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    YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    Beta feature allows artists to create videos with user changeable viewing angles.
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    Re: YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    It's amazing

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    Re: YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    I thought this was already announced and implemented (but not really embraced) a good few years back?

    Would be good if it does work out, as so many things would benefit from the viewer controlling the viewing position instead of some annoying cameraman!

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    Re: YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    It's like 90s dvd porn all over again

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    Re: YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    I will say this is quite interesting, as it is I will shows from multiple angles and of course edit for best shots, but I could upload to youtube and let them see it however they like.

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    Re: YouTube experiments with multi-angle video replay

    Would like to see them get HTML5 finished completely and properly, so we can drive another nail in the coffin of Flash. It's not even 0Day exploits anymore - it's more measured in minutes. And their current implementation is still wanting for optimization.

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