attracts nearly 15 Million visitors per month. Veoh is the premier online movies watch provider. It allows you to upload video of any length with hundreds of format accepted. Veoh is completely free to use.
Crackle is owned by the Sony Pictures Entertainment. Crackle serves you the collection of Hollywood Movies, TV channels and TV shows. It works as both the channel as well as a web. It features Action, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Horror and Sci-fi as the key genres. Crackle has your favorite movies, hit TV series and can’t-miss originals you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you’re a comedy, action or drama addict, with fresh daily programming there’s always something new to stream. Says Crackle.
Metacafe is the video-sharing website with million of videos in short-form entertainment. It is mainly categorized as movies, video games, sports, music and TV. It have 40 Million visitors from around the world.
The Open Video Project is sponsored and developed by Interaction Design Laboratory at University of North Carolina. This project is mainly focused on areas related to digital video. It is mainly used by the researchers and is intended to use for the testing purpose. It has great collection of old videos including archive of NASA.
LiveLeak is the British video-sharing website that allows you to upload or watch the controversial videos but with sufficient information. It is strict with the rules and guidelines must be followed. It mainly contains the leaked graphical videos.
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