YouTube vs Vimeo

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Amy Gaudia
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YouTube vs Vimeo

Post by Amy Gaudia » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:49 pm

I just discovered what I don't like about Vimeo and I wonder what others think. On Youtube, the suggested videos are based on your previous searches or on what you are currently watching. On Vimeo, I can't figure our how the next video comes up after my video is done playing. With my current post on Vimeo (me playing Làgrima) the video that pops up and plays next is REALLY SICK and gory. It's a bummer...
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Re: YouTube vs Vimeo

Post by Stephen Kenyon » Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:58 pm

I've rarely bothered with Vimeo, it doesn't seem to deliver many views. But the video after yours was a load of flags shown to music by Beethoven, for me...
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Re: YouTube vs Vimeo

Post by cjacoby78 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:51 am

I mainly use vimeo for private stuff and in relation with what they call collections of videos, which can be turned automatically into a web-site with your own CSS (with a pro account). Youtube is for the masses :-)

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